The average temperature high for Phoenix, Arizona in the spring months is 85, 95, and 104 degrees, for April, May, and June 87, 93 and 106 degrees. When you get to July, August and September average high temps are 107, 106 and 101.

It may still be winter, but spring and summer weather is right around the corner (and it doesn’t let up until the fall).

Is your air conditioner ready for the warmer months ahead?

You want your AC to be in optimum shape all year round. To do this, you want to schedule regular maintenance services.

Wondering if you need an AC tune-up for the spring? Keep reading to learn how and when to prepare for a spring AC tune-up.

Preventative Maintenance for Your AC Unit

While you were running your AC full time during the summer, it’s most likely been unused during the colder months.

Now is a great time to check all the various parts of your AC unit to make sure it’s functioning at its best.

A professional technician can spot any minor issues or problems before they become a headache down the line.

If you’re looking for a S.A.F.E. HVAC maintenance program, and you’re in the greater Phoenix area, reach out to the team at Scottsdale Air today at 480-467-3586.

Improve Efficiency

Another reason to have a spring AC tune-up is to improve the efficiency of your AC.

For instance, did you know that changing a dirty filter can decrease your AC’s energy consumption by 5% to 15%?

When to Have a Spring AC Tune-Up?

Wondering how often you should have an AC tune-up? It’s recommended you service your AC annually (the same thing applies to your heating system, so a visit from your trusted HVAC company 2x per year will keep your unit running great year round).

This way, you can extend the life of your air conditioner and check for any issues.

Getting an AC tune-up during the spring season is advisable.

This way, you can make any necessary repairs or changes to your AC unit before the hot summer temperatures arrive.

You don’t want to be in the middle of a heatwave and find out that you’re AC stopped working.

How to Prepare for an AC Tune-Up

Wondering what you can do to prepare for a spring AC tune-up? There are some things you can do to maintain your air conditioner.

You should change your AC filter regularly. You should change the filter at least once every 30-90 days. At least change it before the start of a new season.

However, you might need to change your filter more often than that depending on other factors such as if you have allergies or if you own pets.

Other basic maintenance you can do is to keep the outdoor unit clear from leaves, sticks, twigs, or other items.

When it comes to air conditioner maintenance and tune-ups, you should leave it to the professionals.

By scheduling regular service in the spring, you can have a technician inspect your AC and keep it running efficiently.

Schedule an Appointment for an AC Tune-Up Today

Has it been a while since you had a professional inspect your AC unit? Are you experiencing any issues with your AC? The best maintenance is preventative.

Ready to schedule a spring AC tune-up? Summer will be here soon. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.

Time to schedule your HVAC System Tune-Up? Contact the Surprisingly Affordable HVAC experts at Scottsdale Air Heating & Cooling to get more information here: 480-359-7141 OR request service online.

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