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The HVAC system is one of the most important parts of your Zebulon, NC, home. Therefore, it is important that the homeowner knows as much as possible about the system. Understanding your HVAC system can help prevent costly repairs and early replacement.

HVAC Brand Name, Make and Model

A homeowner should understand what kind of HVAC system that is in their home. That includes knowing the name, make and model. With this information, the homeowner can find out more about their system and its maintenance requirements.

System Type & Operation Options

In addition to knowing the name of their system, a homeowner should be familiar with the type of system that is in their home. Types of systems can include traditional central air conditioning and furnace combinations, heat pumps, geothermal systems and mini-ductless systems.

Age

The homeowner needs to know the current age of their system. For instance, if the system is more than 12 to 15 years old, then the system is nearing the end of its lifespan and will need to be replaced in the next couple of years.

Maintenance History & Air Filter Schedule

Knowing the maintenance history and air filter schedule will allow the homeowner to keep the HVAC system at peak performance. The homeowner should keep up with air filter changes quarterly, or as needed, and make sure that the system receives professional, routine maintenance.

Future Maintenance & New System Installation

One of the most important things a homeowner can do for their HVAC unit is to keep up with routine maintenance. A certified HVAC tech can perform HVAC maintenance. Additionally, the homeowner should have an idea when the system needs to be replaced to ensure that there won’t be budget constraints.

Contact Alford Mechanical to schedule routine HVAC service that can help detect and resolve minor issues before they become large repairs. Alford Mechanical technicians hold NATE certification which is the gold standard in the industry.

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