Spring is in the air, the smell of lilac and honeysuckle everywhere, for some that means allergy season. For most as the weather gets warmer, thoughts will be turning to turning on the air conditioner. There are a few things you need to remember before you do. Let’s take a moment to think back to last fall and the fluffy cotton from the cottonwood trees floating everywhere and the pollens now. What does all this nature talk have to do with your air conditioning?
Your air conditioning system has most likely collected much of that fluffy cotton and pollen; add in a little wind, snow, rain and dust and your system may now be clogged. This can cause many issues, including less cooling capability, increased cooling costs and possible failure of your system, not to mention increased allergens blowing through your home.
This link will give you some helpful hints on how to do basic maintenance and more information on the importance of maintaining your heating and air conditioning systems.
A few tools is all that is required to do simple routine maintenance, however if you aren’t comfortable doing this or your system has been ignored for too long, it would be wise to have a professional do a thorough service on the system. Checking all filters, and refrigerant levels, check electrical connections and do service that requires more than basic simple tools. In many cases your system’s warranty may be void without routine service by a licensed professional.
Fesmire Heating and Air Conditioning is the right choice to call when needing service. Louie Fesmire is a lifetime resident of Pueblo; when you call Fesmire Heating and Air Conditioning you are calling the owner. Louie will service your a/c system or swamp coolers, or he can install a new system using Armstrong Air with a 10 year parts warranty.
Louie is now offering service contracts for your convenience.
Call Pueblo’s own Fesmire Heating and Air Conditioning at 719-240-5109 before turning your system for the summer, serving Pueblo, Pueblo West, Florence, Walsenburg, Rye and Colorado City.