4 Cool Tips for End of Summer AC Maintenance

4 Cool Tips for End of Summer AC Maintenance

Summer is winding down, and that means the end of vacations, back to school shopping, and preparing for cooler temperatures. But have you thought about how hard your air conditioner has worked to keep you and your family cool and comfortable all summer? AC maintenance is essential to keep the cool times going even after summer officially ends — which sometimes seems like never here in Florida!

4 AC Maintenance Tips for End of Summer


Change Air Filter

If you haven’t already, change out your air filter. We can’t stress enough how important this is for your overall AC system and your family’s health.

Clean AC Drain Line

While the sun is shining and the weather’s pleasant, take a moment to check your AC drain line for any clogs.

Clean Ductwork

Even if you’re spending the remaining summer days sunning yourself outdoors, your duct work might need some attention. A good cleaning can ensure you won’t have to worry about it when you’re indoors during the holidays.

AC Maintenance After a Long, Hot Summer

Call an HVAC technician to check your air conditioner for any wear-and-tear it encountered from working so hard to keep you cool throughout the summer. Blair’s Air has the know-how to diagnose and fix any issues before they become major problems.

So, hurry, winter will come before you know it! After you take care of the air conditioner, head outside to take advantage of the final days of summer.

Call Blair’s for Clearwater AC Repair and Maintenance All Year Long

Cool Tips for End of Summer AC Maintenance

A maintenance checkup from the professionals at Blair’s Air can ensure that your home is cool and comfortable this summer. When you join our Preferred Customer Program, you’ll get bi-annual preventative maintenance, priority service, and a 20 percent discount on repairs and more. Call us today at (727) 800-4148, or contact us online for immediate cooling relief without the high expense of summer cooling costs in Clearwater, St. Pete and Tampa Bay.