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Is Your AC Ready for Summer? Consider AC Maintenance

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With summer around the corner, even though it already feels like it’s here, it is a good time to start getting your HVAC system ready for warmer weather. Here’s what we don’t want to happen to you — we get a heat wave and you turn the thermostat switch to “cool” and nothing happens. This is why AC maintenance is important to keep up with and Climate Control Company can help with that. 

Consider AC Maintenance Visits from Climate Control Company

Just call Climate Control Company and we’ll be happy to make sure your air conditioning system is ready. Our professionals have been serving Glenwood Springs, Aspen, Vail, and the surrounding area since 1956. We can change those air filters for you and give you peace of mind with an expert AC tune up.

A car is much different than your home’s air conditioner. It’s easy to spot problems like worn out tires. It’s easy to tell when your engine isn’t running right or your transmission is making strange noises. It’s easy enough to know something needs to be fixed. 

The same can’t be said for your HVAC system. Oftentimes it’s not going to give any clues that something is wrong. Only a professional with the proper equipment can determine if your air conditioner is running efficiently and is ready for the upcoming warmer weather. Give us a call today to schedule your AC maintenance visit. 

You know what else we need to get ready for in Western Colorado? Early warm weather can mean an early severe weather season. Unusually warm weather can mix with leftover cold air and produce powerful and damaging storms. It can be anything from early season downpours causing flooding to late season snow and ice storms that can cause widespread power outages.

Now is the time to make sure you have a plan in place. It should include a weather radio to warn of approaching storms. Always remember the safety rules if you are going to use a portable generator. Never run it inside the house or an attached garage. In fact, it should be at least 20 feet away from any doors or windows.

It doesn’t matter if you listen to Pennsylvania’s Punxsutawney Phil, Georgia’s Gen. Beauregard Lee, or Ohio’s Buckeye Chuck, the predictions are not always correct, but Groundhog Day is ALWAYS a reminder it’s time to prepare for the change of seasons.

Our trained technicians at Climate Control Company are always here and ready to help you in any way we can.