We know that getting a furnace inspection is probably not the first thing on your mind every day, and it can be an easy thing to put off or forget about. But, it’s not too late in the season to have your furnace inspected. While you’re at it, why not go ahead and combine it with your A/C check so you can have your entire HVAC system inspected at once?

Why A/C and Furnace Inspections are Important

Your HVAC system is no small investment, so it’s important that you take care of it to ensure it has a long life. Not only does an inspection provide system maintenance to keep everything running smoothly, but a qualified HVAC professional can also find potential problems and help you prevent small problems from turning into huge disasters. Regular inspections also keep your system as energy efficient as possible.

What Will an A/C and Furnace Inspection Do for Your Home?

An HVAC inspection will make sure that every component of your A/C and furnace is clean, lubricated and working safely and efficiently. An HVAC professional will also ensure that ductwork is properly sealed and unobstructed and that all safety mechanisms are working properly.

When Should You Schedule an A/C and Furnace Inspection?

It’s recommended that HVAC systems are inspected annually, so you can get ahead of any issues and keep your system running as smoothly and efficiently as possible. That’s why if you still haven’t had your furnace inspected, you might want to go ahead and have your A/C checked, too, so you can be ready for the hot Florida weather when it hits.

It’s also a good idea to have an HVAC inspection done on your home if you’re preparing to sell it, so you can show that your system is in good repair and regularly maintained. If you’re buying a new home, an HVAC system inspection is also a great way to find out about any hidden damage or potential issues before you buy.

Please contact us at Senica Air Conditioning, Inc. for more information about having an A/C and furnace inspection done for your Tampa area home.

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