It’s always a wise idea for homeowners to keep their heating and cooling systems checked out regularly and functioning their best no matter what time of year it is. Not being prepared for the hottest temperatures in summer, or the coldest temperatures in winter, can lead to more than just being uncomfortable for some people. Health risks can also be a concern, especially if you have a diabetic in the home, anyone who is sensitive to cold temperatures, or elderly family members. Diabetics alone can’t take too much heat during the summer, as it can pose a risk to their blood sugar levels and cause them to faint or worse. Elderly family members shouldn’t be exposed to too many extreme temperatures, whether they’re hot or cold, to ensure they stay healthy.

Keeping your comfort appliances in check, by hiring an experienced contractor to perform repairs on your Heating and Air Conditioning in Green Bay, WI is always a smart move. Regular servicing every few months or so can ensure that your air conditioning and heating units stay clog free, and more importantly, problem free. Clogs can build up unknowingly, causing more than just an irritation when dealing with them. They can slow your fans down, causing air production to lessen. Clogs can also start mold build up, which can pose a serious health risk to family members. There’s also the smell that can be caused by certain clogs, like mold, grime, or dirty water. The only proven way to get rid of the potential for clogging, is to keep your units cleaned on a regular basis.

Another reason for keeping your units checked out regularly, is to ensure that they are running properly. Heating or cooling units that are having problems with their condensers or heating elements which may be causing electrical surges, can mean more than just a problem for your comfort. These surges can spike your electricity use up, causing your utility bill to be more expensive than it should. Other problems can also cause this increase in electrical usage, such as bad or clogged fans not producing enough air flow, causing the homeowner to turn the air conditioner down further or the heater up higher thinking it’s not cool or hot enough. This overworks the unit, making it struggle to keep up, using more electricity in the process.