In the heat of the summer, we know Floridians are not thinking about their heating systems. Even in the winter, using the heat is probably not on your mind too often. However, it is important to keep your heating system in good shape, no matter how little you use it. The last thing you want is to be dealing with a broken heater on an unseasonably chilly day. Here are a few ways you can maintain your heating system in the summer.
Check the Thermostat
The thermostat is an integral part of your heating system, so it’s important to make sure it is working as it should. Every once in a while, test your heating system to make sure it can turn on. If you have zone heating, go through each zone separately.
Clean Out the Drainage Hole
The drainage hole or drainage sinks are located at the bottom of the unit. This drainage hole prevents the buildup of moisture and other debris from the environment. This can occur in all heating systems, but especially heating systems that use heat pumps for both cooling and heating. Check your unit for drainage hole blocks during the summer season, which is when your HVAC system will be used the most heavily.
Keep It Clean
Throughout the summer, make sure your vents, floor registers, and other HVAC components are clean to prevent problems. You should also check your air filter and make sure it’s in good shape.
When you need Tampa heating repair, trust the professionals at Sun Air. Our team is ready to assist you when problems arise with your HVAC system. Contact us for a free estimate at (813) 295-2214.