With kids running in and out, those doors remain open all the time, inviting unwanted guests, and hot and cold air in Texas. It is not only about the cold air, but your HVAC will have to adjust accordingly and provide more hot air. If these adjustments are too frequent, then it does put additional stress on the unit to produce more. Close the darn door!
Did you know?
Texas’ weather varies widely, from arid in the west to humid in the east. The huge expanse of Texas encompasses several regions with distinctly different climates: Northern Plains, Trans-Pecos Region, Texas Hill Country, Piney Woods, and South Texas. Generally speaking, the part of Texas that lies to the east of Interstate 35 is subtropical, while the portion that lies to the west of Interstate 35 is arid desert.
The thermostat is in your home, just like the hot and cold air in Texas. You can control it. Making reasonable adjustments to temperature can help over longer stretches of time. Winter storms can last over a couple of days, so no need to adjust your thermostat more frequently than needed, in this case, the savings add up. A smart thermostat can help and maintain the temperature in a more balanced way, depending on needs at the moment. It also saves you from multiple trips to make adjustments. Please check with our technicians about this because we can really make it work for you.
Get things in order around the house. The AC unit is made to last, but a little bit of maintenance can prevent damages from falling branches. Maintaining your surroundings and removing potentially hazardous objects can prevent damage from happening.
Make it easier for HVAC to operate and change the air filter, per unit recommendation. While there are different recommendations around Texas, it really depends on your unit how often you’d have to change the filter. Check with our technicians about details.
Dragon Air Services is a family-owned business located in the heart of Plano. We specialize in residential Air Conditioning and Heating repairs, Air Conditioning, and Heating replacements, and Air conditioning and Heating service. Our expert technicians pride themselves on providing honest diagnostics so our customers can make educated decisions on what’s best for them. If you are in need of replacing an HVAC unit in Dallas, Plano or surrounding cities call us today at 214-790-9872 to schedule an appointment.
Here’s the list of services we provide in Plano and Collin County
AC and Heater Preventative Maintenance Furnace Repair