This Winter will be over before we know it in Western New York and you want to make sure that your house is ready to go with your HVAC system.

Call our friends at WNY Heating and Cooling to make sure you're ahead of the Summer. Here are three tips that you should do every year to ensure that you're air conditioning system is good to go so you're not standing there on the first hot day of the year without the best HVAC possible.

#1. Check Your AC Unit Outside:

Make sure there is 1 foot between the house or fences and anything around your AC unit. Clear out any debris, trash, grass, and leaves to make sure there is enough air flowing through.

 

#2. Check Your Air Filter:

Check that air filter. You want the best flow of air through the filter and it may need to be changed every month.

#3. Set up a Seasonal Preventative Maintenance Schedule:

Get a maintanence schedule for your air conditioning system from WNY Heating + Cooling. By doing this you'll get more years out of your system by ensuring that it is clean, efficient and working properly.

Need A/C or furnace installation help in Niagara Falls, NY or the Western New York area? Get in touch with WNY Heating and Cooling today. There is no project too big for our installation team. You can hire us to add a new system to a newly constructed building or replace your existing HVAC unit. No matter the job, you can count on us to do it right.

We’ll make sure your family is always comfortable in your home. Call us at 716-600-4969 now to schedule your furnace or air conditioning installation.

TAKE THE STRESS OUT OF YOUR HVAC REPLACEMENT
Is it time to replace your HVAC unit? If so, reach out to WNY Heating and Cooling today. We offer unmatched furnace and air conditioning installation services across the Niagara Falls, NY area. Our contractor is equipped to install all makes and models of HVAC equipment.

We’re also available 24/7 for emergency service for no extra cost. For more details about our A/C and furnace installation services, contact WNY Heating and Cooling today.