An air conditioning system is a brilliant addition to any London property, and those warm months can be quite uncomfortable without it. Air conditioning keeps your living or working space at the right temperature and provides healthy air which is particularly valuable in built-up areas such as London. However, it is important to be aware of the fact that your air conditioning system will require regular servicing in order for you to fully enjoy the benefits long term. Regular servicing will not only save you money on potential repairs but also prolong the lifetime of your air-con system as well as help to lower your energy bills.
Servicing your Air-con too often would be a waste of money, whereas not tending to it enough could cause a vast amount of stress and expense in the long run. Here, we look at some signs that your air conditioning system is in need of a service:
- Temperature change takes longer – If your air conditioning is taking longer to heat up or cool down then it could be due for a service
- Dust or pollen are becoming an issue – Air conditioning cleans the air and provides pollen and dust-free area
- Your system is making an unusual sound – This could indicate a problem with parts being loose or wearing away
- Your energy bills have suddenly increased – If an air-con system is in need of maintenance then it will increasingly become less efficient meaning it will drain more energy and increase bills
- It’s been more than a year since your last Aircon service – It is very important to have maintenance at least once a year. Most warrantied will require a yearly service; this increases to six monthly services for commercial use.
Whether your air conditioning system requires a standard service in which filters, pumps and condensers are cleaned as well as functionality testing being performed, or a more thorough deep clean, routine maintenance to suit your air-con system type is important to any London property.
Call Franklyn Air on 020 7839 5475 for more information on air conditioning maintenance in London area.