The average homeowner spends a lot of time trying to stay one step ahead of serious repair issues. Accomplishing this goal will require a homeowner to keep the various systems in their home maintained. Investing in routine HVAC maintenance is a great way to extend the life of this system and avoid expensive repair issues. 

Meteorologists predict that the summer of 2022 will be a very hot and muggy one. This means that you will have to run your HVAC unit daily to keep the internal temperature of your home comfortable. Do you want to keep your residential HVAC unit running efficiently this summer? If so, check out these helpful tips. 

Control The Amount of Natural Light Entering Your Home

During the fall and winter months, most people will leave their blinds and curtains open. This is a great way to raise the internal temperature of a home when the weather outside is cold. Allowing natural light to fill your home unobstructed during the summer months can be problematic. Making this mistake will increase the heat of your home’s interior. 

This means your HVAC unit will have to work harder to keep the inside of your home cool. Rather than overworking your unit, close your curtains and blinds in the daytime. If you have curtains made of thin sheer material, you might want to change them out for the summer season. Curtains made from thicker fabric can block out sunlight much better. 

Professional HVAC Maintenance is a Wise Investment

Getting an idea of what condition your residential HVAC unit is in is crucial before the summer heat arrives. The best way to get this information is by calling in professionals to maintain your unit. Routine maintenance usually includes an in-depth inspection of your unit and other things like refrigerant checks. Once the HVAC technician is done, they can give you a detailed report on how well your unit is holding up. 

In some cases, the technician will find repair issues during their inspection. When this happens, they will fix them quickly. Not only will this make your unit more reliable, it will also save you money on future repair bills. At Hall Heating & Air, we can help you keep your HVAC unit running strong this summer. 

Check Your Air Filter and Vents

Allowing the airflow your unit needs to operate properly to become restricted can cause lots of problems. Units that aren’t able to get the right amount of airflow are usually overworked and will eventually break down. This is why you need to make an effort to inspect your air filter and your vents on a monthly basis. 

These parts of your HVAC unit can get clogged with dirt, dust and pollen over time. While you can change your air filters without the help of a professional, you will not have the tools to clean your ductwork. By investing in professional duct cleaning, you can avoid overworking your unit and boost your indoor air quality. 

If you need to have your HVAC unit maintained, let Hall Heating & Air help you out.


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If you are in need of repairs to your heating or cooling unit, new installation of top of the line heating and air equipment, or just want to have peace of mind with a maintenance program – Hall Heating and Air is here for you! No matter the need, Hall Heating and Air is here to assess your situation and provide you with options that you will take care of your home’s comfort needs. Hall Heating and Air also has financing options to fit your budget, subject to credit approval.


I called Hall Heating and Air to schedule a furnace inspection before cold weather hits. The ladies that answered the phone at Hall Heating and Air were very helpful, very professional, and Caleb our technician was able to come the very next day. I was so surprised they were able to fit us in so quickly! Caleb was able to determine the state of our furnace, and with a camera showed us the damage to the gas pipes. He immediately called back to his office at Hall Heating and Air and they were able to get us the information we needed for a new furnace. Holly was extremely helpful when I spoke to her at the office and helped us with financing. They were able to approve us the very same morning. I would recommend Hall Heating and Air over many many businesses in our area that provide the same service.

Nancy B.