Your A/C and Heating Connection: A Friendly Filter Reminder

6 Dec

The family at Tropical Air of Central Florida wants to give you a friendly reminder about how important it is to change your filters every 30 days. Changing your filters regularly will prevent you from dealing with potentially major issues. These include restricted air flow and other problems that could leave your system either not running properly or breaking down altogether.

crabWhile it’s easy to assume that leaving your A/C off is a good way to preserve its functionality, this is actually not true. Leaving your system off for extended periods of time could leave you high and dry when you turn it back on, expecting it to run just as it did before. To avoid unnecessary expenses, make sure you have your air conditioning/heating system checked out even if you haven’t been running it for a while.

Tropical Air of Central Florida has been helping Central Florida residences with their A/C and heating systems for close to ten years. Being family-owned and operated, the team of professionals knows the importance of making sure systems operate most effectively and efficiently. Through the years, the team has developed several different preventative maintenance plans that can be customized to fit any need or budget… even coming out monthly to change your filters… yes, every month.

If you haven’t changed your filter in a while, go ahead and do so to avoid having problems with your unit in the immediate or even distant future. Also, if you haven’t been running your system for a while, consider having it serviced to make sure that it will run properly and efficiently when you need it.

If you have any questions, about our preventative maintenance plans, don’t hesitate to give us a call or send us an e-mail at office@tropical-air.com.

A/C not working?” visit “ACNotWorking.com” to partner with one of our professional HVAC technicians.

Keep warm and informed,

Rikki Payne
Your Licensed A/C and Heating Connection
321-972-9935
www.Tropical-Air.com
www.acnotworking.com

Serving Greater Central Florida

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