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7 Spring Home Maintenance Tips from Your Top Tampa Bay Air Conditioning Maintenance Company

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Spring is in full swing and whether or not you are ready for it, it is time to do some spring maintenance around your home. While a dreaded task for many, doing seasonal maintenance/cleaning in and around your home is necessary to ensure a clean environment and to make sure everything is in working order.

Just like a car, your home, appliances and HVAC equipment need maintenance to keep them running smoothly and at optimum levels for as long as possible. Your home is likely one of your biggest investments, you need to do what you can to maintain it. Before diving into your spring to-do list, here are 7 spring home maintenance tips you should consider:

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  • Create a to-do/checklist – Do you have a plan of attack? Having a to-do list and/or checklist in hand, will keep you accountable, on track and boost your mood when you cross items or delete them off your list. Pro tip, Google “spring cleaning or home maintenance checklist” to see hundreds of already created lists to give you a starting point!
  • Roof and Exterior of Home – At least once a year, you need to do a thorough inspection of the exterior of your home, roof, chimney, gutters, and concrete slabs. You want to look for any signs of wear or damage. Catching issues early on can save you from a possible bigger problem in the future. Be sure to reach out to a professional in your area to address any concerns you uncover during your review.
  • Windows – Give those neglected windows a good cleaning inside and outside. While you are at it, check all caulk lines and weather stripping, replace any damaged screens and check for any cracks. Any issues that you cannot fix may need to be addressed by a professional.
  • Kitchen Appliances – Aside from the obvious superficial cleaning of the refrigerator, oven, dish washer, and microwave, be sure to check any coils, change out any filters and just simply check for any signs of damage. Properly maintained appliances will last longer and cost less to operate.
  • Outdoor Equipment – Chances are you are not cleaning your lawn or pool equipment after every use. Now is the perfect time to clean them up so they will make doing yard and pool work easier and more efficient.
  • Air Filters – You should be changing your interior AC air filters out often. By changing these regularly, you can improve the overall air quality in your home and reduce allergens.
  • Schedule an Appointment for Routine Maintenance for your AC Unit – Have a qualified air conditioning maintenance company, like Mason Air Conditioning & Heating, come out for a yearly maintenance inspection of your AC unit. “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” … don’t wait until your AC unit stops working! By having a technician clean and service your air conditioning system yearly, you will have a more competent AC unit that will last longer.

Following this checklist to target the areas that need maintenance will help you get things done efficiently and effectively. As we transition into the summer months, having a trusted air conditioning company will make all the difference in getting you through the heat. Reach out to Mason Air Conditioning and Heating at 727-433-9853 or contact us online for all your air conditioning needs!

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