Superior Air Duct Offers Insider Tips On Preparing For The Fall Season

The time for apple picking, baling hay, fall crafts, and of course pumpkin everything, has arrived! Fall is a beautiful time of year filled with warm colors and cool temperatures. 

However, it is indeed a seasonal change from our current season of summer. Changes in the season mean it’s time to review your home maintenance schedule. Guess what should be on the list for every season? 

Duct and HVAC maintenance of course! In today’s blog, Superior Air Duct will discuss our top tips for preparing your home for the fall season.


Clean Air Ducts and Air Vents

The first and most important thing to do is to check each of your air vents and air ducts. If you haven’t reviewed the outputs for your home ventilation system in a few months, it’s time to give them a vacuum or wipe! 

Debris that is trapped in there is being slowly blown into the air you and your loved ones breathe. Trapped debris can also cause clogs and prevent ventilation, and could spark a fire when your heat turns on. 

Better to be safe than sorry!


Consider A Tune-Up

An HVAC tune up is always something to consider, especially if it’s been a few months since your last. 

Your HVAC system will be the source of your heat as fall fades into winter, and you don’t want to be caught with an out-of-tune system!


Consider An Upgrade

If you notice during your tune-up that your heat just isn’t blowing the way it used to, replacing your HVAC system is something to be considered. 

Once a ventilation system goes out, it’s hard to fix. If your home is around the 20 year age mark and is still functioning on its original HVAC system, then it is high time you consider an upgrade!


Schedule Maintenance With Superior Air Duct

Superior Air Duct specializes in your duct cleaning and installation needs. If you’re needing a duct replacement to prepare you for the oncoming chilly months, give us a call and we’d be happy to help! Our Western Pennsylvania crew is happy to help you, contact us online today or call 1-800-803-3828 for more details.