Posted on: March 3, 2021
With the cold winter days finally behind us, the time to rely on our trusted air conditioners once again is drawing nearer. However, transitioning between using your furnace to your AC is not as simple as pressing a button and turning on your cooling system. There are some steps you can take to prepare your AC after winter to make sure it’s working properly after months of inactivity.
If you live in a warmer area like Moreno Valley or Riverside, you’d want to make sure your air conditioner is ready for the spring. It’s a wise choice to hire professionals for AC repair and maintenance. After inspecting your AC in detail, NATE-certified technicians will perform tasks to ensure each part of the unit is working optimally. Your unit should keep you nice and comfortable during the spring and summer.
Whether you decide to schedule a spring AC tune up or not, you should know how to properly turn on your cooling system after winter to prevent inconsistent performance and expensive repairs. Read on to learn more.
How warm does it have to be to test an air conditioner?
Before we discuss the specifics, we should note that you shouldn’t wait for the weather to get too hot before turning on your air conditioner. But, refrain from testing your AC while it’s freezing outside as well. Experts recommend testing your air conditioner when the outside temperature has been above 60 degrees for two days.
Essentially, you should test your AC while it’s still…