Although the Farmer’s Almanac predicts a milder June than normal this year, you know that those crazy-hot, 90°+ days of summer are coming soon enough. Now is the perfect time to inspect your cooling system before those days hit. If you wait too long, we may be booked up, and you don’t want to leave your HVAC service to just anybody.

Air conditioning systems are like cars— if you don’t service them, something will go wrong.

“Not servicing your HVAC system is like not servicing your car,” said Mike Johnson of Chenal Heating & Air. “If you don’t routinely change your oil every 3,000 – 5,000 miles, your vehicle’s engine will wear out too soon and not run as efficiently as it should. Some people elect not to get their HVAC system serviced, but it’s critical that you have an HVAC professional service your unit every cooling season and every heating season.”

Warning Signs

If you don’t know how your HVAC system is doing, there are some warning signs that may indicate you need service:

  • The AC unit doesn’t turn on.
  • The AC unit is on, but not blowing cool air.
  • The AC unit makes weird noises.
  • There is a foul odor coming from the AC unit.

HVAC Maintenance

Properly taking care of your HVAC unit will save you money and energy and keep you comfortable in the hottest of summer days. Chenal Heating & Air has a heating and air conditioning service plan to fit your budget and your needs. Our regular service and maintenance can help your air conditioning system achieve its maximum life and operate at the highest efficiency and performance. To have your unit professionally serviced, contact us today.

 

Chenal Heating & Air, Inc. is one of the only certified TRANE comfort specialists in Little Rock. This means that we meet the high quality standards in our heating and air conditioning service and installation that TRANE requires. In addition, we are one of the only HVAC companies in Arkansas that requires all of service technicians to be Nate certified. Nate certification is one of the most prestigious and difficult to obtain in the industry.