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3 Tips to Help You Get Ready for Summer Temperatures

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Midwest winters can be harsh and damaging to your property. Therefore, it is very important for home and business owners in Lake Forest, IL, and the surrounding communities to take a few steps each spring to ensure that their home is prepared for summer temperatures. Unfortunately, if you forget to follow a few basic post-winter guidelines, you could end up dealing with a leaky roof or a broken air conditioner after summer temperatures have soared to an uncomfortable level. Protect your family or business, along with your pocketbook, by taking preventative action right now.

Schedule a Spring HVAC Tune-Up

Your HVAC system should be inspected by a professional company such as Ireland Heating and Cooling to make sure that it is ready for the summer season. This preventative AC service will include tightening connections, cleaning the coils and ensuring that the thermostat is working properly. An annual inspection can help identify and fix minor issues before they turn into expensive repairs that leave you sweating on a hot day.

Look for Roof Damage

The 2015-2016 Lake Forest winter included some heavy snowfalls, including a few record-breaking days for the greater Chicago area. With this in mind, it is imperative to check your roof for any missing or loose shingles. It is also wise to do a visual inspection for any signs of a leak on an exterior or interior wall.

Inspect Your Windows and Doors

Any leaks or cracks around your windows or doors can let a lot of heat in during the summer. As a result, your electric bill could skyrocket, and it may be difficult to maintain the desired temperature and indoor air quality. If you find any issues, be sure to get them repaired immediately.

Now that you know what to look for, it’s time to check out these areas of your home and take care of everything before summer arrives. To find out more about your preventative service options, visit Ireland Heating and Cooling’s AC service page or call us at (847) 388-0108.