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In part one of this two-part blog series, we looked at some basics on how to extend your furnace’s lifespan and get the absolute most out of this vital home HVAC component. From ensuring proper seasonal maintenance to changing your air filters regularly and more, there are several simple ways to keep your furnace working in top order for many years to come.

At All Pro Appliance Service, we’re here to offer a wide range of AC repair and furnace repair services to clients around Salt Lake City, in addition to numerous other appliance repair solutions we provide as well. Today’s part two of our series will go over some other simple ways to maximize furnace lifespan, whether on your own or with help from our HVAC contractor professionals wherever needed.

Consider Thermostat Upgrades

If your home is still using a manual thermostat – meaning one you physically adjust on the wall – you may want to strongly consider upgrading to a programmable or even smart thermostat. These models are designed to help save money on energy bills by making sure your furnace (or any other HVAC system) isn’t running when it doesn’t need to be, including during times when you’re not home or during milder weather. They can also be controlled remotely through your smartphone, making it easier to adjust the temperature without having to physically be at home.

Don’t Block Vents or Registers

One common mistake homeowners make that drives up furnace strain: Blocking vents or registers around the home, whether intentionally or unintentionally. This could mean furniture, rugs or other items are placed over them, or even that the vents themselves are closed off. This will make your furnace work much harder than it needs to and can significantly decrease its lifespan over time. Make sure all vents and registers are unobstructed and open for proper air flow.

Utilize Ceiling Fans

You may not realize it, but ceiling fans can actually be a useful tool when it comes to maximizing your furnace’s lifespan. During the winter months, they can be set to spin in reverse to help push warm air down and circulate it around the room. This will make it feel warmer without having to turn up the heat, taking some strain off your furnace and helping it last longer.

Call for Professional Assistance

Finally, if you’re ever unsure about any of the above tips or simply want professional assistance to ensure optimal furnace lifespan, we’re here to help. Our HVAC technicians will provide comprehensive maintenance and inspection services, plus offer any needed repairs or replacements to keep your furnace working efficiently for years on end.

At All Pro Appliance Service, we take pride in helping our clients get the most out of their home appliances, including furnaces. For more information on this or any of our appliance repair services, speak to one of our representatives today.

We all naturally want to get the most out of various components in our homes’ HVAC systems, and there are few better examples here than the furnace that heats your home throughout the Utah winter. For both financial and practical reasons, maximizing furnace lifespan is a key priority for many home and building owners – and there are several simple ways to go about this.

At All Pro Appliance Service, we’re proud to offer a wide range of appliance repair services to clients around Salt Lake City and nearby areas, including furnace repair and furnace tune up solutions to keep your home or building warm all winter long. In this two-part blog series, we’ll go over a number of simple tips for extending furnace lifespan, whether on your own or with the help of of our HVAC professionals wherever needed.

Seasonal Maintenance

One of the single most important factors in extending furnace lifespan is the completion of annual seasonal maintenance tasks. On average, furnaces will last between 15 and 20 years when properly maintained – but without this maintenance, you may see your furnace’s lifespan drop to just 10 or even fewer years.

To avoid this risk, be sure to call our professionals each fall before the heating season for a comprehensive furnace tune-up service. We’ll check all areas of the furnace, from filters and vents to heat exchangers, blower motors and many others, plus make any minor adjustments or repairs that are needed to keep your system running optimally through the winter.

Air Filters

Another major factor in furnace lifespan is air filters, which are responsible for trapping dust and other contaminants that could otherwise enter your system. These filters prevent dirt buildup on important components like the blower and heat exchanger, ensuring these parts work normally without being subjected to excess stress.

For this reason, changing your air filter regularly – about once every three months, or more often for particularly dusty locations – is highly recommended. You can easily do this on your own, but if you’re unsure how to locate or change the filter, simply give our team a call and we’ll be happy to help.

Immediate Repairs

If any minor issues do arise with your furnace, it’s vital to address them immediately rather than waiting for a major breakdown. This is because smaller repairs will generally be much more affordable and easier to manage, plus they’ll prevent larger problems from developing that could create major expenses or even require full furnace replacement well before schedule.

At All Pro Appliance Service, we offer professionals who are happy to assist with any repairs necessary to extend furnace lifespan. In part two of our series, we’ll go over a few more tips for making your furnace last as long as possible. But in the interim, remember that our pros are here to assist with any and all HVAC maintenance needs you may have – contact us today to learn more about any of our services or schedule an appointment.

There are a few examples of home appliances where temperature problems could signal an issue that requires repair or replacement, and one such instance may involve the compressor on your refrigerator. Responsible for regulating temperature and a few other vital roles that keep this appliance working properly, the compressor can experience problems at times – and it becoming hot to the touch is often a sign that this is happening. 

At All Pro Appliance Service, we’re here to help clients around Salt Lake City with all their appliance repair needs, including refrigerator repair and any other major appliance in your home. In this two-part blog series, we’ll discuss what a fridge compressor does and why it’s a problem if it’s malfunctioning, why overheating and certain other indicators are often signs of issues here, and what these issues may signal in terms of repair or replacement needs. 

Refrigerator Compressor Basics and Importance

For those who are just learning about appliance repair or don’t have much knowledge about how fridges and other major home appliances work, here’s a quick overview of what a compressor is and why it matters. The compressor is essentially the heart of your fridge – it’s what powers the entire system that keeps your food cold and fresh.

The primary role of the compressor is to compress refrigerant gas, which then absorbs heat from the air inside your fridge. This gas is then sent to the condenser, where it’s turned back into a liquid and the heat from inside your fridge is released outside. This process is what keeps your food cold and fresh.

Why a Malfunctioning Compressor is an Issue

Because the compressor is so vital to the functioning of your fridge, any issues with it can cause major problems. In most cases, when a refrigerator has a malfunctioning compressor, it will stop cooling properly – potentially leading to food spoilage and other issues.

If you notice that your fridge is not maintaining the proper temperature or if items inside are spoiling faster than normal, there’s a strong chance that the compressor is not working properly. In some cases, you may also hear loud noises coming from the fridge or feel excessive heat on the exterior of the appliance.

Overheating and Other Signs of Compressor Problems

As we’ve already noted here, perhaps the single most common sign of a compressor issue is when it starts to overheat. In addition, however, there are several other potential signs of compressor issues that homeowners should watch for:

If you notice any of these signs, it’s important to have a professional appliance repair technician take a closer look. Part two of our series will go over some common causes for compressor issues and potential solutions that may be necessary. Stay tuned, and contact our team at All Pro Appliance Service for any appliance repair need!

There are several home appliances where leaks are never a desirable outcome, and one great example here is the freezer. There could be a few things causing a leak coming from your freezer, and getting to the bottom of it will help you remedy the situation quickly and affordably.

At All Pro Appliance Services, we’re here to help. We offer a huge range of appliance repair services to clients around Salt Lake City, including freezer repair for any issue taking place. Here are some of the possible culprits in a leaking freezer, plus what can be done about them on your own or with the help of our professionals wherever necessary.

Poor Food Arrangement

It may surprise you, but there are actually some cases where a leaking situation can be caused by the way that food has been arranged in the freezer. If it’s blocking any of the drains, then condensation may start to build up and eventually cause leaks.

Luckily, this is one of those issues that requires no professional repair or even any costs. Simply rearranging the food items in the freezer so that nothing is blocking any of the drainage points will usually be enough to fix the problem.

Drain Pan Crack

From a repair standpoint, one of the most common causes of a leak in your freezer will be a crack in the drain pan. This can happen if the freeze has been bumped or jostled around too much, and it’s certainly possible to fix this yourself. However, it is recommended that you consult with professionals at All Pro Appliance Services before attempting anything on your own.

By having our technicians take a look at the situation and diagnose it for you, we can make sure that any repair work that’s needed is done properly and safely. Not only will this help to extend the life of your freezer, but it will also ensure that no further problems arise from the repair process itself.

Drain Hole Congestion

Another common issue with freezers that can lead to a leak is a clogged drain hole. This can occur if food particles, ice chips and other debris manage to make their way into the drainage system of the freezer. To remedy this situation, you’ll want to unplug your freezer and then remove any items located in its interior.

Using a cloth or paper towel, you can then wipe down and clean the inside of the freezer before unclogging any drainage points with a vacuum cleaner. This should be enough to solve the problem in most cases, but if not then it might be time to get in touch with All Pro Appliance Services for their expert help.

In part two of our series, we’ll be exploring some of the other potential culprits in a leaking freezer, as well as what can be done in those situations. In the meantime though, if you think that your freezer is leaking due to one of these issues, then don’t hesitate to reach out and contact our team at All Pro Appliance Service right away.

In part one of this two-part blog series, we went over some basics on spring maintenance for your home’s HVAC system and some of the most important areas that should be covered here. From professional upkeep to themes like your filter, your thermostat and more, there are several major parts of your HVAC system, both heating and cooling, that should be inspected and perhaps repaired this time of year.

At All Pro Appliance Service, we’re happy to offer Salt Lake City’s best air conditioning repair, heating services and other HVAC solutions to ensure you and your family are comfortable throughout the year. Today’s part two of our series will look at some further areas that should be covered during spring maintenance, whether on your own or with the help of our team wherever necessary.

Keeping Units Clean and Free of Debris

One simple aspect that often goes overlooked is the dirt, dust and debris inside the interior of your HVAC units. Over time, this can build up and cause the unit to become more inefficient and potentially lead to bigger problems down the road.

Make sure you take a look at both portions – heating and cooling – to make sure there’s no buildup around or inside any of the components. If you find that there is, call our technicians in order to make sure they’re cleared out properly and safely.

Checking Refrigerant Levels

When it comes to your cooling system in particular, one area we strongly recommend having a professional take a look at is refrigerant levels. This ensures that your unit is running at peak efficiency, and if there are any issues here, our technicians can give you a comprehensive analysis on what areas need to be looked into.

It’s also important to check for any signs of leaking refrigerant – this should never be handled by anyone other than a professional with the proper certifications.

Cleaning Vents and Registers

Especially if you’ve noticed buildups of dust and debris, taking the time to clean out vents and registers in your home can go a long way towards improved air quality and also efficiency. Make sure you use something like a vacuum cleaner hose or gentle cloth when doing this so that you don’t cause any damage to either portion.

Check for Leaks – And Insulate if Needed

Finally, one area many homeowners overlook is checking for leaks. This can go a long way towards improving your system’s efficiency, and if you find any major issues here, our team can help with insulation and other services as needed.

These are just a few of the areas that should be covered during spring HVAC maintenance in your home or business. Of course, the best way to ensure that your system is running in top condition is to have a professional inspect and repair any areas of concern. Reach out to All Pro Appliance Service today for all of your heating and air conditioning repair needs across Salt Lake City!

Spring is finally upon us after a long Utah winter, and homeowners around the state are often looking to ensure the quality of their HVAC system during this important transitional season. Some basic maintenance here allows you to address any issues that may have crept up during the winter, plus helps prepare the entire system for the warm season ahead.

At All Pro Appliance, we’re happy to provide robust heating and air conditioning repair and tune-up services for clients around Salt Lake City, including during this vital spring period. In this two-part blog series, we’ll go over all the various elements that should be covered for your system during the spring, whether this is done on your own or with help from our professionals wherever necessary.

Scheduling Professional Maintenance

First and foremost, the baseline for this entire conversation starts with scheduling professional maintenance for your system. While this may sound like a given, many homeowners choose to skip out on these vital appointments and end up dealing with the consequences later.

At All Pro Appliance, we recommend that all of our clients schedule an annual inspection for their HVAC systems in order to ensure the best possible performance throughout the entire year. In fact many of the important elements of spring AC upkeep we’re about to discuss will be covered during this important annual check, allowing for any issues to be addressed as early as possible.

In addition, it’s important to note that scheduling professional maintenance may also be a requirement of your warranty provider, so make sure you take care of this step before spring arrives in order to ensure optimal coverage moving forward.

Filter Considerations

Filters should be something you’re thinking about all year round, and spring is no exception. Memory foam filters are often used in HVAC systems, and they should be checked every month or two during peak usage periods such as the summer season. During the spring it’s a good idea to clean any filters that have not been changed recently in order to allow for maximum air flow throughout your system.

It may also be a good idea to consider upgrading your air filters during the spring season in order to ensure optimal efficiency and performance. We offer many different types of upgraded filters for clients around Salt Lake City, and you can always ask our technicians about options that may best suit your system and budget.

Thermostat Checks or Upgrades

Another key element of spring HVAC maintenance is checking the thermostat. In many cases, an old or faulty thermostat can be a major source of inefficiency and discomfort, so it’s important to make sure yours is up to date.

If you have an older model that uses traditional mercury switches, now may be the time to consider upgrading to a new digital thermostat. These models are not only much more precise and accurate, but they also offer far greater control over your system’s functions, all in a sleek, user friendly package.

In part two of our series, we’ll look at some of the other key elements that should be taken into consideration when performing spring HVAC maintenance. Until then, contact us at All Pro Appliance to learn more about our professional repair and tune-up services throughout Salt Lake City – we look forward to working with you!

Several components in our homes should be considered seasonally when it comes to their maintenance and upkeep, and a good example here is your water heater. While water heaters are used all year long, their use frequency and the strain on their components varies heavily from the cold winter (where water needs to be heated to greater degrees) to the warmer summer (where water starts at a higher temperature and requires less heating).

At All Pro Appliance Service, we’re happy to offer water heater repair and many other forms of appliance repair to clients around Salt Lake City and other parts of Utah. The late-winter or early spring period we’re in right now is often an ideal one for some basic water heater maintenance – either on your own or with help from our pros wherever needed, here are a few of the key upkeep areas to keep in mind for your water heater as we move from winter into the eventual summer.

Checking the System for Leaks

After the dead of the winter period where your water heater has been working its hardest, it’s important to check for any forms of leakage or dampness around your heater unit. A few drops of water here and there are fine, but a major leak may require repair work.

There are a few key areas to be inspecting as you look for signs of water damage, such as around the water heater’s thermostat, pressure valve and drain valve.

Cleaning Out the System

The colder winter months provide a great opportunity to clean out your water heater system before things warm up – this can help reduce strain on the components in summertime and also make sure it’s operating with as much efficiency as possible.

Clean out your heating elements and sediment trap thoroughly, flushing them both out to remove any dirt or debris that has built up over time. If you’re unsure of how to do this yourself, our team is here to help – we have the tools, parts and know-how to get the job done safely.

Flush Out Sediment

Another important part of water heater maintenance at this time of year is to flush out sediment that may have built up in the system over the winter period. Sediment can be a major issue for both efficiency and safety, so it’s important to address it as soon as possible – which again, our team is happy to help with if needed.

Consider Professional Service

If you’re unsure of any part of the water heater maintenance process outlined above, or if you just want to make sure the job is done properly and with as much safety as possible, contact our team at All Pro Appliance Service for professional help. It’s always better to be safe than sorry when it comes to your water heater system!

For more information on water heater maintenance and repair, or to book an appointment with our pros in the Salt Lake City area, please don’t hesitate to reach out today. We look forward to helping you get your water heater ready for a warm summer of efficient operation!

In part one of this two-part series, we went over some basics on typical acceptable locations for a dryer vent in your home. Dryer vents can go in a few different places, including via attics and via windows depending on the nature of the space, but there is also a flip side here: Some locations where these dryer vents should not be placed.

At All Pro Appliance Service, we’re happy to provide comprehensive dryer repair services for any client in need, and dryer vent issues are some of the most common we’re experienced in dealing with. What are some of the areas where dryer vents should not go, whether for safety reasons or any others? Here are a few prominent examples.

Inside a Garage

Primarily for health and safety reasons, dryer vents should never be situated inside of a garage. This is because the extreme heat generated by these vents can lead to endangering of any materials that are combustible in nature and could result in a fire hazard if not addressed correctly.

In addition, dryer vents should also not be placed near any combustible materials, such as a pile of wood or hay.

In a Crawl Space

While it’s generally acceptable for a dryer vent to run partially through a crawl space on its way to another eventual location, such as an attic or a wall vent, it should never actually end there. Crawl spaces are generally damp and moist environments which can cause lint to build up if the dryer vent is situated in that area.

This will often lead to the formation of mold and mildew, which not only is bad for the health of your home but can also lead to a fire hazard if not properly addressed.

Next to Outdoor Appliances

If your home contains certain exterior appliances like a furnace vent intake, then you should be aware that these appliances should never be situated next to or near a dryer vent. This is because the force of the dryer’s exhaust could actually push back into the furnace vent and cause serious damage to your home’s heating system.

Another good example here is an outdoor air conditioning unit, which can similarly be damaged by the force of a dryer vent.

Dryer Vent Length Limitations

Finally, while this doesn’t speak to a specific location per se, you should know that most standard dryer ducts have a maximum length of about 25 feet from the vent to the dryer. If you’re pushing this limit too far, then it’s important to have a professional come in and assess the situation for your home. Longer distances can lead to lint buildup and other issues down the line.

At All Pro Appliance Service, we are happy to speak with any client who needs further help or advice with their dryer vents. We have experienced professionals on hand who can help assess any situation, provide repair services, and more! Please don’t hesitate to reach out for further information, or for help with any kind of appliance repair or HVAC tune-up need you may have.

In part one of this two-part blog series, we went over some of the important concepts to be considering as you maintain your HVAC system this fall. The fall is an important transitional season for any HVAC system, one where you can look back and assess any issues that may have come up during the Utah summer while also looking forward to the upcoming winter.

At All Pro Appliance Service, we proudly offer comprehensive AC and furnace services to clients around the state, including basic fall upkeep for any home that might be in need this season. Here are some other important areas to consider as you’re inspecting and maintaining your HVAC system this fall, whether on your own or with help from our pros.

Cleaning Vents and Registers

Over the long summer we’re just coming out of, it’s possible that your vents and registers have built up with dust, pet hair, and other debris. This can restrict airflow and make your system work less efficiently, so it’s important to clean these areas out regularly – at least once a season, if not more.

You can use a vacuum attachment or simply a damp cloth to wipe down the surfaces and get rid of any buildup, taking care not to damage the fins or other delicate parts in the process.

Assessing the Outdoor AC Unit

Remember, we noted above that the fall is ideal not only for preparing your furnace and other heating components for the upcoming winter, but also for taking a step back and assessing the previous summer’s AC performance. If your outdoor unit was working overtime this past season, now is the time to have it looked at by a professional to ensure that there aren’t any bigger issues at play.

The same goes for any strange noises or smells you may have noticed – these could be warning signs of a problem that, if left unaddressed, could lead to a breakdown in the near future.

Professional Tune-Up

Finally, if you haven’t already arranged for a professional tune-up of your system this fall, now is definitely the time to do so. This will ensure that all parts are properly inspected and serviced, with any necessary repairs or replacements made before winter arrives in earnest. In fact, our pros often spot extremely minor problems during these inspections that may have otherwise grown into major concerns — and we can handle them without any additional cost to you.

At All Pro Appliance Service, we offer comprehensive AC and furnace tune-ups to clients around Utah, so if you’re in need of assistance this fall, we encourage you to give us a call. We’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have and get your system ready for the colder months ahead.

There are a number of notable concepts surrounding HVAC systems in homes or buildings, and one of these speaks to the seasons of the year. Specifically, there’s a curious interplay here: While the hottest and coldest parts of a given year (summer and winter) are the times where the HVAC system is utilized and needed most, it’s the other two seasons (fall and spring) where maintenance of these system is typically most vital.

At All Pro Appliance Service, we’re happy to supply appliance repair solutions to numerous appliances in your home — including things like furnace repair, AC maintenance and many other HVAC areas. As we enter the fall season within Salt Lake City and nearby areas, what are some of the key areas of AC and furnace maintenance that need to be carried out, either on your own or with the help of our HVAC technicians where needed? This two-part blog series will go over several.

Changing Thermostat Settings

The precise time where you choose to move your thermostat over from its primary cooling function to its primary heating function will vary for every home, as it depends on a number of individualized factors. However, in general you’ll want to make this switch at some point during the fall — and for many people, late September or early October is about right.

You might also want to consider changing your thermostat’s overall settings as well. In particular, if you have a programmable model, you’ll want to start setting it for somewhat cooler temperatures during the daytime hours, as this will help save on energy costs while still keeping things comfortable. Remember that you can always adjust these settings as needed later on if they don’t quite fit what you’re looking for.

Checking and Replacing Air Filters

To be clear, this is one area that’s important throughout the year and not just during the fall. However, it’s also an area where people often let things slide a bit too much, and as such it’s worth mentioning again here.

The air filter within your furnace is designed to help remove any harmful particles from the air that might get circulated through the system. Over time, these filters can become clogged with particles, which in turn can restrict air flow and cause other issues. As such, it’s important to check your filter(s) on a regular basis and replace them as needed — generally speaking, every one to three months should do the trick.

Windows and Weather Stripping

Temperature loss is always a concern during the fall and winter seasons, as heat within your home can easily escape through any cracks or openings that might exist. These days, many newer windows are designed to be fairly airtight, but that’s not always the case with older models.

In addition, even the best windows will still have some gaps around them where air can escape. This is where weather stripping comes in, as it can help to fill these gaps and make your windows more effective at insulating your home.

In part two of our series, we’ll look at a few more fall HVAC maintenance tips to keep in mind. In the meantime, if you need any assistance with furnace repair or AC maintenance in the Salt Lake City area, All Pro Appliance Service is here to help — so contact us today!

For many of the appliances in your home, you’ll have two primary options if replacement is required: Gas or electric. If you’re not an expert in either of these fields, like most homeowners, how do you know which is best and which to consider for your needs?

At All Pro Appliance Service, we’re here to help with this and many related areas. We offer appliance repair and related solutions to numerous appliances, from heaters and air conditioners to ovens, washing machines and any others you can think of inside your home. In this two-part blog series, we’ll go over some the various elements you’ll be thinking about when choosing between gas and electric appliances if a replacement is needed, plus which of the two holds the advantage in each area.

Cost

Cost will naturally be an important factor when looking into an appliance, and at least in terms of up-front costs, this is one area where gas appliances tend to hold a moderate advantage over electric appliances. That being said, though, you’ll want to factor in all potential costs when making your decision – not just those that show up right away.

For example, electric dryers are often less expensive than their gas counterparts. But if you’re using an electric dryer and need to use a clothesline due to high energy costs in your area, you may find that the savings were not as significant as you first thought.

Additionally, certain high-end electric models may actually cost more than their gas counterparts. In other words, there’s no clear “winner” here – you’ll need to do some research on individual models and units before making a decision.

New Gas Line Vs Dedicated Circuit

If you’re installing a brand new appliance, you’ll need to factor in the cost of any new construction that’s required. This is where things can get tricky when comparing gas vs electric appliances – because each requires different types of infrastructure.

For a gas appliance, you’ll need a new gas line run to the appliance location. The cost of this will vary depending on a few factors, but you can generally expect to spend a few hundred dollars on the new line, plus any associated labor costs.

On the other hand, electric appliances need a dedicated circuit run to them. The cost of this will also vary depending on factors like the distance from the breaker box and whether or not you need any new outlets installed. In general, though, the cost of a dedicated circuit is going to be lower than that of a new gas line.

In part two of our series, we’ll go over some further considerations to make when choosing between gas and electric appliances. For more on this, or to learn about any of our appliance repair or related services, speak to the team at All Pro Appliance Repair today.

In part one of this two-part blog series, we went over some basics on how to prepare your home’s air conditioning system for the hot Utah summer we’re entering. Taking some of these basic steps before the dead of summer hits is very important, both for ensuring your system is free of damage and for reducing your costs.

At All Pro Appliance Service, air conditioning repair and other HVAC services are some of our most popular appliance repair solutions, and we happily assist clients with themes like preparing for an upcoming season. What are some other top areas to focus on here, whether on your own or with help from our team? Here are several to consider.

Remove Debris and Other Items from Near AC Unit

Your outdoor AC unit is one of the most important pieces to focus on. It needs to be able to function properly and without any encumbrances. Check the area around it for things like leaves, twigs, and other debris that might have accumulated over the last few months.

These can impede airflow and make the unit work harder than necessary – both of which shorten its lifespan, plus limit its effectiveness in cooling your home. If you don’t feel comfortable removing these items yourself, our experts can take care of it quickly and easily as part of our HVAC services.

Check Coolant Line Insulation

Another important piece on the exterior of your unit is the coolant line. These need to be properly insulated in order for your AC system to function as intended. If you see any cracks or holes in this insulation, it needs to be replaced right away.

Again, our HVAC experts can take care of this quickly and easily, and we’ll be sure to use the proper materials and insulation to protect your unit going forward.

Inspect AC Unit for Physical Damage

It’s a good idea to give your unit a once-over to check for any physical damage that might have occurred over the last few months. If you see anything out of the ordinary, give us a call right away.

Even something as small as a loose screw can cause big problems down the road, so it’s always best to err on the side of caution and have our experts take a look. We’d rather come out for a quick inspection than have to come out for an emergency repair later on!

Test Your Unit

Finally, once you’ve taken care of all the above areas, it’s time to test your unit to ensure it’s working properly. Turn it on and let it run for a while to see how well it’s cooling your home.

If you notice any strange noises or smells, or if it doesn’t seem to be cooling as effectively as usual, give us a call. We can come out and take a look, and get your unit back up and running in no time.

Don’t wait until the middle of summer to start thinking about your AC unit – by then, it will be too late! Use the tips above to get a head start on preparing your system for the hot Utah summer. For more on these, or to learn about any of our appliance repair or related services, contact our staff at All Pro Appliance Service today.

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