Just Let the Blue Ribbon Team Coach You!
Texans love football. Youth, high school, college and professional—it doesn’t matter. We are obsessed with this great sport and the entertainment it provides our Lone Star State during the fall season. Soon enough, the weather will take a turn and we’ll slip from the high humidity of summer into the cool temps of autumn. And this first taste of fall reminds us the NFL season is here! So, as we prep for lazy Sunday afternoons on the couch in front of the TV, it’s time to ensure our indoor comfort is in top condition.
Play the Comfort Game—and Win
Ready to become a genuine winner? Here are three important tips in the HVAC playbook that will make sure your system is scoring extra points when it comes to achieving the indoor comfort you so rightly deserve.
- Schedule a Preseason Tune-up
Sure. it still might feel like summertime, but we know colder days are right around the corner. This is why it’s critical to call in the pros now for a preseason heating system tune-up. While cozy heat might be the furthest thing from your mind right now, September and October are actually the perfect months to schedule heating maintenance for your Bastrop County or nearby home. Schedule a checkup now and you’ll be safeguarding your home against furnace breakdowns and repairs all while boosting your system’s efficiency!
- Be a Great Home Defender
Don’t go scrambling to fix your home’s indoor air once members of your family start getting sick. Block those yucky germs and home invaders before flu season starts by investing in your home’s indoor air quality. Blue Ribbon offers a wide variety of indoor air quality products that can filter and clean your indoor air. Our certified techs can tackle indoor air pollutants by installing (and maintaining) air purifiers, humidifiers, dehumidifiers and whole-home air filtration systems. In the era of COVID-19, there is no better time than now to protect your air. Call us for advice or more information.
- Block Future AC Problems
When the warmer weather starts to wind down, you’ll eventually be turning off that AC. When that time comes, it’s a good idea to invest in a new air filter as you transition from cooling to heating. In addition, you can prevent AC problems from popping up next spring by checking your electrical connections, cleaning condenser coils and removing dirt and debris from your outdoor unit. These steps help ensure a good working AC system when you turn it on again come spring.
Catch Better Indoor Comfort Today
It’s never fun to have to punt when your HVAC system in unable to gain yardage. Your best line of defense against any breakdowns is to keep your system in shape all year long with regular maintenance and seasonal tune-ups. And Blue Ribbon is always here to help coach you toward perfect comfort. From tackling your indoor air quality issues through the installation of a new air purifier to firming up your heat pump each and every season, we’ll always have your back.