Keep Your Severna Park, MD Home Cool With Bayside's Air Conditioning Services
Whether you’re escaping the heat in an office or in your home, Bayside Heating and Cooling offers the solutions you need to stay comfortable. Our friendly, expert technicians provide services in installing, repairing and maintaining your AC unit to maximize its efficiency and save you money. We take pride in our affordability, fast service and dedication to our customers.
Twice a year is the best policy. To begin, the best time of year to schedule air conditioner maintenance is in the spring. To ensure that your furnace is ready for use in the winter, schedule maintenance in the fall. There are numerous reasons for this, but one of the most important is that you want to have your heating and cooling systems ready before the months when you need them the most.
For most homeowners, twice a year is sufficient: once before the summer season begins and you'll be cooling your home, and once before the winter season begins and you'll be switching to heat mode. You should remove any leaves, branches, sticks, or other unwanted materials that may be around or on your outdoor AC unit in addition to cleaning it. It's also important to remember that plants and shrubs should be kept a reasonable distance away from the unit to allow for better air flow and thus improved efficiency.
What Air Conditioning Services Does Bayside Offer?
We offer services for your air conditioning at all stages of its life. Whether you need a new unit entirely, need part of your existing one fixed, or just want to maintain its efficiency, Bayside Heating and Cooling has the services you need:
How Do I Know If I Need Service?
Before requesting air conditioner service, make sure you check for these things:
- Your house has electrical power
- The gas meter is turned on
- The AC filter doesn't need to be replaced
- Thermostat has fresh batteries
- Circuit breaker isn't tripped
- Switch on indoor unit is on
- Outdoor unit is plugged in
- Condensate pump and drain line aren't clogged
- The safety switch in the pan under AC unit