Any longtime resident of Murrieta or Riverside County is undoubtedly familiar
with the El Niño weather pattern. For 2015, meteorologists are
expecting the strongest El Niño pattern in more than 50 years.
For the residents of Murrieta, this means we are in for heavy rains and
a particularly cool winter. Due to the unpredictability of El Niño
weather, it’s very beneficial to have your HVAC system inspected
by an experienced professional both before and after the storm.
Take Advantage of the Calm Before the Storm
The long rainy periods which characterize El Niño in Southern California
can make it particularly difficult to repair or replace malfunctioning
HVAC equipment. By having your system inspected before the rain starts,
our Murrieta AC technicians can make sure everything is working properly.
Perhaps the most important part of a pre-storm HVAC inspection is checking
your ventilation system. You will want to make sure your system is free
of any obstructions, which can seriously impact the performance of your
heating system. You will also want to replace your filters! Due to the
high moisture content in the air during El Niño season, you are
at a higher risk of developing a mold problem in your ductwork.
After the Storm, Check for Damage
When the heavy rains begin to subside next spring, you’ll want to
have your air conditioner inspected by an experienced Murrieta air conditioner
repair service. Heavy rains can cause flooding, which in turn can damage
the internal components of your air conditioner. When you call Correy
Baker Heating and Air, our experienced technicians can inspect your AC
unit, replace parts as needed, and make sure everything is working properly
Problems With Your HVAC? Call (951) 419-4146.
In today’s modern world, the air conditioner is the king of comfort.
If you’re having issues with your air conditioner or heater, you
can count on the experienced Murrieta HVAC specialists at Correy Baker
Heating and Air. Our team has more than 25 years of HVAC experience, and
we proudly offer 24/7 emergency services to our customers.
Don’t suffer through El Niño with a broken heater. Call our
team at (951) 419-4146.