Who is working on your heating & air conditioning system?
These articles show the risks of hiring unlicensed contractors to do your HVAC work. You can save a little money up front but if something goes wrong will you be able to find the person responsible? Will they be able to perform warranty work? What happens if they get injured on your property and do not have valid insurance?
Benefits of HVAC maintenance include:
Your equipment experiences wear as soon as it is first used. Over time, moving parts can break. Belts can crack. Bearings may need supplemental lubrication. Our technicians check these issues to make sure that your system is functioning appropriately. Dealing with frail parts before seasonal use can save you the frustration and expense of a mid-summer or mid-winter malfunction.
Some issues can cause serious problems for your compressor. Both low refrigerant levels and dirty coils can lead to the freezing of your coils. If this issue isn’t dealt with in a timely way, permanent damage can occur. Additionally, each of these issues can lead to higher bills and poor cooling during the summer months. Maintenance can save a lot of money while ensuring a comfortable home environment during the summer.
Improving your Indoor Air Quality:
Dirty coils and ducts can cause serious air quality problems in your home. We offer high quality filtration systems and full home duct cleaning & dryer vent cleanings!
Energy Usage Concerns
Your tune-up provides the perfect time to ask a heating and cooling professional about your high energy bills. While maintenance service can improve your home’s performance, there are additional issues that can play a role in high bills and poor comfort levels. Our technicians may bring some issues to your attention based on their observations.
We will be closed on Thursday (11-22-18) and Friday (11-23-18) for our employees to spend time with family for the holiday. We will have a technician on call for emergency service. Happy Thanksgiving!!!!
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Most people never think about their heating system until it breaks down. That’s because most gas furnaces are very reliable and they’re “out of sight, out of mind.”
The problem is, despite its reliability, a catastrophic failure of your furnace could occur at any time, and that failure could result in a gas leak, fire or carbon monoxide poisoning. The only way to prevent that type of disaster is with regular inspections of your heating system. A proper inspection and tune-up is a must—every year. That’s what every furnace manufacturer recommends. And that’s why we’d like to schedule your 2018 tune-up before the cold weather gets the best of your heating system.
When you have your tune-up and safety inspection performed, you’ll not only be protecting yourself from potential hazards, you’ll also be increasing the efficiency of your system, improving your air quality and preventing untimely breakdowns that, at the very least, will leave you uncomfortable, and most likely will occur at the worst possible time.
Our Tune-up and Safety Inspection is very thorough. We’ll do everything necessary to make sure your system is in tip-top shape; we’ll check, clean and test anything that could lead to a future problem (at least 25 items).