Air Conditioning and Heating Maintenance
If you could see an accident before it happened, would’t you want to prevent it? Well, you can do just that. Proper maintenance can foresee troubles with your system before they become serious or even worse an emergency situation.
A routine heating & AC maintenance will help prolong the life of your system. Maintaining your system will insure proper operation, and maintain its cleanliness. Dirt build up can lead to equipment malfunctioning. In addition, cleanliness will provide improved capacity and lower energy costs. Keep in mind, a regular maintenance will support your effort in meeting the manufacturer warranty requirements.
For Peace of Mind, we offer a Preferred Customer Service Agreement.
You can save money when your system is maintained regularly. The price of your contract is guaranteed! To thank our customers for the trust they place in us, we offer a 10% discount on all repairs during the life of their contract. And to show you that Preferred Treatment, you won’t wait longer than 48 hours for a scheduled appointment. AND NO OVERTIME CHARGE! For an extra added bonus, we call you to schedule your maintenance appointment.
Sit back, relax and leave the heating & Air Conditioning maintaining to us.
Dirty filters will cause your equipment to work harder than it should. The result energy waste and even possible internal damage to the unit. Become familiar with the type of filter your system requires. If you have a washable, that is reusable, make sure it is completely dry before replacing.
Periodically, place your thermostat on HEAT and move the temperature setting above room temperature. Listen for any unusual sounds that are of concern. Contact us if you believe there may be a potential problem.
All of the return registers/ grilles should be kept free of obstructions such as furniture, dirt and debris. This will hinder proper air flow.
Improving indoor air quality starts with cleaning your humidifier reservoir regularly. Cleanliness of your humidifier will prevent build up of mold and mildew.
Unrestricted air flow to the outdoor unit is extremely important. Remove trash leaves, grass and tree trimmings that are in close proximity. Any debris that collects around the unit will cause your unit to work harder than intended, resulting in using more energy and higher utility bills.
The outdoor coil on a heat pump or air conditioner can become obstructed by dust, leaves and yard trimmings. You can use a garden hose and apply gentle, water pressure over the coil, to remove any blockages. Be sure and run water in a downward motion.
A heat pump or air conditioner should sit level. If you notice a shifting or settling of the ground in which your unit sits, re-level. Moisture/water must drain properly from the condensing unit.
Don't wait for your heater to cough its last breath or your air conditioner to wave the white flag before giving it a Tune-up - by then you'll beg for mercy. Instead, schedule our Precision Tune-Up right now, it can save you up to 30%* on your monthly energy costs. Meaning: you can fan yourself with money while you drink sweet beverages, all because of our HVAC maintenance expertise. In fact, routine furnace and AC maintenance is vital to efficient, worry-free heating and cooling.
Others may claim they know how to do a tune-up, but get the facts first. Some of these so-called "tune-ups" are nothing more than a basic HVAC System Inspection. Here's the bottom line: nothing compares to our full 23-point* Heating and 18-point* Air Conditioning Precision Tune-Ups by the industry's Service Experts. Our tune-ups are so thorough you'll marvel at our expertise - you may even send us thank-you cards and cookies (chocolate chip, please) - because we care so much about our work. We are, in a word, Experts.
- Why should you utilize our high-quality maintenance and tune-ups? Because our services include*:
- Check thermostat calibration
- Clean and adjust furnace burner assembly
- Clean furnace ignition assembly
- Test furnace starting capabilities
- Examine heat exchanger for damage and corrosion
- Test furnace safety controls
- Clean and/or replace standard air filters
- Measure for correct air flow
- Tighten electrical connections
- Lubricate all moving furnace parts
- Measure temperature difference between supply air and return air
- In place, clean and adjustment of blower components
- Examine furnace installation quality
- Examine equipment condition area, and clearances