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HVAC Maintenance

Schedule a Maintenance Appointment

Home Depot contractor checks a furnace

WHY HOME DEPOT?


Trust The Home Depot's professionals to help maintain your heating and cooling system.


Licensed and Insured
Our contractors are handpicked and undergo a thorough background-screening process.


Reliable
We use premium-quality products and offer a 90-day service warranty.


Knowledgeable 


We'll help you find ways to make your furnace, air conditioning unit, mini-splits, heat pumps, air handlers and boilers work at peak efficiency.


Flexible Financing 


We offer financing options along with one competitive project price should your system require replacement.


Competitive Rates 
A low-cost investment in seasonal maintenance provides peace of mind.

An HVAC system

THINGS TO CONSIDER

When you call to set up a maintenance appointment, you may help speed the process by having the answers to these questions: 


Is your system currently working?


When was the last time you changed your air filter?


Are your energy bills high?


How old is your existing system?


Is your system keeping your home at a comfortable temperature?


How old is your existing system?


Is your system keeping your home at a comfortable temperature?


Does anyone in the family have allergies?


Do you have any pets?


Are there any lingering odors?


Is your current system noisy?


Is your system easily accessible?


Are you aware a fee will be charged up front for maintenance?

Why Is Furnace and Air Conditioning Maintenance Important?

Regular maintenance will keep your heating and cooling system operating at its peak performance level. Here are some reasons you should schedule a heating & cooling tune-up twice a year:


•   Required by manufacturers to keep your warranty valid
•   Ensures your system works at an optimum level
•   Helps reduce your utility bills
•   Can prevent costly repair bills by uncovering small problems before they become expensive ones

Professional checking a heating & cooling system

MAINTENANCE CHECKLIST


Our service provider goes through a 28-point checklist during a furnace maintenance tune-up. It includes such tasks as these:


• Check carbon monoxide emission


• Check gas valve, lines and connections for leaks


• Check burners and heat exchangers


• Inspect visible ductwork and flue pipe for leaks


• Check unit for peak efficiency (adjust if necessary)


• Inspect indoor blower wheel and motor and record amp   draw


• Inspect crankcase heater


• Inspect unit wiring and electrical disconnect


• Inspect ignition system and assembly


• Check and calibrate thermostat

How to choose an Air Filter

HOW TO CHOOSE AN AIR FILTER

Watch our video to learn how to choose the right air filter for your furnace or air conditioner. In it, you'll find out:


• What an air filter does


• Where to find the label indicating filter size


• How often you need to change your air filter


• What type of air filter -- fiberglass, spun glass, polyester, pleated, pleated electrostatic or washable -- best suits your HVAC system


• How to apply the air filter rating system


When choosing an air filter, pick one with a high MERV (Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value) and check it regularly to improve your air quality. A dirty filter can slow your airflow, decrease efficiency and/or damage the system.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: When do I need to have my unit serviced?
A:
You should have a regular tune-up twice a year -- typically at the beginning of each heating and cooling season -- to ensure that your system is working efficiently before the weather gets too hot or cold. However, air conditioning and furnace maintenance may be scheduled at any time.
 


Q: What brands or equipment do you service?
A:
We offer tune-ups for all brands of central heating and cooling equipment. Equipment serviced includes central air conditioners, furnaces, heat pumps, and air quality systems such as whole-home humidifiers, dehumidifiers and air cleaners. Tune-up service is also available for oil furnaces, ductless mini-splits and boilers in many markets.
 


Q: Is a tune-up covered by my warranty?
A:
No. Extended warranties and extended service agreements do not cover the cost of regular maintenance of your system. Tune-ups are considered regular maintenance and are required by most manufacturers for your warranty to remain in effect.


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Get Started


To schedule your HVAC system tune-up, please call 1-855-583-0553.

Schedule Your HVAC Tune Up, Twice A Year

The Home Depot handpicks installers and home service professionals who meet the highest standards for experience, know-how and customer service to get the maintenance on your HVAC systems done right. We screen and perform background checks on all of our service providers before we send them out on any job to ensure they have all applicable licenses and insurance.  


Servicing your heating and cooling unit twice a year helps keep it running smoothly and efficiently, lowering your operating costs and utility bills. When you schedule HVAC maintenance with The Home Depot Home Services before the weather turns too hot or too cold, we'll perform a 28-point tune-up and inspection. We service all brands and equipment including air conditioners, central air systems, evaporative coolers, furnaces, forced air furnaces, heat pumps, hot water/hydronic heating systems, ductless mini-splits, gas boilers and air quality systems such as whole-home humidifiers, central humidifiers, central dehumidifiers, central air cleaners and ultraviolet systems.  


When you hire The Home Depot for your furnace and air conditioner maintenance, you know we'll get the job done right and stand behind our work.



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