How often should I change my heating and cooling system's air filter?
Changing your central air conditioning unit's air filter at least once every six months will not only help you save on your monthly bills but also will help extend the life of your system. Changing the filter every three months is even better. All the air in your home circulates and recirculates through the same filter attached to your indoor unit. Designed to remove dust particles to keep the air you breathe clean, filters become clogged, causing your air conditioning and heating system to work less efficiently and costing you more to operate it. If left unchanged long enough, your system could fail completely.
When should I have my heating and cooling system serviced?
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 too cold. However, maintenance may be scheduled at any time.
Are seasonal maintenance plans worth the investment?
Each spring and fall before you start using your air conditioner, furnace, or other heating and cooling systems, you should get a tune-up to ensure your HVAC system is ready for the season. By spending a little twice a year, you can save a lot in energy bills by keeping your system operating at peak efficiency. You also can avoid costly repairs by identifying and fixing minor problems before they turn into big ones. Plus, many homeowners don't realize that their manufacturer's warranties may be considered invalid if they aren't getting their unit serviced twice a year.
What brands or equipment do you service?
We offer maintenance and tune-ups for all brands of central heating and air conditioning equipment. Systems serviced include 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.
Is a tune-up covered by my warranty?
No. Extended warranties and service agreements do not cover the cost of regular heating and air conditioning maintenance. Tune-ups are considered regular maintenance and are required by most manufacturers for your warranty to remain in effect.
Do you maintain all brands and models of heating and cooling systems?
Yes. Our local professionals can handle all of your heating and cooling maintenance needs including service for your furnace, air conditioner, mini split, heat pump, air handler or boiler.