What Preventative Maintenance Means for Your Home

There are a lot of questions swirling around in our world regarding preventative maintenance for your heating and air conditioning systems. In order to help you make the smartest decisions as the weather warms up, we figured we’d lay them out for you in a newsletter!

What is preventative maintenance?

Preventative maintenance involves giving your HVAC a “check-up” to ensure everything is working properly.

This includes:

  • Cleaning the system for proper airflow
  • Checking for leaks
  • Checking refrigerant levels
  • Replacing the air filter
  • Testing the thermostat
  • Tightening any loose parts

Other aspects may be included based on your system’s needs.

What are the benefits of maintenance?

Your HVAC system is responsible for keeping you comfortable year round, especially when the temperatures reach the extremes. In order for it to keep your home safe and comfortable, it needs to be taken care of and in tip-top shape. Investing in preventative maintenance extends the life of your system and decreases the risk of any early system failures or major replacements.

Can I run my system before maintenance?

Absolutely! Preventative maintenance simply keeps your system pristine. You can run it before and after work has been done.

How often should I invest in preventative maintenance?

We recommend that a professional looks at your system at least yearly if not more to make sure it’s running well and continues to run well.

Could I do the work myself?

There are certainly things you can do on your own. For example, air filters are EASILY replaceable and have a lot to do with how well air flows through your home. You can also turn off and open up your system and clear out debris and make sure it’s clean. However, we highly recommend that a professional examines your HVAC annually.

What services do you offer?

There’s more to your heating and cooling system than keeping your house or business at a comfortable temperature. It’s also about indoor air quality and comfort control, and we can help you maximize both to keep your family, customers, employees, and pets safe!

Bi-Annual Maintenance Plan

Improve performance and efficiency of your systems with two visits per year where we’ll inspect your systems, clean them, and do any routine maintenance needed.

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Quarterly Maintenance Plan

Improve performance and efficiency of your systems with four total visits per year — two visits where we’ll inspect your systems, clean them, and do any routine maintenance needed, plus two additional visits where we’ll change your filters and do a quick system inspection.

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Remember, it’s better to keep your systems functioning properly now than to wait for bigger issues to arise later. We’re here to help you make the best decision for your home or business. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask!

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