Frequently Asked Questions

Are Your Technicians Certified?

Yes, all of our technicians are certified and highly knowledgeable within the HVAC field of study. They are also capable of providing service to most air conditioning and heating manufacturers.

Can I Prevent Damage To My HVAC System?

Really there is no sure fire way to prevent damage to your central heating or air conditioning system. What you can do though, is do-it-yourself maintenance like cleaning your filter on a regular basis. Doing things like this can help minimize calls for minor issues.

Should Indoor Air Quality Be A Concern?

The quality of your air while living or working indoors is very important to your house. If you notice any type of malfunction with your AC system such as a leak or any other environmental concern, be sure to have it looked at immediately.

Leaking fluids or gases is not something that you want to leave unattended for any considerable period of time. It can be detrimental to your health, not only at home but in your working environment.

When Should I Consider Replacing My System Instead of Repairing It?

Once your air conditioning system reaches a certain age (typically 20+ years), you want to seriously consider changing it rather than having it fixed or maintained. The main reason for this is because older air conditioning systems do not work as efficient as the systems they make today.

As technology advances energy efficiency also advances. So not only will you have a older system, but it will also work more to keep you cool and cost more as well.

How Often Should I Have My Unit Serviced?

It’s actually a good idea to consider having your air conditioner system serviced at least once a year. Although, this largely depends on how often you use it. For example, some states will only need to run their AC during the months of May to August. While other states may run their AC all year round. In that case you may want to have it looked at twice a year instead.

Scheduling these ahead of time can greatly benefit you in the long run. Saving you from unexpected breakdowns and malfunctions.

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