We have an emergency service call center available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week: to be there when you need us
Avoid carbon monoxide problems. We will check your furnace for signs of improper mixtures and indications of carbon monoxide leaks. We’ll also check that the vent pipes are clear of combustible material.
We’ll inspect your cooling system for refrigerant leaks and overall wear and tear, which can cause compressor failure, poor system performance and high energy bills.
We constantly train our personnel to keep up with new technology and product enhancements. This allows us to keep you informed of the latest advancements and make recommendations that are state of the art.
Preventive Maintenance Services
We provide complete preventive maintenance coverage for ALL brands of heating and air conditioning equipment, regardless of age.
We’ll check your gas line plumbing connections for drip legs, which are required by code, to prevent corrosion of your heating gas valves.
We’ll inspect your electric heating unit to make sure all the parts are sound and that they can withstand the high heat loads without failing during normal use.
We inspect all ductwork and air filtration systems for dust and particle accumulations and air leaks, including tears in taping or sealing. We check that your ductwork has been properly installed and strapped. We also check for correct duct sizing.
Make an appointment for us to come out and give your heating and cooling systems a thorough inspection. Springtime for your air conditioning system and Fall for your heating system are ideal times to have us inspect and/or correct any problems BEFORE the seasonal weather hits hardest.
We will evaluate your system as a possible candidate for zoning; where we install additional thermostats within the home or building. This allows one system to provide individual comfort levels to several different areas simultaneously. By adding zoning, you can avoid having to replace an entire system. You can set each zone to different temperature settings, or shut a zone off entirely to save energy and control costs.