Summer officially ended last week, so now is the time to schedule Fall maintenance on your HVAC system. If you are already signed up for our annual maintenance plan, you will receive a reminder card in the mail, but for those who aren’t in the program, getting scheduled is just one more “to do” item that you need to remember, and hope you don’t forget.
Your system worked hard over the Summer keeping you cool, so it needs to be checked and adjusted. Maybe some components are starting to wear out and need to be replaced, or maybe you have developed a small leak that you haven’t noticed yet. A professional HVAC technician can find those things and make sure they are corrected now.
Also, Winter will be here before long, and you want to be sure your heating system is ready to go when you switch over. If it doesn’t come on for the first cold night, you will be uncomfortable and unhappy. Now is the time to check the heat ex-changer for cracks, the ignition system, the amperage and voltage at various places, and to make sure the safety controls are working properly. For those with humidifiers, you need to have your filter changed and the condensate line cleaned. Although homeowners can do some of these tasks, it just makes sense to have a qualified professional with a lot of experience do them for you.
Our annual maintenance program is comprehensive, and covers all the components of your equipment. We service nearly every brand of HVAC system ever made. Since 1987, we have installed and serviced thousands of systems and we have thousands of satisfied customers who rely on us.
If you live around Indianapolis, Nashville or Charlotte, please contact us about Fall maintenance on your HVAC system. We’d like to be your service provider, and we’ll show you why so many people believe this phrase.
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