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​Preventative Maintenance

Prevention Is Better Than Cure

It's never a bad idea to get your heating and cooling equipment tuned up prior to their respective operating seasons. Preventative maintenance can significantly mitigate the chances of your equipment failing you, especially when you least expect it. We work on everything from furnaces, boilers, air handlers, air conditioning systems, heat pumps, to air exchangers and humidifiers. Contact us and we can get you on the schedule!


Lower Energy Costs

​When your HVAC system is in a good condition it runs more efficiently and requires less energy to operate. This in turn slashes down your energy bills. When your HVAC system is not serviced regularly, it needs to work overtime to produce the same amount of heating and cooling. To do so, it pulls in more energy and hence costs you more.

Reduced Repair Costs

A well maintained HVAC system is less likely to have emergency breakdowns resulting in unplanned downtime. Carrying out HVAC Preventive Maintenance on your system ensures that issues are identified and rectified while they are still small and manageable. This keeps them from getting bigger and turning into costly repairs or eventual replacement.

Fewer Emergency Repairs

Needless to say that emergency repairs can put a real strain on your existing scheduled maintenance tasks. This means you would need to attend to an emergency repair first and defer a scheduled maintenance work. Preventive Maintenance can identify issues before they happen and thus ends up in fewer emergency repairs.


Directly related to energy efficiency, a HVAC system that is regularly maintained helps mother nature. It burns less energy to run and thus produces less carbon emissions. This helps conserve electricity and contributes towards saving the planet.

Longer System Lifespan

Routine Preventive Maintenance ensures that you are adding more years to the life of your HVAC system. More issues and breakdowns reduces your system’s life and the need to get it replaced will arrive sooner than you like. Preventive Maintenance will keep your system as good as new for a longer period of time.

Health & Safety

Mold and dust regularly cleaned off your HVAC system ensures better air quality for the occupants. This is especially helpful for those who might have allergies or breathing illnesses such as asthma.

Furnace & A/C Systems: What Can You Do?

Plan to perform a few maintenance tasks of your own between your preventative maintenance visits. The following tasks help keep your equipment running smoothly until the next visit with our trained service technician.

Check the filter every month. Some units have an indicator light that is on a timer to help remind you to check your filter.

Remove debris from around the outdoor AC unit.

Hose down the outdoor unit when dirt begins to accumulate on it.

Keep supply and return registers unblocked by drapes, rugs or furniture.

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