High Quality Heating and Air Preventative Maintenance Program: Your HVAC – heating and cooling system is one of your largest investments in your home. However, many people ignore their HVAC system year-after-year until small problems develop into larger ones and your heating and air conditioning system stops working. Often your heating and air conditioning systems has a way of breaking down when the weather is at its worst - on the coldest nights of winter, or during a heat-wave in the middle of summer. These are times when your heating and air conditioning system must work the hardest, and when you need it most.
A High Quality Heating and Air Conditioning Preventative Maintenance Program will give you peace of mind that you and your family will enjoy year around heating and cooling comfort, when you need it most. Consider these advantages: Energy Savings and Efficiency – High Quality Heating and Air Conditioning Seasonal Check-Up will inspect your heating and air conditioning system before the peak seasons to ensure it is running efficiently. We recommend Spring and Fall maintenance and our complete HVAC maintenance includes cleaning the condenser coil which adds years to the life of your heating and air conditioning system.
Priority Service – Customers who sign up for the High Quality Heating and Air Maintenance Agreements receive “Priority” over those who do not. We guarantee same day service, no matter what time of year and day or night you need service.
Prolong the Life of Your Equipment - With regular High Quality Heating and Air Conditioning maintenance on your HVAC system, minor problems are corrected before they can lead to serious and expensive ones. A well maintained heating and air conditioning systems also last longer and increases the energy efficiency of your heating and cooling system. This means savings in your pocket.
Change your Air Conditioner Filters - The most important maintenance a home owner can do to ensure the efficiency of your air conditioner unit is to routinely replace or clean the filters. Clogged and dirty filters block normal airflow and reduce a system's efficiency. With normal airflow obstructed, it puts a greater strain on your system. If you took this example to the extreme, if you placed cardboard over your return filter, it would cause your HVAC system to burn up. A clogged filter is acting in the same way. It is restricting the air flow to your evaporator coil and causing you HVAC system to work harder and potentially burn up your motor. In time, reduced air to the evaporator can cause it to “freeze-up” or even permanently damage the coil over time. Filters are located inside your house along the return duct's length. Common filter locations are in walls, ceilings but sometimes in older units they are located in the furnaces or in the air conditioner itself. If you have any questions about your home’s heating and air conditioning system, call High Quality Heating and Air Conditioning today. Some types of filters are reusable; others must be replaced. They are available in a variety of types and efficiencies. Clean or replace your air conditioning system's filter or filters every month or two. Filters may need more frequent attention if your heating and air conditioner is in constant use, is subjected to dusty conditions, or you have fur-bearing pets in the house.
Air Conditioning Ducts in Attic Space
Have you ever opened your utility bill and gasp? Have you ever wondered if you were heating or air conditioning your attic? An enormous waste of energy occurs when heated air in the winter or cooled air in the summer escapes from supply ducts and blows in your attic. If you have an attic that allows easy access, walk along the heating and air conditioning ducts and feel for warm or cool air escaping.
Recent studies indicate that 10% to 30% of the conditioned air in an average central air conditioning system escapes from the ducts.
Call High Quality Heating and Air Conditioning for a Preventative Maintenance and duct inspection today.