Repair & Maintenance


Maintaining a preventative line of thinking helps keep your equipment running optimally, thereby reducing the risk of costly repair bills, and maximizing monthly energy savings.

Should your system need repair or maintenance, you can rely on our year-round service to provide emergency repairs as well as planned maintenance for all brands of central heating and air conditioning equipment.

No matter the situation, take comfort: We’ll be right over.

Our customer service at a glance

  • Fast response time by a dedicated customer service representative.
  • Technicians are armed with computerized dispatch and communication systems, keeping us ahead of the curve, and on top of your every need.
  • Technicians automatically receive detailed customer history of the last six service calls prior to arriving at your home.
  • Our staff is built of licensed and certified technicians.
  • We cultivate consistent and ongoing technician training provided by industry professionals.

In short: We have a commitment to quality and to achieving the highest level of satisfaction from our customers.

An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure

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common-duct-problemsDucts are used to distribute conditioned air throughout houses with forced-air heating and cooling systems. In typical houses, about 30 to 50% percent of the air that moves through the duct system is lost due to leaks, holes, and poorly connected ducts. The result is an inefficient HVAC system, high utility bills, and difficulty keeping the house comfortable, no matter how the thermostat is set.
common-air-leaksThe exterior of your home—the outer walls, ceiling, windows, and floor—is called the “envelope” or “shell.” As a knowledgeable homeowner or with the help of a skilled contractor, you can save up to 20 percent on heating and cooling costs (or up to 10 percent on your total annual energy bill) by sealing and insulating your home envelope. It will also make your home more comfortable and help your heating and cooling system run more efficiently.

residential-energy-savings-graph-1Most of the energy used in a home goes towards conditioning the space, which is often more affected by the size of the house than the number of occupants. Heating, cooling, and lighting are still the largest single energy end-uses in a home, despite increased energy efficiency of this equipment.

Save 10%-40% with the correct thermostat for your system and home.

Expand below to view examples of why preventive maintenance is highly recommended

For Air Conditioning
  • Dirty condenser coils increase your electrical bill.
  • Dirty evaporator coils (even with a small amount of dirt) can decrease efficiency, increase operating costs, and be a major cause of compressor failure.
  • A low or high refrigerant charge can cause compressor failure.
  • Loose belts and worn pulleys decrease airflow.
  • Improperly lubricated rotating equipment will eventually fail.
  • Algae can plug a condensation drain which can cause expensive water damage.
For Heating
  • Heat exchangers can develop cracks, risking carbon monoxide poisoning.
  • Dirty burners cause poor combustion resulting in heat going up the stack.
  • A defective thermocouple will cause the furnace to shut down.
  • Weak or dirty pilots can be extinguished causing the furnace to shutdown.
  • Safety controls left unchecked can cause dangerous problems.