A properly maintained Heating & Cooling system will help extend the life of your system and keep your family comfortable and safe.

A properly maintained Heating & Cooling system will...

  • Operate efficiently and lower your annual energy costs.
  • Help extend the life of your heating and cooling systems.
  • Help prevent safety issues, such as fires, and lethal carbon monoxide leaks.

"Clean or change filters once a month or as needed."

Dirty filters reduce airflow through the system. Reduced airflow decreases system performance and can damage your system.

Heating

Furnaces on average, last 15-20 years. You will want to inspect and maintain your system at least once a year, preferably before transitioning into the heating season. Annual maintenance should include a thorough examination and cleaning of the parts that commonly malfunction.

  • Inspect ducts, filters, blower, and heat exchanger for cracks, dirt, and other obstructions.
  • Verify adequate airflow, diagnose and seal any duct leakage.
  • Check pilot light to make sure it is functioning properly.
  • Lubricate motors, inspect belts, and electric terminals.
  • Check thermostat to make sure it is functioning properly.

Heat Pumps

Heat pumps stay active all year round and on average, last 16 years. You will want to inspect and maintain your system as the heating and cooling seasons transition. Maintenance should include a thorough examination and cleaning of the parts that commonly malfunction.

  • Inspect ducts, filters, blower, and indoor/outdoor coils for dirt and other obstructions.
  • Verify adequate airflow, diagnose and seal any duct leakage.
  • Check for refrigerant leaks.
  • Lubricate motors, inspect belts, and electric terminals.
  • Check backup heater sytem to make sure it is functioning properly.
  • Check thermostat to make sure it is functioning properly.

Cooling

Air conditioning units on average, last 10-15 years. You will want to inspect and maintain your system at least once a year, preferably before transitioning into the cooling season. Maintenance should include a thorough examination and cleaning of the parts that commonly malfunction.

  • Inspect ducts, filters, blower, and outdoor coils for dirt and other obstructions.
  • Verify adequate airflow, diagnose and seal any duct leakage.
  • Check for refrigerant leaks.
  • Lubricate motors, inspect belts, and electric terminals.
  • Check thermostat to make sure it is functioning properly.