Ask any heating and air expert how to get longer life, better efficiency, and reduce repairs and he will tell you preventative maintenance. According to the EPA, the average household spends more than $2,200 a year on energy bills, with nearly half of this going to heating and cooling costs. Dirt and neglect are the top causes of heating and cooling system inefficiency and failure. To ensure efficient system operation, it is important to perform routine maintenance (www.energystar.gov).
One of the most important parts of a tune-up are cleaning the indoor and outdoor coils. Having dirty coils can cause your system to breakdown prematurely, cause water leaks, and consume more energy. During a preventative maintenance check with Davis Heating & AC, our technicians will also check thermostat settings, check electrical connections, lubricate moving parts, check air flow, clear drain lines, check system controls, and replace filters. Our technicians can also give you valuable advice on ways you can conserve energy spent on the heating and cooling of your home.
Your HVAC system works hard during the summer and winter to keep your family comfortable. The best times to have a preventative maintenance check are during the spring and fall before temperatures become extreme. This allows us to catch problems to avoid sudden breakdowns when you need your system the most. Though Davis Heating & AC offers emergency services, we do our best to make sure that you never need them.
Davis Heating & AC offers an Energy Savings Agreement, which is preventative maintenance on your heating and cooling system. Our agreement includes two performance tune-ups a year. Along with improved efficiency and extended equipment life, you will also receive 15% off on parts and priority service. Pricing for our Energy Savings Agreements is based upon the number of systems you have in your home. Give us a call for pricing and to learn more about our Energy Savings Agreement.