Preventative maintenance services are necessary to help keep your HVAC system running at peak efficiency. This also helps to prevent untimely service calls that require expensive repairs. It is similar to having a "tune up" performed on your auto. The biggest difference between the two is that your HVAC system runs for several hours longer each day than your auto does.
Fact: Manufacturer's have recently issued new guidelines regarding the "Manufacturer's Warranties". Failure to have routine maintenance services performed on your HVAC system now voids the "Manufacturer's Warranty". This is because they want to see that you are taking steps to maintain the system. Neglecting preventative maintenance is beyond what they consider "normal wear and tear".
We would like to extend an invitation for you to join our maintenance program. Our goal is to keep your air conditioning and heating system operating efficiently and safely so that you can stay comfortable, and save money on your energy bills. By having us perform routine maintenance, you can enjoy worry-free comfort, and help keep the cost of repairs in check by letting us address the little things as they arise - before they turn into high dollar repair problems.
Experts Agree that the #1 way to reduce your utility bills, by hundreds of dollars per year, is to get your HVAC system running at maximum efficiency. The best way to get and keep your unit running at maximum efficiency is to join our maintenance program so we can service your unit, twice per year.
To join get started simply give us a call at 321-259-6070.
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The following preventative services are commonly recommended to maintain the health of your HVAC system. The descriptions below are intended to provide a more thorough understanding of their importance:
1.)Condenser coil clean- This helps prevent loss of efficiency due to dirty coils. It also helps prevent condenser coil breakdown due to salt and corrosion.
2.) Acid bath- This cleaning of evaporator coil disinfects and removes mold and restrictions from the coil, that can greatly reduce system efficiency. A heavily plugged evaporator coil can even cause damage to the valves in your compressor. It can also cause coil freezing that results in flooding around the air handler and water damage.
3.) Chemical air duct cleaning- For this service we use a bacteriostat, fungistat, chemical sanitizer and deodorizer to kill mold and bacteria germs. It also destroys odors associated with bacteria, mold, mildew, smoke, animals, etc. The chemical we use is for indoor pollution control and environmental maintenance.