Did your residential HVAC unit suddenly stopped working?
Our technicians will perform a full diagnostic check on your residential HVAC system. We service everything from inefficient cooling/heating to breakdowns. Your commercial HVAC unit could have a clogged drain line, a refrigerant leak, a disconnected ductwork, or a faulty thermostat.
Wondering if your residential HVAC unit needs to be inspected? Here are some of the things to look out for: if your unit starts making unusual noises such as clanging, banging, or tingling, If your electric bill seems higher than usual, or if your unit takes longer to cool/heat than it used to, you may want to have your unit inspected.
A well maintained residential HVAC unit is efficient for 12-15 years. If you have a unit that has required multiple repairs recently, consider upgrading to a new unit. It is recommended to replace your unit before it completely breaks down and you are left dealing with a new installation during the worst season!
You may be wondering why you should replace your residential HVAC unit if it's still running? The fact is that a unit may run for years past the recommended replacement date, however, it is probably running inefficiently and costing you extra on your electric bills. Not to forget you are probably doing more frequent repairs at this stage as well.