Is the temperature in your home going in the opposite direction of your thermostat's setting? Are strange sounds or vibrations coming from your heating and air system? Or, is your system not turning on at all? Whatever your system is doing, our experienced technicians will troubleshoot the system and quickly determine the cause. Common repairs include: power issues, replacing the thermostat, blower motor, compressor, fan motor, contactors, circuit boards, drain line, air filter, igniter, limit switch, charging with freon, cleaning a blocked flue, unclogging a fuel line or condensate drain. We will do diagnostic testing in order to locate the source of the problem so it can be taken care of.
Rely on the expertise of our skilled professionals for your HVAC installation needs. We specialize in new constructions and existing replacements. We will help you select the proper residential heating and air system combined with proper installation to ensure optimum performance and efficiency. We offer split sytems, package units and heat pumps. During your consultation we will evaluate your home's heating and air needs, find the best SEER rating for your home and provide you will a cost estimate. Our technician will answer your questions and assist you in making the best decision for your new system.
Maintaining your HVAC system helps your system operate as it should for years to come. Air filters should be changed each season. Before winter and summer your system should have a professional inspection. Before winter, we recommend inspecting the heating cycle, heat exchanger and burners, pilot operation, thermostat, heat anticipator setting and checking that the flue draft is safe for operation. Before summer, we recommend inspecting the cooling cycle, inside cooling coil, blower, condensate drain, condenser coil, operating pressures and lubricating parts.
There are a number of ways to improve the air quality of your home. Our experts will help you decide if your home needs upgraded air filters, an air purification system, dehumidifiers or even a humidifier for our dry winter air. Upgrading air filters is the first step in helping you breathe easier. Humidity levels in your home need to be maintained in order to have good air quality as well. Germicidal lights are another option. These are effective at destroying mold spores, viruses and bacteria. We can help improve your home's air quality while enhancing your heating and air conditioning efficiency.