HOW TO KEEP YOUR SYSTEM RUNNING EFFICIENTLY
Whether you have a newer, high-efficiency system or an older system that still gets the job done, there are some things you can do to ensure that it not only continues to run smoothly, but cuts your energy costs as well.
Always schedule a routine maintenance call once a year in the spring or early summer. This thorough check up will include cleaning the condensing unit, checking the thermostat, wiring, fan motor, filters, compressor and much more to ensure that the system is working efficiently, safely and reliably.
Check or replace your filter monthly. A dirty filter restricts airflow to your system and can cause unnecessary wear and tear as well as increased utility bills.
DOORS AND WINDOWS
Routinely inspect all doors and windows for cracked or missing caulking and weather stripping and replace as necessary. Efficiently sealed doors and windows can save you hundreds of dollars per year in heating and cooling costs.
If your system is more than 10 years old or needs more than just minor repairs, we can help you evaluate the cost benefit of replacing or maintaining the old system versus the costs of a new, high-efficiency system.