Bi-annual preventative maintenance is essential to ensure that your air conditioning and heating equipment functions at its peak performance. If preventative maintenance is not performed regularly, your system could be at risk for premature failure. Oftentimes, a simple maintenance visit will reveal easily fixable problems, that if left alone, could turn into very costly and unnecessary repairs later.
Preventative maintenance programs for air conditioning and heating equipment include regular inspections each year. During these inspections, proper operation of the equipment is checked and verified.
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Now, I have to ask…ice or frost? A layer of frost is not a problem, most units are factory programmed to ‘de-frost’ about every 90 minutes. A layer of ice is a problem. This invariably is a dilemma with heat pumps. It’s probably a malfunctioning defrost control which could cost between $350 and $1,000 to … Read More »
Don’t get stuck with impossible insulation or a failing furnace. Instead, use these savvy ways to save energy and freeze out the frost by looking: For every degree you set back your thermostat back, you’ll save 3% on heating costs. Try these easy ideas: Under doors Place a rolled bath towel under a drafty door. … Read More »
With summer a fading memory, now’s the time to ready your home for fall and winter’s cooler temps and unpredictable weather conditions. 1. Clear out the gutters. Remove leaves and other debris from your drainpipe and gutters to prevent clogging. In areas with cold winters, outdoor faucets should be drained in the fall. 2. Clean … Read More »
My AC was running great, then the power flickered off and then back on during a storm. Now it is blowing warm air. What should I do? Before calling Urgent Air, shut off the system from the thermostat for 20-30 minutes. Then turn the system back on. Now, hopefully your unit will be working properly. … Read More »