AC having you feeling hot under the collar? There’s a way to prevent that from happening in the first place: regular AC inspections.
We get it, you’re busy, and the last thing on your mind is probably an AC inspection of your systems. But just like changing the oil in your car, having your AC inspected regularly (at least once per year) can help keep your home or office cool as a cucumber, and your system running in tip top shape for years to come.
Our team of highly qualified AC technicians can quickly and efficiently give your system the love and care it needs and get out of your hair in no time flat. Locally owned and operated, our New Jersey AC and HVAC business is proud to serve the community, offering affordable high quality services when and where you need them. Give us a call today, you won’t be disappointed.
No bones about it, heating and cooling systems are expensive to replace. And while you can’t always avoid having to upgrade or replace your unit, there are things you can do to make it work at peak performance for longer.
One of the most important things you can do is get your AC inspected regularly.
Saving Money on Utility Bills
No matter who you are, from New Jersey millionaires to penny pinchers, no one wants to pay the utility companies more than they have to. Increased energy use from poorly maintained AC systems can put a real strain on your bank account. However, proper maintenance and inspections can keep your AC system running optimally, requiring less energy to produce the same results.
Prolong the Lifespan of your System
Regular inspections and maintenance and reduce wear and damage to your system, making sure it works in top shape well into the future. Our expert technicians can also catch small issues early before they become bigger, more expensive, problems.
Improved Indoor Air Quality
One of the lesser known benefits of your AC or HVAC system is its ability to filter the air in your home or office. Proper filtration means you can reduce the amount of particulates, dust, pollen and microbes in the air. This improves air quality and can impact the health of you and your family, especially for anyone with asthma, allergies or other respiratory issues.
Having your AC inspected probably doesn’t make your list of the top ten things you do for fun, but that doesn’t mean it has to be stressful or intrusive to your daily life either.
Our team is fast, friendly, professional and courteous. We know you have better things to do with your time, so we make it a point to get in, get the job done right, and get out of your hair.
Filter System Inspection – Your filter is essential to the proper functioning of your AC unit. The filter improves air quality and performance by filtering out dust, particulates, pollen, mold spores and more. They are the first line of defense.
Thermostat – Your thermostat is command central for your cooling system, but when things go wrong they can make a mess of things. Our team can troubleshoot any number of issues you may be experiencing, from irregular temperature control to complete system communication failure.
Ductwork – This is how the cool refreshing air is pumped into each room. Issues we commonly run into include weak, damaged or leaky seams, worn out duct taping, collapsed or damaged areas or moisture/mold build up.
HVAC Air Grills & Registers – Blockages or build-up of dust/debris at this point can cause airflow restrictions, resulting in your system having to work harder to pump air into your home.
AC Compressors – Typically located outdoors, our certified technicians will give your compressor a full visual and performance inspection, as well as making sure the unit is clear of external and internal debris that could be causing performance issues.
Our locally owned New Jersey AC company is proud to help residents just like you keep your family or office workers cool and comfortable. We’re licensed, bonded, insured and come highly recommended by our previous customers.
Give us a call today to schedule a routine inspection of your AC system and keep your home or office cool and comfortable for years to come.
February 25, 2020
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