Heating and Cooling Products
The best HVAC systems start with the right heating and cooling products. On this page, you can read about some of the many top quality HVAC products we install for our customers. Whether you’re due for a new system or you still have a few good years left in your current heating and cooling equipment, there are some ways to maximize your system’s performance and lengthen their useful life:
What Are Some Things You Can Do to Make Your AC and Heating Units Last Longer?
When dirt and grime builds up on the outdoor HVAC unit, certain components won't be able to pull and extract air. If a system doesn't get proper air circulation, key components will slow down. Then, over time, the entire unit will gradually break down.
The best way to maintain an outdoor HVAC unit is by rinsing the housing with a hose. While spraying the surfaces, you may need to increase the water pressure in order to successfully remove heavy grime and thick layers of mold. If any grass is growing around the unit, simply trim the blades with a proper landscaping tool.
In order to maintain key hardware that operates an HVAC, you'll need to change the filter when it no longer blocks harsh contaminates. Typically, a filter should be replaced whenever the mesh material develops severe tears and other flaws.
When Should You Get a Tune Up Each Year?
Tune ups are very important because they can impact how well an HVAC system distributes hot and cold air. For best results, you should have one tune up in the spring or summer to prepare for the cold weather. Then, you should get another tune up near the end of the winter to prepare the system for hot conditions.
The average lifespan of a HVAC unit is around 12 years. Upgrade and create peace of mind knowing that your system is operating at peak efficiency.Learn More
Wi-Fi and Learning Thermostats
Control home temperature from anywhere, conveniently from your smartphone and achieve energy savingsLearn More
HVAC systems can keep your home warm in colder months. Regular maintenance makes sure you're ready for fall and winter!Learn More
Air conditioning keeps your home comfortable during warmer weather. And making sure that unit is properly tuned up keeps it running all summer.Learn More
Indoor Air Quality
Indoor air pollution is a real problem and not something you want to think about, but it’s a good idea to invest in an indoor air quality system.Learn More
Ductless Mini-Split Systems
Ductless splits are HVAC systems that can both cool your house in the summer and warm your house in the winter. They are cheaper & easier to install.Learn More