It is recommended that standard air filters be replaced every 30-90 days. A visual inspection every 30 days will give you a good idea of how often you need to replace your home’s air filter. Specialized filters may last 6-12 months before needing to be replaced.

A thorough evaluation or load calculation is recommended to determine the needed size of a heating and cooling system. Residential systems can be as large as 5 tons or as small as 1 ton. An undersized or oversized heating and cooling system can be problematic for a house.

There are many factors that can cause an AC unit to freeze up. Some of the most common issues are dirty air filters, low refrigerant levels, or faulty blower fan motors. In the winter time, an outside heat pump unit may naturally freeze up. These systems are equipped with defrost mechanisms and should be able to thaw as needed. If you notice recurring or excessive ice and poor system performance, you should schedule an inspection of your heating or cooling system.

We recommend to service home comfort systems twice a year. (Once before summer and once before winter.) Keeping your comfort system maintained can help reduce utility bills, extend the life of your system, maintain manufacturer warranty, and give you the peace of mind knowing that your heating and cooling system is ready for heating or cooling season.

The average lifespan of a heating and cooling system is around 10 years. Well maintained systems that are properly installed could see lifespans up to 20 years, while a poorly maintained and poorly installed system may have a lifespan of less than 10 years.

Yes, we offer financing options of up to 10 years.

A homeowner can benefit greatly by replacing an old problematic heating and cooling system.

A simple repair may cost up to $300 while major repairs can cost thousands.