Why should A/C units be serviced at least once a year?
This will help keep your unit working properly and ensure that any repairs that are needed are caught before bigger issues occur. Annual maintenance will also help to extend the life of your unit.
How long do HVAC units typically last?
With proper HVAC maintenance units can last anywhere from 10-20 years.
What are the benefits of upgrading my HVAC unit?
Technology is always changing, which means newer units are typically much more energy efficient. A new HVAC unit can help you save on your monthly electric bill.
How long do standard repairs take?
Standard repairs usually take between 1-4 hours. This is all dependent on the size of the unit, the damage to the unit, where the issue resides within the HVAC system, etc. Once we assess the issue, our technicians can give a more precise timeline for the actual repair.
My outdoor unit needs to be replaced. Do I need to replace my indoor unit as well?
We would recommend doing so. Usually, air conditioners and heat pump outdoor units are manufactured to only work with matching indoor units. Replacing only one of the units may lead to reduced performance.
What’s the best level of humidity inside of my house?
This is a great question. We think that the optimum level inside of your home is close to 35% relative humidity, but it’s perfectly reasonable that the humidity level is anywhere between 30% and 40%. We advise not to go above 40% because anything above can create condensation on your windows and it’s a perfect breeding ground for mold. Mold can lead to allergies and respiratory issues.
How long does a new system replacement take?
Typically a new HVAC system installation takes between 4-8 hours. Our team works diligently to get installations done in a timely manner so that you are not left without heating and cooling for too long.