HVAC Maintenance in Charlottesville
Maintaining Your Unit at Peak Capacity Year Round
If your HVAC system works properly and is cooling and heating your home, you likely don't worry about repairs or maintenance. However, all HVAC systems, regardless of their age, make, or model, require a certain amount of maintenance to keep running smoothly all year.
Whether you have been experiencing issues with your unit or simply want to take preventative action, our team of Charlottesville HVAC technicians at All-Temp Heating & Cooling, LLC can help. Call us today at (540) 999-1656.
Create a Customized Maintenance Plan
Many HVAC repairs could have been avoided with proper maintenance, especially if you have a preventative maintenance plan in place. We recommend having a professional inspect and service your unit once or twice a year, depending on usage, the age of the unit, and a few other factors. Our company is licensed and insured for your safety and our Charlottesville HVAC technicians are NATE-certified. We truly care about making sure every customer is satisfied and providing you with high-quality services that speak for themselves.
Our maintenance plans may include:
- Seasonal preparation
- Inspection of blower wheel
- Cleaning of condenser coils
- Checking refrigerant
- Inspection and cleaning of condensate drain
- Performance/safety inspections
We Recommend Regular Heating System Tune Ups
Heating Maintenance Before the Cold Arrives
The approach of cold weather is a sign that it is time to get your heating system inspected, cleaned, and tuned up. The sudden strain from colder weather can push your system beyond its limits and potentially cause an unwanted breakdown if the demand is harsh enough. Knowing your system is operating safely and efficiently will add peace of mind and minimize disruptions in your fall and winter routine.
Getting the Most Power and Longest Life Out of Your Heating System
When you start up your heating system for the first time in the year, you may notice a burning smell in the air as the machine wakes up. This burning smell is the result of dust and dirt burning off inside the parts on your system. Apart from a potential fire hazard, that kind of dust buildup is an indicator of how much your system can stray from peak performance while it sits dormant and unused in the summer. Cleaning and tune ups at least once a year will help your system to run at maximum efficiency. Just as importantly, a system that is well-maintained over the course of its lifetime will last longer before needing to be replaced.
Don't Neglect Your HVAC System
Keeping your system properly maintained can help you to avoid expensive repairs and increase the unit's efficiency. Other benefits include having the peace of mind that your system can properly cool and heat your home all year.