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You can head off some pretty expensive HVAC troubles when you have your system inspected yearly, or at the first sign of weakness. While keeping up with at-home inspections and care like filter changes and debris removal will help reduce those costly repairs, you'll need to complement these efforts with professional maintenance and service calls for the strongest prevention methods. Here's what you can expect when you call an HVAC contractor.
A heating inspection will be thorough, and the HVAC contractor will be looking at every working component to ensure cleanliness and functionality. At SSI, we offer a HVAC Membership that includes two maintenance visits a year, so that our technicians can check your safety controls, coils, vent systems, checking for gas leaks, and so much more to make sure your system stays in working condition. Many people will wait until the HVAC system has failed in some way before calling a pro in for an inspection, but even if you've noticed it isn't performing as well as it has in the past, or you see signs like your energy bill gradually rising, you can still benefit from keeping your system maintained.
As the HVAC contractor completes the inspection, they'll be looking for ways to improve the efficiency of your unit and your indoor air quality. The primary goal will be to get your unit running at peak condition, so that you require fewer repairs in the future. If you have a much older model, the most energy efficient and cost effective option will sometimes be to get a new system instead of continuing with multiple repairs down the road. Your HVAC contractor will provide sound advice on the best efficiency options, so that you can make a confident and informed decision that works for your budget.
When your HVAC system isn’t working at its peak, you may feel rushed to hire the first person that claims they can fix the issue. However, if you want to get a quality resolution to your heating and cooling problems, go with a company that offers reliable, efficient, and quality service like SSI. Training, experience, and professionalism will go a long way in providing you the experience you deserve and getting your unit back on track.