- Use a shop-vac to clean out your drain line on a regular basis. This will prevent the water from backing up and causing damage to your home or office.
- Remember to change your air filter on a monthly basis. This simple task can often save you time and money by preventing break downs that require a service tech to repair.
- Before calling for a service technician always be sure to check your breakers and your thermostat to be sure they are turned on. Many service calls can be avoided by a simple reset of the breakers and thermostat.
- If you or a family member suffers from health problems, talk with our consultants about an appropriate unit for your home. The right system will reduce the amount of harmful particles in the air and help slow or stop the spread of sickness to other family members.
If you are having problems with your system please give us a call to see what can be done to put your system back to its normal running capacity. Dan’s always has someone available to take your call.
Frequently Asked Questions
You should have you unit serviced at least twice a year, once in the spring and once in the fall.
Absolutely. It’s a great feature to have in your home, by taking out the dryness in the air it makes it a better climate in your home.
(pronounced either “H-V-A-C” or “aitch-vak”) HVAC stands for the closely related functions of “Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning”- the technology of indoor environmental comfort.
An abbreviation for Season Energy Efficiency Rating and is a measure of how efficient a unit operates.
Yes, but make sure you keep clearance for proper airflow.
We accept cash, check, MasterCard and Visa or we can arrange financing.
It is a valve that meters gas into your furnace and it has two stages; a high stage and a low stage.
Trane incorporated a complete refrigerant conversion from HCFC-22 to an environmentally responsible HFC refrigerant, R-410A, for its entire unitary product line in the Americas to ensure full compliance with federal refrigerant regulations in 2009.
Yes, we remove all old equipment and recover any refrigerant according to EPA guidelines.
Typically most of the older units we replace have ratings of 8-10 SEER, so you could expect savings in the 30-50% range on your cooling bill.
Absolutely, you wouldn’t operate your car for 10 years without oil changes or inspections. Your heating and cooling system is a machine that needs regular service for a long durable life.