Frequently asked questions
Frequently asked questions regarding HVAC
HVAC can be elaborated as Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning. These three main functions of heating, ventilating, and air conditioning are basically interrelated. Moreover, HVAC basically depicts the entire cooling and heating system of an air conditioner, including the air filters, humidification controls, duct work, etc.
That is our number one question. Each situation is different and prices can vary depending what exactly is going on with your air conditioner. Our technicians are trained to be honest and are not paid on commission. We try and give as many options as possible to our customers to make sure they can make the right decision for themselves.
Twice a year, whether you have a straight cool air conditioner with a furnace or a heat pump, we recommend having it looked it in the fall and spring. Many things can happen to your unit during summer or winter. It’s best to have a professional go through your system before cooling or heating season starts to make sure your equipment is running at factory specs.
Yes they do, depending on how you set them up. I recommend going online to your power company and see what they recommend setting your temperatures at during the day. Some power companies recommend using their time of day program (if they have one) I recommend going with a e hour time span if available. Do not turn your unit off during your peak time, this can make your unit run harder then it is designed for and could potentially cause damage to your unit long term.
Minimum every 3 months, if you have high traffic in your house I recommend changing the filters once a month or when dirty.