Keep Your System in Check

Whether staying cool in the summer or cozy in the winter, find out when your heating and cooling system isn't running efficiently.

Do you need a tune-up? 

A few things to consider...

  • Not enough force behind the air coming from your vents?
  • Notice an odd sound when turning on your heat or air conditioning?
  • Feel like your heating and cooling system just isn't doing as good of a job as it should?

These are all reasons to have a tune-up. To schedule a tune up, just reach out to a local contractor today and take control of your energy usage.

What is a tune-up?

Tune-ups are quick and simple. They generally include:

  • Checking measurements on critical system components
  • Inspecting accessible components for wear or potential issues
  • Measuring refrigerant levels for optimum performance
  • Tightening and adjusting components as needed
  • Checking overall system air flow and operation
When you know systems are running smoothly, you spend less money on your bill and avoid costly equipment failure.

Find a contractor

Although tune-ups typically cost between $75-$150, energy savings can easily offset the price of maintaining your equipment. We recommend reaching out to a few contractors to compare quotes. Get started today by simply searching online for contractors in your area.

Please note that tune-up tasks and terminology may vary among contractor companies and technicians. If you have any questions about the services performed, speak with your service technician.