Maintenance for your air conditioner is extremely important. A well-maintained system can reduce your energy bill and lengthen equipment life and reliability. Many equipment breakdowns are a result of lack of maintenance.
Changing your car’s oil protects, lubricates, and maintains the engine’s warranty. Failure to change the oil can cause your car’s engine to seize; requiring a new engine. Air conditioning cleanings are just as imperative as changing your car’s engine oil. Dirty air conditioners and evaporator coils restrict airflow and can cause the air conditioners compressor to fail – the compressor is the air conditioner’s engine. Furnace and boiler maintenance and cleanings are exceedingly important and should be done annually. Your heating equipment can produce carbon monoxide if it is not properly maintained in addition to other risks to your health and safety.
Air Conditioner Maintenance with Cleaning and Safety Inspection
Heat Pump Maintenance with Cleaning and Safety Inspection
Furnace Maintenance with Cleaning and Safety Inspection
Boiler Maintenance with Cleaning and Safety Inspection
Humidifier Cleaning with Humidifier Pad Replacement
Water Heater Cleaning and Safety Inspection
Please call 847-362-1910 to schedule maintenance and repairs!
Our Platinum Level Maintenance Agreement plan includes air conditioner maintenance, priority service, 100% parts and labor coverage on service calls and repairs. Contact us if you are interested in covering your air conditioning and heating equipment with our full coverage maintenance agreement.
We offer and provide preseason maintenance discount for your air conditioner from March to May. Taking advantage of preseason AC maintenance ensures your home will be cooling on the first hot day. Waiting to schedule your maintenance during the summer months may result in your air conditioner not functioning during the first heat wave. “No Cool” service calls are often more expensive than discounted preseason AC maintenance rates. In addition to the higher chance of your air conditioning not working if preseason maintenance is not scheduled prior; it is often more difficult to find a time that is convenient with your schedule because the majority of cooling customers wait until it’s hot to call.