The importance of HVAC systems
Your heating, ventilation and air conditioning or HVAC system is the key to in-home comfort for you and your family when the temperature gets too hot or humid.
As the name suggests, these units play a vital role in temperature control throughout the year. Your HVAC unit contributes to better indoor air quality by controlling the level of humidity by keeping the air from becoming too dry in the winter and too humid in the summer. It also helps filter out unwanted particles from the air you breath.
Installation of HVAC units
It is crucial an HVAC unit is properly installed, as this will ensure a comfortable home and lower utility bills. HVAC 911 contractors are well-trained experts, who have a proven record of successfully installing these systems, so you can relax and be comfortable in your home.
Only highly skilled and highly trained service technicians, who have undergone thousands of hours of training, are referred by HVAC 911. These HVAC professionals are educated in the latest industry standards, technologies and trends, which allow them to install any HVAC unit into your building. Their education and training gives them the ability to recommend the right air conditioning unit to meet your needs.
When installing a new air conditioning unit, you can be assured they are following all building code regulations and follow all safety guidelines.
Regular maintenance of HVAC units
Your air conditioner requires regular maintenance, performed by a licensed professional, to keep it working in top shape.
By calling HVAC 911, you will be referred to one of our HVAC technicians, who can diagnose minor issues commonly missed by poorly trained technicians. Unlike most one-hour technicians, those referred by HVAC 911 are trained to detect the hard-to-fix problems.
The contractors we refer are experienced and their techs are well-trained to perform the proper maintenance and care needed to keep your unit operating at maximum efficiency for years to come.
When temperatures rise or fall to extreme ends of the thermometer, HVAC units become stressed and those with even minor issues will not be able to properly heat or cool the residence.
During the annual visit, our referred contractor will clean your entire unit, removing all dirt and foreign particles from the movable components of your unit, allowing your unit to run efficiently.
After the completion of the annual inspection and cleaning, our HVAC technicians can provide you with a report outlining the work performed and information about the condition of your HVAC unit.
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