You can depend on our NATE certified technicians to get your system back up and running. We have been providing quality service and repairs to our customers on all brands and types of systems since 1968. Our experience gives us the edge in getting your problem fixed right the first time.

Heating: Fuel types – Oil, gas and electric
Warm air, hydronic ( radiators, baseboard and in-floor )
Heat Pumps
Self Contained

Cooling: Air Conditioners and heat pumps
Ducted systems, high velocity, ductless minisplit, rooftop and PTAC

Preventative Maintenance:

Think about how you take care of your car. Sure, most people can handle the little stuff – checking and topping off fluids, keeping tires inflated to the correct pressure, changing the wiper blades. However, to keep your car operating at its best, you need an occasional tune-up from a trained professional.

Your heating and cooling system is no different. To get the most performance and longest life from your system, it’s a good idea to have a professional perform routine checks in the spring and in the fall. All manufacturers recommend maintenance yearly to keep your system working at proper efficiency and to maintain any manufacturers warranties.
Call us about our Preventative Maintenance Programs.

Spring maintenance
In the spring, our technician will typically check a heat pump or air conditioner for all or some of the following:

• operating pressures
• refrigerant charge
• filter condition
• compressor
• fan motor
• capacitors
• belts
• crankcase heaters
• coils cleaning
• lubrication of moving parts

Fall maintenance
In the fall, depending on whether you have an oil or gas furnace you can expect the technician to check some of the following areas:

• burner and pilot assemblies
• cracks in the heat exchanger
• check the pilot thermocouple
• examine the vent piping
• test the electronic ignition
• test the fan
• test the limit switch
• burner adjustments
• measure manifold gas pressure
• measure temperature rise
• carbon monoxide test
• set the heat anticipator
• check and adjust belt tension
• examine the draft diverter
• lubricate the fan motor
• check the air filter
• check oil nozzle, filter and strainer
• adjust electrodes
• check the air band

Service Contracts:

Over the past few years some of our customer have asked about service contracts. We listened to you and are currently in the process of putting together a service contract to take care of your needs. Look back in the next two months.