Is Leaking Air Causing You to Lose Money?
The reason for an unusual increase in your utility bills can vary. However, the culprit is often a faulty heating or cooling device. Over time, even the highest quality heating and air conditioning units can lose the ability to be cost-efficient. Simple maintenance checks or a repair is usually the resolution to this issue.
Catch the Leaks Before They Start
One of the best reasons to get routine maintenance checks on your heating or air conditioner is because there can be a leak that happens gradually. Not only can a leak cause unnecessary expenses, but it can also be dangerous. All Temp Co., Inc. has been servicing the heating and air conditioning needs in Harrisburg and the Greater Charlotte area for more than 30 years. We recommend doing maintenance checks at least annually at the start of the cooling season. Our specially trained technicians will inspect your devices from top to bottom to ensure there are no leaks and that your system is as efficient as possible.
Pay Attention to the Signs
Leaks aren’t the only thing that can cause you to lose money. A small, inexpensive repair that’s ignored can often lead to a more expensive repair or even an entire replacement. Therefore, it’s important to pay attention to repetitive noises coming from your unit. This can be a sign that you need a repair. At All Temp Co., Inc., our NATE-certified technicians specialize in troubleshooting devices. We can see what needs to be repaired and educate you on all of your options.
Less Efficient Heating and Air Conditioning Units
You may also want a professional to inspect your unit to see if it’s outdated. Older furnaces are generally more expensive to run than newer models. Fortunately, we’re factory-authorized carriers of various top brands.
Call us today if you want your heating and air conditioning unit to have superior efficiency this season. We specialize in the installation, repair, and maintenance for commercial and residential clients. Our team is looking forward to assisting you.Tags: air conditioning, energy efficiency, HVAC