Baby, it’s cold outside!
Over the last two weeks, we’ve received calls from all over San Diego with customers having issues with their heaters. Their thermostats aren’t working, the heater is dirty and releasing unwanted smells, or their heaters simply aren’t heating up their homes. Whatever the issue we can help.
Some tips from our team:
Change the filter twice a year
Our team recommends changing out your heating/air conditioning filter twice a year. When your filter fills up with lint, dust, or pet dander, your unit has to work much harder to push out the hot or cold air. Additionally, when your filter gets dirty, that same dirt is getting released into the air that you’re breathing in your home. A clean filter = clean air.
Get on a maintenance program
Don’t let this happen to you in the future – signing up for a maintenance program ensures that our unit will be working as soon as you need it. We offer maintenance programs that include tune-ups on your air conditioning and your heating unit and air duct cleaning for as many years as you’d like to schedule for – the more you plan ahead, the more you save on our program! Call now to design and schedule a maintenance program that is custom to fit you and your home’s needs.
Test your unit BEFORE it gets cold!
Sure, this may be too little too late – but just remember it for next year or even remember it for the hot season – test your A/C unit before you’re stuck in the heat. Our tune-up special is only $85 – it includes a 15 point inspection of your unit.
If you’re interested in upgrading your wall heater to a central heating unit, or upgrading your current unit to a high efficiency unit, give us a call. We offer FREE estimates for new installations and we’re happy to help you upgrade to the best unit for your home. The Federal Tax Credit that offers a 30 percent credit (up to for installing energy efficient appliances) ends December 31st! This credit applies to 95% efficient furnaces, heat pumps rated at a 15 SEER, air conditioner units rated at a 16 SEER, and tankless water heaters.
You know who to call, San Diego!