Residential HVAC Services
For residential HVAC services, customers can schedule preventative maintenance, which is a vital part of keeping your heating and air conditioning system performing at optimal levels. Designed to protect the investment you made in your system, AComfort’s Comfort Care Maintenance Plan helps reduce repairs and conserve energy costs.
- Two Automatically Scheduled Service inspections per year
- 10% discount on all service calls and repairs
- 5% discount on heating and air conditioning equipment
- Priority Service
Why 2 Inspections Per Year?
We often get asked why we recommend a complete HVAC inspection twice per year. The answer is simple! It saves you money in the long run.
Just like you have a twice yearly dental exam, your HVAC system needs attention as well. It’s a good idea to have this completed before the start of the season. In Georgia, we recommend scheduling your service in March or April before the heat of May causes you to kick on the AC. Likewise, October and November are the ideal time to make sure your heating element is working properly before the cold sets in.
Having your system attended to twice per year allows you to keep on top of any issues that could become worse, and therefore more expensive, if not addressed. We see it far too often that a small problem that could have been addressed during a routine maintenance appointment has become a major issue that is requiring emergency service or an entire HVAC system replacement.
When to Call a Residential HVAC Service Technician
You’ll know it’s time to call a professional HVAC service if you spot any of the following problems with your unit:
If you have warm or cold areas – If you hear your unit turning on and off frequently, or simply have areas of your home that aren’t warming up or cooling off, there are some steps you can take on your own. Check the filters and replace them if necessary, and remove debris from around your outdoor unit. Make sure your vents are open and that they are clear from furniture so the air can circulate. If this doesn’t solve the problem, call the pros.
If your unit is making strange noises – A well-functioning HVAC unit will be nearly silent. If you hear loud pops, banging, grinding noises, buzzing, scurrying, or flapping noises, it’s best to call a professional as these could be signs of major trouble.
If your unit is producing a bad smell – During the summer, an improperly functioning HVAC unit will cause indoor humidity to rise. This can lead to mold, mildew and musty smells. In the winter, if you smell gas or something burning, please leave your house immediately and call a professional.
Contact us today to schedule an appointment for residential HVAC services. We can assess the health of your HVAC unit, make any necessary repairs, and set you up with our Comfort Care Maintenance Plan to ensure your unit is always in its best working condition.