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HVAC Service

Your HVAC Service Provider

Your HVAC, or Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioner, unit helps move air through your home and maintain the ideal temperature all year long. In order to keep it working effectively, however, you need regular HVAC maintenance and HVAC service.

HVAC units can include, but are not limited to, air conditioning units, heat pumps, boilers, furnaces, electric heaters, or any other device that is used to control your homes temperature. At Countryside, we maintain, service, repair, and even replace & install these most common types of HVAC systems if necessary.

HVAC Tuneup

As the seasons change, you may realize that it’s time to check out your HVAC and make sure it’s working at peak efficiency. An HVAC tuneup will allow the technician to look over your unit, replace any parts that might be wearing down, and ensure that your unit is topped up and ready to keep running all season long. You can schedule a tuneup at the beginning of the season, when you’re more likely to remember, or schedule that important tuneup whenever you need it. If you notice that your energy costs are increasing out of keeping with the season or that it’s taking longer than usual to heat or cool your home, it may not be necessary to implement an expensive fix. You may just need to schedule that important tuneup.

Annual HVAC Service

Each year, you should bring in an HVAC service technician to evaluate your unit and conduct service on the unit. Frequently, that basic service can keep your HVAC unit running at peak efficiency and increase the lifespan of your unit.
If the HVAC technician identifies any problems with your HVAC unit during the inspection, he will notify you about those problems and give you an estimate for the repairs. In some cases, the HVAC technician may be able to manage repairs on the spot. In other cases, you may need to schedule a return visit, especially if you need new parts or equipment for your unit. You can always choose whether or not you want to proceed with maintenance based on the estimate given, your current financial needs, and the extent of the damage and its impact on your HVAC unit and your home temperature.

HVAC Maintenance

Is your HVAC unit simply not functioning as well as it usually does? Are you struggling to keep your home at the ideal temperature, whether that’s keeping it warm enough in the winter or cool enough in the summer? If so, it may be time for HVAC maintenance. An HVAC service technician will come out, take a look at your HVAC unit, and determine whether it needs any basic maintenance. Motors can wear out, the thermostat can stop calibrating properly, and you may discover that you need to replace some of the component parts of your HVAC unit to keep the larger unit operating as smoothly as possible. A technician can come in, evaluate the unit, and determine what repairs you need to make.

What Happens During an HVAC Service Appointment?

When you contact us to set up an HVAC service appointment, our technician will schedule a time to come into your home and take a look at your HVAC unit. Our tech will take a look at the whole unit, evaluating all its component parts and checking the internal thermostat to be sure that it is properly calibrated. The technician may need to:

Run the unit. The technician may turn the unit on and allow it to run for a period of time to make sure that it is heating and cooling appropriately.

Check the thermostat for calibration. An improperly calibrated thermostat can cause your energy bills to increase substantially, so having a technician check the thermostat can help save you money throughout the season.

Evaluate any potential problems. The technician will ask you about any problems you may have had with the unit, evaluate the potential cause, and look over the unit.

Make minor repairs. By the time the technician leaves, you will already have solutions in hand to some of the challenges you may have faced, including decreasing your overall energy bills.

Let you know about any major repair needs. You may have the chance to conduct those repairs immediately, or you may need to schedule another appointment to have the technician return and make bigger repairs.

Do You Need to Schedule HVAC Service?

Ideally, you should schedule routine maintenance on your HVAC unit each year or any time you notice that it doesn’t seem to be performing as well as usual. Contact Countryside today to set up your HVAC service appointment.