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Tune Up

We can help you to enjoy the improved home comfort that comes with well-tuned equipment by offering regular tune-up services. Our experienced technician can identify the potential threats that are barely noticeable. Tune-ups maximize efficiency and save you the cost of equipment breakdowns.

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What is a tune-up?

When you call us for a tune-up, think of it like when you take your car for a tune-up. It’s designed to keep the machinery in optimal running condition.

During a tune-up, every part of your equipment is checked to make sure that it’s clean and functions as optimally as possible.

A seasonal tune-up is performed twice per year in spring and fall to prepare your systems for the change in weather. Tune-ups are part of essential practices every homeowner should be doing for their equipment. This will ensure that any problems are addressed on time.

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What happens during a tune-up appointment?

A standard tune-up will include three basic phases:

  • inspection and testing of your equipment;
  • cleaning;
  • service.

The service may or may not include repairs; it depends on whether problems are detected during the inspection phase.

During the visit, your technician will check all components for signs of wear and perform necessary repairs. This will ensure that small faults don’t turn into a major problem. Even if your system does not require major repairs, there could be parts that need to be changed.

During the inspections, we may find that certain parts require cleaning. The technician will ensure all components, ventilation, and piping is clean.

The goal of the tune-up is to make sure your equipment is prepared for the demands of the upcoming season.

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Why are tune-ups important?

Tune-ups not only provide some immediate benefits but also reduce the likelihood of any future problems.

Here are some of the tangible benefits:

  • improve efficiency and save money on energy costs;
  • maintain the warranty;
  • extend the life of your equipment;
  • prevent breakdowns and costly repairs;
  • protect your home.
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  • Heating
  • Cooling
  • All Seasons 

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        Tune-up FAQs

        What’s the difference between a service call and a tune-up?

        A tune-up is routine maintenance performed on functioning HVAC equipment. A service call is a diagnosis of non-functioning HVAC equipment. A service call often leads to repair. Tune-ups may or may not lead to a repair.

        How often should I have my equipment serviced?

        Heating and Air Conditioning equipment should be inspected, cleaned, and serviced at least twice a year. The best scenario is to have the heating system checked in the fall and the air conditioning checked in the spring.

        What are the benefits of regular tune-ups?

        Regular tune-ups will help to maintain safe operation, drastically reduce the chance of a break-down, and provide maximum efficiency which will lower energy costs. This can help you avoid high emergency repair bills, as well as periods of time with no cooling or heating in your home.

        What happens during a tune-up?

        A very thorough HVAC tune-up involves the completion of a variety of clean up and inspection tasks, and in some cases, some parts may be replaced. All the vital components will be checked.

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