Air Conditioner, Heat Pump & Furnace Maintenance Plans in Conroe, The Woodlands, Bryan & College Station, TX
You rely on your home or business’s heating and cooling system to keep you comfortable inside on even the most unpleasant of days. It’s important that your HVAC system work reliably and efficiently to meet your comfort demands. Whether you’ve just had a new AC unit installed or moved into a home with an existing central air system, keeping up with maintenance will help to protect your home’s value while providing for enhanced comfort.Learn more about us.
Meeting Your HVAC Maintenance Needs
At Malek Heating & Air, we know that meeting the comfort demands of your family or your employees is very important to you. You want to be sure that your HVAC system provides for the best in heating and cooling without breaking the bank. One of the best ways to protect your HVAC system and provide for your own comfort is to take care of regular heating and cooling maintenance tasks.
During a maintenance appointment, your technician will conduct a thorough visual inspection of your HVAC system. Your technician will then clean and lubricate system components, alerting you to any repair needs along the way. Refrigerant levels in your system will also be checked during the maintenance service appointment.
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How Do I Know if it’s Time for HVAC Maintenance?
Many home and business owners know that regular HVAC maintenance is important, but they aren’t sure of how often service tasks need to be performed. We recommend having a system tune-up completed at least twice a year, once before the cooling season and once before the heating season. If you haven’t had maintenance work done on your unit in the last year, it’s a good idea to call us today and set up an appointment.
Why Should I Choose Preventive Maintenance?
If you’ve taken time to look through your AC or heating unit’s owner’s manual, you’ve likely noticed a service or maintenance schedule. Regular service is designed to keep your unit in good, working condition
- Increased system efficiency
- Extended operating life
- Early detection of mechanical problems
- Calibration of your system to ensure that it truly meets your comfort needs.