Trust ARS/Rescue Rooter for HVAC Maintenance
Want the best from your HVAC equipment? Hoping to avoid emergency repairs this season? Call ARS/Rescue Rooter for expert HVAC maintenance.
We provide professional maintenance for your entire HVAC system. Our HVAC maintenance company can help to ensure that you get top output and efficiency from your equipment each season.
Call to Book an Appointment Today!
We take pride in our work by hiring technicians with excellent knowledge, the proper experience, and a track record of great customer service. To learn more or book an appointment for HVAC tune-up service, contact us today!
Our Exceptional Service Guarantee Helps Protect Your Investment
At ARS/Rescue Rooter, we are confident that we can meet your expectations from the first call to the end of the service. That’s why we offer an Exceptional Service Guarantee.
If you’re not satisfied with our work, we will do our best to identify the problems and work to set it right.
Requirements for the Guarantee
Our guarantee applies to certain services. Satisfaction is based on the terms listed in the written estimate, approved by you before the start of work. We honor the guarantee within one year of the service.
Benefits of Routine HVAC Maintenance
If you regularly schedule HVAC preventative maintenance service, you probably know how much it improves your home’s efficiency and comfort. A little of your time twice a year makes such a big difference.
If you don’t know much about heating and cooling maintenance service, you might not have seen how much you can get from the process. Here are just a few benefits of HVAC maintenance.
Lower Energy Costs
In peak condition, your HVAC system is designed to work at a certain level of output. HVAC maintenance helps to ensure that you stay at that level of output as long as possible.
When your system needs upkeep, you may notice that your energy bills will increase. You might be surprised by the benefits that you can see with a tune-up service.
Your HVAC system provides a certain level of efficiency as listed on the equipment. You should know that the SEER rating or AFUE is a maximum based on regular maintenance.
Efficiency determines how much output you get for the energy or fuel you use. Putting HVAC maintenance on your schedule twice a year can help you get the most every season.
Quicker Solutions to Problems
HVAC maintenance includes a set number of tasks that our technicians follow to inspect condition and ensure peak performance. It’s not uncommon to spot something that might become a bigger issue in time.
Our technicians often find problems you wouldn’t notice until they get much worse. The maintenance call can help you catch and fix the problem early.
Fewer Emergency Repairs
No one enjoys a horrible wait in the heat or cold for a technician to come and fix equipment that isn’t working at all. HVAC maintenance may help you avoid it in many cases.
By keeping a regular eye on your HVAC system, our technicians can assess condition and talk to you about concerns before the equipment reaches the breaking point. As a result, you could save money, time, and stress.
Typically, you can get 10 to 15 years from a piece of HVAC equipment. That estimate presumes that you have professional installation, proper use, and regular upkeep.
If you want the longest duration for the equipment, without compromising too much on output or efficiency, HVAC maintenance is key. Our technicians can help ensure that your equipment is working as it should throughout its lifespan.
Better Air Quality
HVAC systems are an important part of your home comfort, which includes indoor air quality. Your equipment is the major tool helping you to keep contaminants and allergens out of your indoor space.
A system that is well kept is more likely to operate as designed, with good filtering of your indoor air. If you have allergies or other sensitivities, HVAC maintenance could help to improve your symptoms.
Familiarity With Our HVAC Technicians
Having someone come to your home to perform upkeep is even better when you have a feeling for what you can expect. Signing up for our HVAC maintenance plans makes it easy.
If you ever need to call for repairs, regular maintenance gives you the peace of mind of knowing the caliber of the technicians who will perform the work. After all, you’ve already seen us in action.
Like most people, you count on your HVAC system to keep you comfortable in any weather. You would struggle to get through a hot summer or cold winter without it.
Knowing that your system is in good condition for the season does more than remove your stress. HVAC maintenance helps to ensure your comfort all year long.
Why is preventative maintenance important?
Preventative maintenance is important because it helps to ensure that your HVAC system is ready to handle the heating or cooling load throughout the season.
HVAC equipment contains a lot of parts that operate multiple times per hour throughout the day. That kind of use can cause certain parts to wear out. It is common to need to replace belts and ball bearings over time.
If they don’t get the proper cleaning, lubrication, or occasional repair and replacement, they may break down and cause other problems. It’s better to take care of it early, while you can.
Which equipment is included in regular maintenance?
HVAC maintenance service includes most aspects of your system, depending on the type of service and the season. The service involves inspecting, testing, and cleaning various parts.
We recommend scheduling maintenance twice a year, for the heating and cooling seasons. In fall, we focus on your furnace, heat pump, or other heating system. In spring, we can help ensure your air conditioner or heat pump is ready to go.
Before your appointment, confirm that your equipment is easy to access for service. You’ll make it easier for our technicians to do the work efficiently.
How do I know which filter I need?
The right kind of filter depends on your health and indoor air quality needs. Filter ratings range from 1 to 16, with the higher numbers eliminating more from the air.
If you feel that a standard filter isn’t meeting your needs, a media filter might be a good alternative. Media filters are made of pleated material that can catch debris and contaminants at a much higher rate than other types of filters.
Keep in mind that the highest level of filtration can decrease HVAC efficiency because the filter is harder to push air through.
What is involved with ductwork maintenance?
Most of the time, routine HVAC maintenance includes a general look at the ductwork to confirm that it is working correctly. It’s not the same as duct cleaning, which is a different service.
Duct cleaning involves inspecting the ductwork for dust and contaminants such as mold. If you’re trying to control asthma or other environmental health concerns, it might be a wise investment.
Your ductwork may not need cleaning unless your vents are particularly dirty or you’re installing a new HVAC system. If you’re not sure, call our technicians for an expert opinion.