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When your heating and cooling system is flawless, you can focus on what really count
When your heating and cooling system is working properly, you can focus on what really counts


Heating & Cooling

2x Each Year

Schedule a service appointment in the spring and fall to prepare for both heating and cooling season.

Air Conditioner

1x Each Year

Service your air conditioner in late winter or early spring, before cooling season.


1x Each Year

Schedule an appointment in late summer or early fall, before heating season.


Keep your heating and cooling system running smooth by following these maintenance tips and scheduling regular service checkups before heating and cooling season. Your system will last longer and run more efficiently if cared for properly.

Outdoor Maintenance Spring/Fall
  • Clean any dirt, leaves and debris outside the main cabinet.
  • Inspect the base pan for blocked drain openings.
  • Inspect the coil and cabinet for any holes and leaks.
  • Inspect the fan blades while they’re in motion and stationary to determine wear and damage.
  • Inspect and clean outside of control box associated with unit.
Indoor Maintenance Spring/Fall
  • Clean or replace filters.
  • Check for leaks in the ductwork.
  • Check for any unusual odors when your system starts.
  • Listen for abnormal noises when your system starts.
  • Inspect your control box wiring and connections.


Here are a few tasks that you can do regularly to help your system run efficiently all year long.

  • Inspect the return air filter every month and replace it as needed.
  • Keep vegetation 18 inches away from each side of the outdoor unit.
  • Clean debris away from the compressor to maintain proper airflow.
  • Tell your technician if you hear any unusual noises.


Even if you schedule all routine service checks and follow our preventive maintenance checklists, sometimes heating and cooling systems break down. It’s important to know what to listen and look for and what problems need immediate attention.

Contact a dealer
  • If your energy bills increase but your usage rate remains the same.
  • If your air conditioner or furnace can’t keep a consistent comfort level.
  • If you notice bent or damaged fins or other parts of your outdoor unit.
  • If any part of your furnace has been under water.
  • If you notice an electrical burning smell. Turn off your unit immediately.
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