Did you know that regularly scheduled heating and cooling unit maintenance is a money saving activity?
Well-maintained HVAC systems can save homeowners several hundred dollars in operating bills in a typical year. For commercial clients, savings can easily extend to thousands of dollars.
Ongoing surveillance and maintenance also keeps units running effectively; reducing wear and tear in the process. With an effective service plan in place, home, business and property owners extend the lives of their systems and effectively reduce the frequency of far more expensive repairs and replacements.
To prevent problems and unwanted costs Honeycutt & Jones Heating & Cooling provides pre-seasonal service plan maintenance for your air conditioner and HVAC system. We follow an Energy Star recommended maintenance inspection to ensure a cost and energy efficient air conditioning unit and furnace.
Here are some of the things that we will check when doing maintenance on your system:
- Examine thermostat: Ensure that your thermostat settings are set so that you are comfortable when you are home and efficient when you are away.
- Check Electrical Connections: Any faulty connection could allow for unsafe operation of your system, wearing out major components.
- Lubricate moving parts: Friction increases the amount of electricity used.
- Check the system controls: Make sure that the on/off switch is working properly to ensure that your energy and your money is not being wasted.
As an added benefit, customers who take advantage of our service plan maintenance program also receive “first in line” service, whenever a repair or replacement need arises. When the weather is at it’s most challenging, there’s a lot to be said for receiving the fastest HVAC service possible.
Honeycutt & Jones HVAC is proud to serve residents and businesses throughout the Research Triangle in cities and towns including Raleigh, Cary, Apex, Chapel Hill, Durham, Garner, Holly Springs, Fuquay Varina, Wake Forest, Morrisville, Clayton, North Raleigh, Carrboro, Wendell, Rolesville and Zebulon.