As Benjamin Franklin said, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Same idea applies to your central heater and air conditioner maintenance. Think of it as an oil change for your auto, which improves your car's engine performance, maximizes your gas millage and minimized down time by avoiding unnecessary repairs.
Dirt and neglect are the top causes for heating and cooling failure. One of the most important steps you can take to prevent future problems and unwanted costs is regular maintenance. When done properly, maintaining your system will save you money on energy bills and help your system last longer. Below are the benefits of our Heating and Air Conditioner Maintenance Program for you and your HVAC equipment:
Improves System Efficiency - Improves efficiency of your system operation, which in return reduces your energy bill.
Improves Air Quality - Improve the air quality inside your home with clean filters.
Peace of Mind - Automatic, periodic inspections,lubricating, adjusting and cleaning of your equipment keeps it running at peak,trouble-free efficiency. Potential problems are spotted before they can cause trouble.
Priority Emergency Service - Should you have a breakdown,our own dispatched service technicians will respond to your call as a priority service call. We service our Preferred Plan Service customers first.
Automatic Reminders - we contact you when it is time for inspections (Spring and/or Fall)
Discount on Repairs - When you become LA Construction,Heating and Air Preferred Plan Service Policy holder you are entitled to repair discounts.
Longer Product Life - A known fact that regular maintenance and service on mechanical equipment prolongs its life: it also keeps the equipment at peak efficiency and lowers your utility bill.
Two maintenance calls each year - one each heating and cooling season. Purpose: to inspect and to advise you of any needed repair (no repairs are made without your approval); and to prevent breakdown and maintain efficiency. Our inspections and checks include:
AC Tune-Up Includes:
Maintenance can help spot small problems before they become large and costly repairs. One of the most important steps you can take to prevent future problems and unwanted costs is regular maintenance. Learn more...
As part of our ac maintenance we replace filters, change system components, check refrigerant charge and clean condensate drain line. Apart from our bi-annual residential plans, we also offer custom quotes. Contact us today to see how we can fit your needs.
With the large selection of filters available for HVAC systems we understand if you feel unsure of which filter is best for your system. Things to consider when selecting a filter are disposable vs reusable filters, pleated vs non-pleated filters, filter size and efficiency. Learn more...
Dirt and neglect are the top causes for heating and cooling failure. To maintain efficiency and reduce heating and cooling costs keep your system on a regular maintenance schedule. Learn more...
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Showed up right on time and did great work quickly and with no mess. Took the extra time to explain the changes to me and help me figure out how to work the new system. Couldn't be happier!Review by Sarah S.
They get 5 stars for promptness, cleanliness, expertise, niceness, friendliness etc. We are very happy with their service and have already referred them to friends! Jun was so nice and we love our nest thermostats! I would give them more stars if I could!Review by Pamela K.
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