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You may have some questions that arise when you search “HVAC companies near me.” Luckily for you, your local HVAC company in Fremont is here to answer the most common questions we get:
On average, air conditioning units last 12-15 years, while heating systems last 20-25 years. If your HVAC systems are not receiving regular maintenance, it is likely they will not last this long! It’s very important to get your systems checked consistently. Generally, furnace systems should be checked in the fall and cooling systems should be checked in the spring. Equipment should be serviced at least once a year to get the maximum efficiency and longevity.
If your current system is older, you should definitely consider the costs of repair versus the savings of purchasing a new system. Often, repair will ultimately cost you more than replacement – especially if your system is older. Older systems tend to use more energy than modern alternatives. New options can be up to 60% more energy-efficient. If your air conditioning or heating unit is 10 years or older, replacing your system should be considered. Also, consider your comfort level! Are you getting the desired heating and cooling from your system? With our cost-benefit analysis, we’ll advise you on your options with repairing or replacing.
There are many energy-saving options to take advantage of today. These include upgrading to a high-efficiency system, installing ceiling fans to change the direction of airflow, closing vents in less-used rooms, adjusting temperatures by just a few degrees while out of the house (up in the summer and down in the winter), changing your air filter regularly, and installing a programmable thermostat. Our AIS Heating & Air Conditioning team guarantees energy savings with our services! Choose us for your HVAC needs in the Fremont area.
Tune-ups can ensure that your systems are working efficiently. A professional will come in and check to make sure the key components of your HVAC system are working properly and make adjustments when needed. Some things we check are carbon monoxide emissions, leaks, unit wiring, and the ignition system.
Dust and debris can disrupt a system’s airflow, so filters should be regularly cleaned on both indoor and outdoor units. Refrigerant levels, clean coils, and bulb temperatures should also be regularly inspected. Specific to cooling systems, evaporator and condenser coils should be cleaned – as should the blower component. For heating systems, the gas and oil connection should be regularly maintained, as well as the gas pressure and heat exchanger.
Changing filters is absolutely critical. One of the biggest reasons changing filters is significant is that it improves the indoor air quality by keeping your house free of germs and dust. Cleaning out the filters also increases the life of your system while keeping it running at its peak efficiency. If a filter is left unchanged for a long enough amount of time, so dirt and allergens build up, your system can fail altogether. Another benefit to changing your filters is that it’ll ultimately save you money and reduce your monthly bills!
Stop looking up “HVAC companies near me.” Give us a call today for a free estimate (on installation or replacement), in your home or place of business. We look forward to adding you to our list of happy customers. Find out the difference at AIS – 510-518-3543.
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