Preventative HVAC Maintenance 2017-08-09T10:46:32+00:00

Preventative HVAC Maintenance

Steve is working on a HVAC maintenance check

We recommend to our customers, both commercial and residential, that they invest in preventative HVAC maintenance for their home or business. Why? Because the bottom line is that it’s cheaper to prevent a problem than it is to fix it later. By allowing our expert repair technicians to inspect your furnace, air handler, or AC unit, you’re allowing us to save you money and stress later on down the road.

We offer maintenance plans that work according to your individual needs and schedule, providing more frequent maintenance visits for HVAC systems that see heavy use. If you want to make sure your HVAC system keeps working as best as it can for as long as it can, then you want to call AIM Building Services now. Schedule an introductory visit with one of our friendly representatives online or via phone.

We Keep Your HVAC Running Right

No matter what type of equipment you have, we’ll make sure it’s running properly:

  • Air conditionersJim is repairing an air conditioning unit
  • Air handlers
  • Furnaces and heaters
  • Condensers
  • Heat pumps
  • Boilers
  • And more

Our extensive preventative maintenance checklist includes the following:

  • Blower assembly inspection
  • Fan belt inspection
  • Combustion blower housing check
  • Condensate drain line and pan inspection
  • Evaporator coil check
  • Gas leak inspection
  • Burner assembly cleaning and adjustment
  • Safety control inspection
  • air filter change on a HVAC unitHeating element inspection
  • Flue system check
  • Air filter replacement
  • Ductwork inspection
  • Leak detection
  • Thermostat check
  • Dry and wet bulb temperature check
  • Refrigerant level check
  • Gas pressure check
  • Vent system check
  • Check for abnormal sounds or odors

Benefits of Regular AC and Heater Maintenance

How can preventative maintenance help you? Here are a few benefits:

  • Increased lifespan of your HVAC system
  • Catch small errors before they become big ones
  • Prevent extensive damages
  • Save money in the long run
  • Ensure your home is safe from gas leaks or fires caused by faulty electrical wiring

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