We provide the Sherborn area with services designed to improve the efficiency of your home's climate. Whether you need repair or replacements, we can provide exactly what your home needs. Want to see what other residents of the Sherborn, MA area have been saying about us? Click to visit our page.
Benefits of working with us:
You should have a professional run routine maintenance at least once a year, typically at the end of Summer. You will need your unit to be in peak working condition at the beginning of the Winter.
Routine maintenance includes cleaning and removing any debris. We check the electrical output and oil all major parts to ensure that none of them are showing signs of wear and tear.
The condensation pan is also cleaned and any debris removed, this way it won’t back up with water. The control panels and thermostat are checked to make sure they are working properly and the air filter changed. We encourage you to invest in this service from us now. Many of the calls we receive in the Winter months could have been avoided with regular maintenance.
As with everything else in your home, there are several factors that help determine how long your furnace or heating unit is going to last. If you live in a colder climate with long Winters, it will get more use than it would in a warmer climate, typically causing it to wear out faster. Routine maintenance and replacement of worn parts can extend the life of your unit and help increase its efficiency.
The average lifespan of a furnace is typically 15 years. However, it is important to remember that each year, the manufacturers come out with new models that offer better efficiency. If you have a 10-year old furnace that needs extensive work, you might be better off in the long run replacing it with a new model.
If your furnace needs repair work or to be replaced, then it will let you know in small ways. The trick is recognizing those signs.
Saving on your Winter heating costs is important. One of the best ways to save on your monthly bill is to have your unit cleaned and checked out each year before the Winter season. You will want to change your air filters every 3 months.
A programmable thermostat is a great way to save and not heat an empty house. If your attic does not have insulation, it is a great idea to install it to lower your heating costs. A lot of heat might be escaping through your windows and chimneys, so installing energy efficient window and having your chimney are great ways to save more money.
How often should you maintain your AC?
It’s easy to forget to maintain or service your air conditioner when it appears to be in working order, but it’s always a good idea to do so at least once a year. Most importantly, you should always try to service it during the Spring to ensure that it’s ready to operate during the warmest months of the year.
Even if it seems as though your air conditioner is functioning with no problems, it’s likely that in that time, the air filter is collecting a build-up of dirt and dust and the inner parts are becoming dirty and losing efficiency.
In actuality, there are many factors that go into determining how long an air conditioning unit can last. These include how durable the unit is, how often it is being used, how hard it usually works, and how well it is being taken care of.
You can expect a durable air conditioner that is regularly serviced to last around for around 12 years. Having an air conditioner regularly serviced is a lot like keeping the oil in a car regularly changed, it’ll help keep it running efficiently and you can expect to see results from it. An efficient unit will not be as expensive when the heating bill comes around, and you can expect the air to be much cleaner as well.
An air conditioner works by drawing air in, filtering it so that it is free of dust and dirt, and dispersing it evenly throughout the house. The filter catches the dirt and debris, thereby keeping the air inside of the home as clean as possible
When an air filter sustains a significant build-up of dirt and dust, the efficiency of the unit decreases, and the inner parts and air ducts are vulnerable to becoming dirty. Ultimately, keeping the air filter changed in an air conditioning unit will prolong the life of the system, saving you a significant amount of money in the long run.
Lastly, you can save quite a bit of money on your electric bill by utilizing a few methods for cutting cooling costs.
Saving money whenever we can is a huge part of being a homeowner. Take advantage of these tips and you’ll be able to save up to 30% on your electric bill instantly.
Enjoy the comfort of your home by having the temperature exactly where you want it. Give us a call at (617)415-1522 and learn about how we can help you. Click to view our that you can take advantage of.