Shavitz Heating and Air Conditioning Blog : Archive for the ‘Our Maintenance Plan’ Category

Heater Maintenance Steps: What Your Technician Checks

Monday, September 12th, 2016

One thing you’ll read a lot about on our blog is the importance of HVAC system maintenance. Just as you have your car tuned-up on a regular basis, you should have your home comfort system checked out and serviced as well. You wouldn’t want to be stranded somewhere with a broken-down car, nor would you want to be in the middle of winter without a functioning heating system.

While temperatures don’t quite necessitate the use of a heater yet, it’s not too early to start thinking about this service. Scheduling maintenance before you actually need to use your system is a key way to ensure you run into as little issues as possible when it comes time to turn the heater on this winter. But what does your technician actually do during this service? Keep reading to learn more.

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What Happens During Routine Ductless System Maintenance?

Monday, August 29th, 2016

We can’t stress just how important it is that you have preventive maintenance conducted on your ductless heating and cooling system. In order to get the best performance that your system has to offer, it’s vital that you invest in maintenance.

Many homeowners accept this at face value and schedule maintenance. However many others fear it may be a waste of their money. We understand, so we’ve shared some information below that indicates just how important maintenance is.

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Why Bi-Annual Maintenance for Your Heat Pump Is Essential

Monday, May 30th, 2016

While we are right in the middle of spring, summer will creep up on us before we know it and it will be time to get our homes prepared for the summer heat. One way to do this is by scheduling annual preventive maintenance to ensure that your air conditioning system is in good shape.

What if you use a heat pump system to stay cool though? You’re going to have more to consider if you want it to hold up well this season, since you use it all year long and not just for one season. Below, we’ve highlighted some reasons why heat pumps should be maintained twice as often as alternative heating and cooling systems.

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