Join the Comfort Club for Your Spring AC Maintenance (And More!)

Monday, March 18th, 2019

air-conditioning-maintenance-technician-checks-mainfoldWe want you to have the best possible cooling in your house during the upcoming summer. The best way for us to help you to prep your central air conditioning system is with a visit from one of our technicians. All you have to do is join our Comfort Club and you’ll receive the regular air conditioning maintenance in Salt Lake City, UT you need each year. Plus, you’ll get a lot more, as we’ll get into below.

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Is It Time for a New AC System?

Tuesday, April 10th, 2018

air-conditioning-system-outdoor-cabinetThere’s no such thing as “the last air conditioning system you’ll ever need to buy.” No air conditioner can last forever, and even the most effective and efficient model will one day start to decline from age to the point where it’s more economic to put in a new system.

Spring is a good time to ask yourself if your home’s air conditioner can make it through another summer. If you don’t think it will, or if the AC costs more to keep, then it’s best to have the new system in place before the serious heat arrives. We have some tips about air conditioning in Salt Lake City, UT that can help you know when your AC is ready to retire. Call us when you need an expert opinion: we’ll repair or replace the system—whatever is best for you.n We put customers first!

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Start Planning for Spring with Our Maintenance Program

Monday, February 19th, 2018

HVAC-maintenance-sessionIs mid-February the right time to start thinking about dealing with the hot summer weather? From the point of view of your HVAC system and the people who care for it, it definitely is! The best time to have your HVAC system maintained is in the early spring, which is just around the corner. This is a slower time for heating and air conditioning technicians, who must deal with far fewer emergency calls. You’ll be able to schedule a convenient time to have your spring maintenance done—and you’ll have a jump on the first hot weather of the year, which can arrive long before summer.

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