The Air-duct are the respiratory systems of your home. They can become contaminated, congested, and eventually spread into the air. HCR are trained to renew and disinfect the air-ducts so they emit the highest quality indoor air in the most efficient manner.
You should consider having the air ducts in your home cleaned if:
- There is substantial visible mold growth inside hard surface (sheet metal) ducts or on other components of your heating and cooling system.
- Ducts are infested with vermin, (rodents or insects).
- Ducts are clogged with excessive amounts of dust and debris and/or particles are actually released into the home from your supply registers.
- We are trained and certified to repair and replace all types of equipment.
- We provide services that clean, adjust, and tune your system to operate more efficiently.
- We professionally replace gas furnaces, air conditioners, heat pumps, electric furnaces and air handlers with the industry’s leading brands.
- We use nothing but the leading brands.
- We are trained to service repair or replace your water heater.
We Service All Makes And Brands
Before you call for service, check these simple items first
- Is the thermostat set to the cool or heat position?
- Is the temperature set above or below the room temperature, (below room temperature for cooling, above room temperature for heating)?
- Are the breakers and disconnects turned on and / or are the fuses okay?
- Does your air filter need to be replaced or cleaned?
Helpful tips for better comfort and efficiency
- Clean or replace your filters frequently. Dirty filters will lower the performance and efficiency of your cooling and heating system, increasing your utility bill and could possibly cause damage to your system.
- Don’t turn your air conditioning system off. When you are away, your home will soak up the heat and become more difficult to cool, so it is best to leave your thermostat where you are most comfortable. If you need to change the temperature, adjust your thermostat only 2 to 4 degrees different than what you normally prefer to keep it at. This also applies to your heating system. If you have a programmable thermostat, be sure not to exceed a 2 to 4 degree setback temperature as well.