ACT Key Appliance & Air Conditioning Service Areas
What makes central air conditioners such an attractive air conditioning option for homeowners is the consistency of their service. When the cold air is distributed through duct work, it keeps every room in your home relatively the same temperature. Although they can be a big initial investment, they also don’t make too much noise and are overall more efficient at keeping the indoor air comfortably cool. They also are excellent at cleaning the air because they remove dust and other airborne particles before they reach your home’s indoor climate.
Boilers are one of the oldest methods of heating homes. Typically found in homes with radiators, floor heating systems and in multi-residential buildings, a boiler heating system works by heating up the water supply and moving throughout the radiators in the home. The water circulates throughout your home, keeping it warm until it cools down, returns to the tank and starts the process over again.
Nothing sends a shiver down a homeowner’s spine quite like a malfunctioning furnace. Because these appliances may pose gas-related safety hazards and combustion threats, you should never feel hesitant to call in one of our HVAC contractors. All of our employees have received extensive training and they also have all the necessary insurances to make sure your home is protected in the event of an accident.
To make sure your heat pump continues to work at peak efficiency, it is important to provide it with regular maintenance. It’s no different than any other machine or appliance, it can succumb to wear and tear after extended use. But getting a professional to come take a look and provide preventative maintenance at least once a year can make sure that you don’t end up paying too much on your energy bills.
Of all the incredible inventions that have helped shape modern life, few are as important as the refrigerator. Because we no longer had to depend entirely on local perishables, food prices dropped due to availability and we now have access to a variety of foods that would have never been able to survive long journeys. And best of all, food waste has gone down significantly because spoilage has become so much easier to prevent.
Residential Air Duct Cleaning
The National Air Duct Cleaners Association recommends that you get your air ducts cleaned every three to five years. However, your unique situation could change the frequency. For example, if you have a serious sensitivity to dust, you may want to get your ducts cleaned annually.
Residential Hvac Maintenance
Though many homeowners don’t think about their HVAC until it starts acting up or malfunctioning, this can be a costly mistake. Because it provides your home with heating and cooling in extreme temperatures, you don’t want to be stuck with a system that’s not working when the weather turns for the worse.
Residential Hvac Repair
Replacing your filter regularly is one of the most important things you can do to extend the life and efficiency of your HVAC system. When air filters get bogged down by dust and other debris, it restricts the unit’s airflow, causing it to work much harder to circulate heat or cold air throughout your home. The strain can cause components to breakdown or overheat.
Residential Hvac Services
The most important thing for any HVAC system, be it residential or commercial, is to receive regularly scheduled maintenance from trained HVAC specialists. If you have opted for an HVAC system, you probably made your decision because of the efficiency benefits. However, there is only so much energy saving you can do without getting it looked at regularly.