HVAC Services FAQ
HVAC stands for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning. HVAC technicians are trained to work on heating units, furnaces, heat pumps, air conditioners, air purifiers, ducts and ventilation shafts, and anything else related to the heating, cooling, or air quality of a home or business.
You should get HVAC service at least once or twice a year to stay ahead of any potential issues. You should also call a service technician if you notice odd smells, inefficient heating or cooling, or any other issues with your HVAC system.
Getting a more efficient HVAC system can help you bring down the energy costs you see in your monthly utility bills. You might also consider switching the type of heating system that you use to look for a more cost-effective solution.