HVAC maintenance Virginia

Posted By on June 5, 2017

HVAC contractors say that a homeowner should have their heating, air conditioning and ventilation system checked at least twice a year, once before the cooling season and once before the heating season. To that end, our professionals at Art Newsome Inc. offer our customers two kinds of check-ups. There’s our 18 point standard check-up and our 47 point precision tune-up. Both of these systems make sure that our customer’s HVAC system is ready for both the hot summers and the cool winters of Virginia.

Our professionals are up to date with the latest technologies and techniques when it comes to checking and repairing a modern HVAC system. We are able to troubleshoot any type of heater, whether it be forced air, steam, hot water or solar. Our professionals have been trained in the somewhat more complicated job of tuning and repairing a customer’s air conditioning unit. Part of our 18 point check-up includes:

• Making sure the condensate drain and outdoor coil work properly
• Checking the blowers and motors and cleaning them out if necessary
• Cleaning or replacing old filters in time for the new season
• Checking that moving parts and bearings are well lubricated
• Making sure that ducts are sealed tight and that panels are secured
• Making sure the thermostat is operating properly and is the right temperature

We also make a point to check the electrical system as part of HVAC maintenance Virginia. This means inspecting fuses, wiring, connections, safety circuits and voltage and amperage to the motors and compressors. Sometimes whether a system heats or cools the way it should boils down to faulty wiring.

Not only do we offer our customers our meticulous check-ups and tune-ups, but we’re open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Emergencies always seem to wait until the middle of the night or the weekend to happen! We offer warranties on our repairs that can last as long as five years. Our workers are factory trained and certified by North American Technician Excellence and have undergone extensive background checks. They’re tidy and courteous and clean up after themselves. It’s surprising how many other HVAC contractors are not and do not! If our professionals are late to an appointment, we happily waive the customer’s diagnostic fee.

Hampton, Virginia residents who want the peace of mind of having their HVAC checked for the season shouldn’t hesitate to call Art Newsome, Inc. Our number here is 1-844-250-6234.

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