STAY AHEAD OF THE GAME WITH EARLY HVAC INVOLVEMENT
This summer was a scorcher, but it’s finally starting to cool off. I can feel the change in the air, and I’m excited for things to cool off and the holidays to roll around. It’s hard to believe that we are getting ready to wave goodbye to 2023 and welcome 2024 — time flies!
I’m grateful for an amazing year thus far — we have been growing significantly. While we’ve met wonderful new customers, many of our clients have trusted us for years with their residential heating and cooling systems and invited us to work on their commercial buildings. Often, I get involved too late in the building process, or the space has already been built, and the layout just doesn’t make sense concerning proper heating and cooling systems.
I’ve worked on restaurants that shockingly didn’t have filters, office spaces that lacked proper ventilation, and a variety of questionable setups. Over the past year, I have worked on 5-6 commercial spaces with illogical system setups. This
picture shows how bad it can be. General contractors and inspectors typically don’t knowwhat is necessary for these
systems to operate properly. So if you have a space being built or recently purchased or rented a used location, contact me as early as possible so that, together, we can ensure everything is done properly to yield the best results! I want to ensure you are taken care of!
Lastly, I’d like to take a moment to discuss our maintenance program. While we are priced a bit higher than others, I want to stress that we pack in much more value. Many heating and cooling companies may only charge $45 for maintenance — but this is a fee to visibly inspect your system for problems noticeable to the naked eye. But there’s a big problem with that — many foreseeable complications aren’t apparent by just looking for them.
I recently performed maintenance on a system that looked functional at first glance. However, it wasn’t cooling, and after a chemical cleaning and adding three pounds of refrigerant, it started working again. Every maintenance appointment with us includes a chemical coil cleaning and topping off the refrigerant to ensure the system functions
properly all year. We diagnose problems before they inconvenience you — we take care of you!
I wish everyone a safe fall! Winter is on its way, so don’t forget to schedule your seasonal maintenance before it gets too cold!
P.S. Does anyone have connections
at Pope High School? I’d love to
get involved with sponsorship and support
our local schools. If you or anyone you know
can help, please give me a call and let me
know — I’d appreciate the help!