HVAC Maintenance in Utah County
A home heating and cooling system is a substantial investment, therefore it is most likely the case that you want to make the most out of your HVAC unit by prolonging its life as much as possible. Proper maintenance is an essential part of ensuring the performance and longevity of your HVAC unit. Unfortunately, with so many companies out there providing HVAC repair and maintenance services, it is hard to know who you can trust in the long run. Ideally, you should find an HVAC contractor that understands your needs, and does a consistent job each and every time so that you will not need to constantly look for a new company to service your unit every spring and fall. Ecolife Heating And Air Conditioning was founded with the primary goal of customer satisfaction in mind. We have forged a name for ourselves as Utah County’s proven HVAC maintenance specialist. Our dedication to quality workmanship, attention to detail and consistency has secured Ecolife Heating And Air Conditioning as Utah County’s number one choice for quality HVAC maintenance and repair.
A Service You Can Count On
The purpose of HVAC maintenance is to maintain and prolong the efficiency and life of your HVAC system and to avoid failures, breakdowns and repairs by taking preventative measures. As your local Utah County specialist, we strive to form a working relationship with you so as to get to know your HVAC unit and its unique features so that every time we come, we know exactly where to begin. This will save you time and money in the long run.
At Ecolife Heating And Air Conditioning, we always recommend that our Utah County clients have their HVAC units serviced at least once a year, and for units that perform both heating and cooling functions, twice a year. Once before winter and once before summer. This will ensure that everything is in working order before the two most extreme seasons of the year. During your maintenance appointment, our certified, licensed and experience team members will perform a full diagnostic test on your system. This will include:
- Checking all electrical wiring to ensure proper communication between the furnace and the thermostat.
- Cleaning, inspecting and performing any necessary reparations on all mechanical parts of your HVAC unit.
- Checking all grills, vents, returns, filters and air ducts for debris, leakage as well as wear and tear.
These are just some of the specialized maintenance checks we will perform on your system. It is recommended to always have your Utah County expert perform these duties on your system, as only someone who is a licensed and certified HVAC specialist knows the intricacies of an HVAC system and can perform these duties safely and effectively. In addition to your annual maintenance checkup, you can employ some easy and effective tips at home to supplement your service. These include checking your unit for dust, debris, dirt, excessive noise and unusual sounds. It also is recommended to keep your outdoor units free of leaves, dirt and dust as much as possible.