Seasonal preventative maintenance on your HVAC system is imperative for efficient operation and quality airflow. Miller’s Services has experienced technicians who can ensure your HVAC system is running at optimal performance and that you are ready for the next upcoming season. Whether you are preparing for the winter or summer season in Virginia, a check-up prior to each is the best way to ensure you and your family don’t end up in an emergency situation with your unit during extremely low or peak temperatures. Miller’s Services will make sure your comfort level is kept at the status quo year-round.
Why is seasonal preventative maintenance of your HVAC system a good idea?
There are many reasons why completing seasonal preventative maintenance to your HVAC system is a good idea. Common benefits include, but are not limited to:
- Long-term cost savings
- Preventing larger maintenance issues and repairs
- Maintaining or increasing the efficiency of your HVAC unit
- Ensure ideal comfort settings
You invest a lot of money and time into your home. Why not put some of those resources toward the mechanical systems that keep your home cozy and comfortable?
When should I schedule a seasonal maintenance service?
The best time to schedule a preventative seasonal maintenance appointment for your HVAC system is prior to the upcoming peak heating or cooling season. Our technicians will give your HVAC system a comprehensive inspection and consult with you about any suggested improvements or maintenance.
As an added bonus – we have Total Care Club Memberships that allow us to take care of all your home needs, including seasonal HVAC Maintenance.
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What does seasonal maintenance service include?
Through our Total Care Club, or any other seasonal maintenance plan, Miller’s Services provides a comprehensive seasonal inspection to keep your system in the best shape. Any check-up by our team will include (but is not limited to) the following:
- Cleaning or replacing filters
- Tightening electrical connections
- Cleaning and inspecting coils
- Verifying operating temperatures
- Checking refrigerant pressures
- Replacing parts that are showing wear and tear
- Lubricating moving parts
Of course, this list of items is not all-inclusive and any work that may need to be done on your HVAC system will only be completed once you, the property owner, are consulted. We would love to work with you and take care of your HVAC system.