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What You Can Expect from Our HVAC System Tune-Up

Maintenance Includes:

  • Inspecting every part and machinery of the system
  • Making sure all working parts are complete and functioning
  • Replacing the standard 1″ air filter
  • Cleaning and adjusting any loose parts
  • Testing the unit’s safety controls
  • Checking for leaks or other minor problems

Whether your HVAC system is new or has been with you for years, our team can get started on your regular maintenance. We can even schedule the next one right away so you don’t forget or worry about it in the future.

No Breakdown Guarantee Included!

If your cooling system breaks down this season for any reason after our tune-up, we’ll credit the cost to a future service!

What Are the Benefits of Regular Tune-Ups?

When it comes to their HVAC systems, many homeowners figure, if it isn’t broken, why fix it? However, there are many advantages to regular system maintenance that you may be missing out on.

Some of the benefits of regular system tune-ups include:

  • Improved efficiency and performance of your heating and air conditioning system
  • Extended lifespan of your equipment
  • Decreased likelihood of future problems/need for repairs
  • Overall improvements in indoor air quality

By performing routine maintenance service, our technicians are able to catch minor issues before they have the chance to develop into much larger, more expensive problems. We can also work to maximize your air conditioner’s efficiency and power, meaning you stay more comfortable all year round.

How We Work & Clean for You

Every one of our expert technicians employs Gold Medal’s cleanliness best-practices, including:

  • Using shoe covers and drop cloths in homes
  • Using waterless soap, hand sanitizer, and disinfectant surface wipes on every job
  • Frequent cleaning of hands, tools, and work surfaces
  • Sick workers are staying home and being paid for sick time

We care about the health of our team, and how their health may affect you. That’s why we ask all technicians to closely monitor their own health and follow CDC guidelines on identifying symptoms, medical testing, and self-isolation.