Lincoln Way Heating and Cooling

What if we told you that you could breathe cleaner air, save money on an annual basis, and enjoy increased comfort and safety in your home? This is a reality for our customers who opt for annual maintenance. A team can’t emphasize enough the importance of regular HVAC maintenance, as it can greatly extend the life of your HVAC system and provide your family with invaluable peace of mind. Let’s evaluate the benefits of residential and commercial HVAC maintenance.

The main purposes of a Heating, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning (HVAC) system are to help maintain good indoor air quality (IAQ) through adequate ventilation with filtration and provide thermal comfort. HVAC systems are among the largest energy consumers in schools. The choice and design of the HVAC system can also affect many other high performance goals, including water consumption (water cooled air conditioning equipment) and acoustics. The following actions detail how engineers can design a quality system that is cost-competitive with traditional ventilation designs, while successfully providing an appropriate quantity and quality of outdoor air, lower energy costs and easier maintenance. Please go here to this link and know more about HVAC system maintenance for your home and business place.

Better Air Quality: woman with headache at workYour air conditioner may have more of an effect on your health than you realize. Managing your home's indoor air quality (IAQ) helps you avoid the immediate irritation and long-term health consequences of breathing in contaminants. One of the best steps you can take to influence the IAQ of your house is to have a professional inspect and clean your air ducts. Air ducts should be cleaned once every 3-5 years unless you have unique issues with your home or acute sensitivity to dust and pathogens. Individuals with asthma, allergies and respiratory problems will likely need more frequent visits or extra air filtration.

Protect the Environment: Along with carbon monoxide, refrigerant is an extremely toxic aspect of a heating and cooling system. Refrigerant is stored in the pipes and coils that cool your home's air. In older systems, R22 is used, a toxic chemical that damages the ozone layer and can cause severe health issues if inhaled. R22 is being phased out for the newer R410a, safer but still hazardous to humans, animals, and the environment. No matter which system you have, leaks are both dangerous and hard to detect. You may go a long time with a refrigerant problem without realizing that your system takes longer to cool. By having an inspection, you'll catch problems early, keeping you from overworking your system and creating a health risk. If they find an issue, your tech will fix and recharge your A/C, protecting your home and the environment.

Save Money On Future Energy Bills: First and foremost, preventative maintenance is an easy way to prevent unexpected breakdowns by as much as 95 percent. Because our team will be looking at your HVAC system on a regular basis, you won’t need heating and cooling repair service near Niles nearly as often. This allows us to catch any problems before they develop and take care of them before they progress into something more serious. In addition, monthly HVAC maintenance can cut down the cost of your monthly energy bill by as much as 30 percent. Maintenance allows your system to run at maximum efficiency.

Keep a Safer Home: Without heating system maintenance, the Missouri winter might take a toll on your plumbing. A frozen or burst pipe is a massive safety issue and an incredible expense, one that can be avoided by making sure your HVAC is in tip-top condition. A burst pipe is inconvenient, but there are more safety issues associated with your HVAC that need consideration. Your furnace and A/C rely on potentially dangerous features to heat and cool your home. You can address several safety concerns by having an HVAC technician perform regular inspections. Carbon monoxide is a normal product from a furnace generating heat, but in a properly sealed system, these gases are stored and released without entering the home. A crack in a heat exchanger, no matter how small, can cause fumes to invade living spaces while also creating a potential fire hazard.

Lincoln Way Heating and Cooling
20015 S. LaGrange Rd #1344 60423