With more than 70,000 HVAC systems installed in the metro area, Sun Heating & Cooling knows how to keep indoor air systems purring with cat-like smoothness. During a preventive maintenance inspection, one of Sun's experienced, trained technicians will conduct a visual inspection of your furnace or air-conditioning unit, checking all filters, parts, electrical connections, motors, and pulleys. If required, air-filter parts can be replaced and necessary repairs can be made for a 15% discount.
A proper furnace or air-conditioner cleaning and safety check will not only help your machine run more efficiently (and therefore save you money on utility bills), it will ensure that your seasonal survival boxes are free of harmful molds. You'll also head off expensive breakdowns and repairs with this dose of preventative maintenance. Among other things, Randazzo will replace filters, remove debris from the blowers, lubricate moving parts, and check the suction pressure throughout the system.
By regulation, the air inside airplanes is extremely clean. The founder of North Winds Heating & Cooling, Inc. knows this because he worked on maintaining the quality of aircraft for more than 12 years. When he turned his attention to the air inside homes, his high standards for quality came with him. Today, his team of technicians keeps indoor spaces safe and comfortable by servicing heating and cooling equipment as well as expertly installing brand-new units by Trane, Mitsubishi, and Noritz.
Sputtering air-conditioning and heating systems return to quiet, efficient form after Aire Serv of Mid Michigan's trained technicians perform comprehensive repair and maintenance services. During multi-point tune-ups, technicians measure room temperature, check the thermostat's pulse, make necessary adjustments, and lubricate parts. Before releasing heating and cooling equipment back into the wild, they test for carbon monoxide, sniff out issues such as faulty electrical wiring and flammable burner debris, and remove all anacondas from the ventilation ducts.
The ingredient list to make wines at DeAngelis Cantina del Vino Winery reads something like this: Grapes. That's it. The facility's refusal to use other additives–such as sulfites, preservatives, and glitter–means its bottles are filled with only all-natural flavors. Vintners who create all-natural wines believe good wine comes simply from healthy grapes aged in a vat. DeAngelis operates under that notion, all while producing the freshest, perhaps fruitier-than-usual varietals of cabernet sauvignon, merlot, zinfandel, and more.