Roth Heating & Cooling's team of skilled technicians tidy up and refine climate-control systems, performing cosmetic as well as mechanical services intended to promote peak performance. A precision tune-up includes a cleaning and adjusting of the blower components, plus a cleaning of any condenser and evaporator coils. Keen eyes will then scrutinize the heat exchanger, burners, and condensate drains, confiscating any dirt-based contraband found along the away. Moving parts will be lubricated and all electrical connections will be tightened before standard filters are cleaned or replaced. Afterward, staff will check thermostat operation, measure amp draws, calculate temperature drop across the coil or furnace, and compile this data into a haiku written in binary code. Finally, the safeties receive a thorough testing and nimble hands clean the equipment cabinets inside and out before Roth's team vanishes into thin air.
Because Steven Green, owner of 72 Degrees Heating and Air Conditioning, is so concerned with customer safety and satisfaction, all of the company’s technicians carry not only the Technician Seal of Safety—which denotes high industry standards in background checks, drug testing, and training—but also NATE (North American Technician Excellence) certifications. These technicians arrive at homes to perform repairs or preventative maintenance on indoor heating and cooling systems, ensuring that harsh weather never bothers homeowners unless they like to bathe in the yard. They’ve done plenty right so far—the technicians, who are also factory trained and certified in the use of infrared-camera inspection systems, earned four Angie’s List Super Service Awards between 2009 and 2010.
Bull Mountain owner Jack Hansen has stayed true to a simple principle in his 45 years in the HVAC industry—make things as easy as possible on the customer. In fact, he often attempts to talk customers through simple fixes of their heating or cooling problems over the phone before sending out a technician. Since Hansen understands that homeowners may not always keep detailed records of their home-maintenance histories, he directs his staff to perform a diagnostic program with more than a dozen points during every service call. But Jack sees the bigger picture, too. To reduce energy costs and help the environment, he has aligned himself with Energy Star, a government program designed to promote energy-efficient practices and prevent local utility companies from turning off the stars.
Clients of Aire Serv of Marion County don't have to fret if they have an AC or heating emergency in the middle of the night. That's because Aire Serv technicians are available 24 hours a day, every day of the year. The technicians also perform routine maintenance, repairs, and installations, grant energy-efficient upgrades, and clean air ducts, all while charging by the job, which saves their customers overtime fees.
For more than 20 years, Woodward Heating, Inc. has dispatched North American Technician Excellence?certified techs to service furnaces and air conditioners or install Lennox heating and cooling systems. The crew can fix gas, oil, and electric furnaces from any brand. They also install garage doors and clean ducts, banishing dust for easier breathing. Free in-home estimates precede the services, and a lifetime guarantee on their workmanship ensures satisfaction for all mortal clients.