Archive for March, 2015

Being Smart About Money

Posted on: March 25th, 2015 by CCAir No Comments


As we discussed previously, many homeowners think that you save money by not servicing your furnace or air conditioner.  Many people believe that once you install a furnace or air conditioner that you simply use it until it dies. Some think that you are wasting cash by paying for a maintenance plan that you won’t use.

The exact opposite is true.

Unlike insurance policies where you might pay for decades or warranties on appliances that you never use, purchasing a maintenance plan extends the life of your current furnace and air conditioner.

Like we said before, it’s like maintaining your car. You can read more about the similarities here.  Our service technicians come out twice a year to review and clean out your system.  Cleaning your equipment accomplishes the following:

  • Reduces monthly utility bills
  • Extends the life of your equipment
  • Improves efficiency and safety
  • Can prevent possible problems
  • Improves air quality
  • Reduces airflow restrictions in your home
  • Cleans external & internal debris from your unit
  • Offers you a peace of mind

We will explain each of the above mentioned benefits for you in upcoming posts. Also, did you know we also offer plumbing and electrical services as well?  Stay tuned!

Are you saving money?

Posted on: March 12th, 2015 by CCAir No Comments


Why HVAC Servicing Actually Saves You Money

Many people think they are saving money by not having their heating and cooling units serviced.  However, the exact opposite is true.

Cleaning your heating and cooling units twice a year is like changing your oil in your car.  Do you know why changing the oil is so vital to keeping a clean engine?  Oil in your engine lubricates the metal parts in your engine so the parts work together well.  If you don’t, the oil breaks down over time, causing the metal parts to overheat and even destroy your engine!

Similarly, by maintaining the very units that service your home, you are actually saving money and saving excessive wear and tear on your units.

Stay tuned as we’ll be sharing ways to save money and become more energy efficient in your home!