YOU HAVE A $100 CREDIT FOR COOLING, HEATING, AND PLUMBING
With an intense passion to work with his hands and create meaningful relationships Ian left the corporate world several years ago to the HVAC industry. On a daily basis it is not uncommon for Ian’s customers to call in and share their positive experience with his knowledge and charisma. Ian was born in Duluth, Minnesota and has lived in Arizona for 37 years. When he’s not working he spends most of his time with his 3 children. Ian’s oldest son (20) is serving our country as a firefighter for the United States Air Force. His 19 year old daughter is aspiring to be a school teacher and currently works at an academic private school. Ian’s youngest daughter is 12 and currently contributing to creating more gray hairs
- Ian Millar, Arizona Resident for 37 years
SCHEDULE SERVICE OR A TUNE-UP!
Living in the desert certainly has its benefits, however, with the desert comes the heat. While we’re all aware the Arizona summer can be brutal, your home’s HVAC system is what makes it possible to live in this climate comfortably. Over the years it has become a necessity and it is crucial to maintain your system to ensure it is running at peak efficiency.
An inefficient unit will contribute to higher usage, as it will utilize more power to compensate for the desired temperature setting. A few warning signs that your unit is in bad health is to pay attention to the amount of time it is “running” and the frequency of, as well as the noise level.
Investing in a tune up for your system increases the longevity of the unit, restores lost efficiency, and aids in catching an issue before the system fails. Leading to increased cost to repair and being without air conditioning in the dead of summer is not fun!
* Helpful tips you can do yourself year-round to maintain your unit:
1. Gently hose down your unit, it will not damage it and will clean out dirt and debris. Avoid hard water pressure.
2. Replace the filters inside the unit and home every 1-3 months.
3. Clean up around the unit monthly to avoid debris and objects becoming clogged. It is recommended to keep a two foot clearance around the perimeter of the unit.