The Basics of Heating and Cooling

Most residential preventive maintenance programs provide a heating checkup in the fall and a cooling inspection in the spring. During both seasonal inspections the major components are inspected for wear and corrosion, proper refrigerant levels are verified, filters are changed and needed cleanings are performed. These inspections are designed to leave your system in peak operating condition heading into severe weather.

Some customers choose not to purchase a preventive maintenance program in the hope that their system will survive another season. Unfortunately, this is much like choosing not to change the oil in your car – the negative results are predictable. Identifying problems before they become major can save thousands of dollars in needless repair costs.

If you are looking for a heating and cooling contractor to provide maintenance for your hvac system, call Tom's Mechanical, Inc. Tom's has been serving the needs of AC customers in Arlington for more than 50 years and is A+ rated by the Better Business Bureau.