Expert Furnace Maintenance in Dayton, OH
When it comes to promoting seasonal maintenance on a home heating system, sometimes an HVAC contractor will paint a worse-case scenario for customers to try to sell their service. At Greater Dayton Furnace & Air Conditioning, we aren’t interested in using fear to sell anything, especially when it’s something that we believe pays for itself over the course of your furnace’s lifetime. Moreover, it’s also something required by furnace manufacturers to keep warranties valid on new systems. Learn more about the benefits of Furnace Maintenance services from Greater Dayton Furnace & Air Conditioning and schedule today!
We are the Experts in Quality Air Conditioning Maintenance in Dayton, Ohio
When they are working efficiently and pumping out cool air, a lot of people don’t give their air conditioning systems a great deal of thought or consideration.
Nevertheless, our home cooling systems work endlessly — day and night, weekends and holidays — to cool our homes. And not only do they offer cool air conditioning during those hot months of summer, but also they reduce humidity. As is often the case, a lot of people take their air conditioning units for granted until there’s a problem. When something goes wrong and we lose our cool air during the months of June, July and August, it’s definitely a problem.
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In order to avoid A/C breakdowns and keep home cooling equipment running smoothly for years to come, we offer low-cost air conditioner maintenance services that essentially pay for themselves.
Having an HVAC technician perform routine air conditioning maintenance performed on a regular bases goes a long way to preserve equipment, prevent problems, prolong equipment lifespans and keep home cooling costs in check. Our seasonal maintenance includes an air conditioner tune-up in which your A/C components are cleaned, serviced and checked for safety and durability. Preventative maintenance goes a long way in protecting all your air conditioner’s components, including ac compressors, ac condensers, ac coils, fans and refrigerants.
Why Choose Greater Dayton Furnace & Air Conditioning in Dayton, Ohio & Surrounding Areas
If you’re looking for a home heating and cooling team you can trust, you need look no further than Greater Dayton Furnace & Air Conditioning — where our mission is your comfort.
Because we are always here and ready when you need us, all you have to do is give us a call. Trust us, we’ve seen it all. No job is too big or too small. Our home heating and cooling specialists have the low prices you want, the high-quality HVAC services you need and the superior home comfort you deserve.
We are fully insured, NATE-certified, and we have a long proven track-record of superior customer care. On top of that, we always guarantee customer satisfaction and stand behind every job we do. We offer homeowners in the Delaware, Franklin and Fairfield County areas 24-hour emergency HVAC services 365 days a year, including weekends and holidays. We sell, install, service and repair all the major brands of home heating and cooling equipment (heat pumps, furnaces, heating systems and air conditioners) with the latest cutting-edge HVAC technology. When you call us out to your Central Ohio area home to work on your heater or A/C or install a new HVAC system, you are treated with the utmost professionalism, the utmost care and friendliness by a tried-and-tested employee of our family company who’s state-certified and who we have vetted, drug tested, and screened above and beyond the state’s requirements. The reason we screen our employees like this, and train them further in house, is because we want to make sure we are sending you the absolute best the local HVAC industry has to offer.
And we don’t stop there. Because home comfort is our calling, we want you to live in comfort all year long. So pick up that phone. With us, comfort is always a fast and easy phone call away.
Call us today at (937) 412-2939 or click here to schedule an affordable HVAC service today.
We Service All HVAC Brands
If it’s an HVAC system, we can service it! Some of the name brands you might have on your HVAC equipment include big names like: Carrier, Amana, American Standard, Bryant, Armstrong, Goodman, Coleman, Comfort-Aire, Frigidaire, Kelvinator, LG, Lennox, Maytag, Mitsubishi, Rudd, Rheem, Tempstar, Trane, York and Westinghouse. With all the brands we carry and install, the HVAC equipment manufacturers extend a 10-year warranty on all the parts and equipment that go with their home HVAC equipment.
Understanding the Importance of Furnace Maintenance
As a homeowner, it’s important to understand what makes furnace maintenance such a big deal that all the experts emphasize it should be done prior to every home heating season.
Safety should always be a top priority when it comes to any sort of heat-generating equipment, especially a gas furnace. Because most of the heating systems we work on are fueled by natural gas, its important homeowners have these systems checked regularly.
During a furnace maintenance visit, our top-notch technicians inspect gas lines and heat exchangers to find carbon monoxide leakage.
Keep the Warranty Valid
Anytime a homeowner has a new furnace installed, the manufacturers require their customer to have preventative maintenance performed by a certified HVAC technician every year to keep warranties valid. If a customer fails to do this, even if they forget to schedule maintenance for a single season, the warranty becomes null and void. To prevent this from happening, we advise customers to play it smart: Standard maintenance keeps home heating systems protected from potential manufacturing flaws.
Because around 85 percent of the repairs performed on furnaces are things that would have been prevented by maintenance, having this service performed consistently on a regular schedule will easily prevent the vast majority of breakdowns and repairs needed on a home heating system.
Lowers Heating Expenses
After years of faithfully pumping out heat, furnaces develop wear and tear as the strain of operation adds up winter after winter. Moreover, dirt and dust begin to build up around it and efficiency is compromised as they need more power than before to keep up with temperature preferences. When heating equipment is properly maintained, homeowners avoid costly increases in your heating expenses.
Common AC Maintenance Questions & Answers
What is considered an HVAC emergency?
At Greater Dayton Furnace & Air Conditioning, we not only care about your comfort but we also care about your health and safety as well. While you can always count on us for fast HVAC repair services any time, emergency calls are always our highest priority.
Because of this, if there’s ever a sudden A/C breakdown during a heatwave, we consider it an emergency. The same is true if you’ve lost cool air (or heat for that matter) and there are elderly people or children in the home. Boiler leaks and pipe bursts are emergencies in addition to gas leaks. For gas leaks, you should leave the home and call 911 immediately outside the home.
Because our emergency HVAC technicians know that emergency situations are different for every customer, we always strive to listen closely when you call to understand your needs. We also provide helpful information on how to stay safe while waiting for our team to arrive.
What are the different types of air conditioners available?
Homeowners can choose from several different types of cooling systems when they choose Greater Dayton Furnace & Air Conditioning. Although the most common types are centralized air conditioners, we also offer ductless AC and zoned AC systems. Another great option would be a heat pump. The standard centralized air conditioning system usually includes of an outdoor unit and an indoor unit that works with the heating system’s equipment. Ductless air conditioners or mini-splits consist of an outdoor heat pump that connects to the air handler in the home Zoned air conditioners are ideal to cool specific rooms.
How does my AC system work?
When it’s functioning properly, air conditioners run in cycles. As soon as the system’s thermostat detects it’s warmer than your set temperature level, the cycle begins. As soon it detects the rise in temperature, the unit comes on and pulls warm air into the unit over the evaporator coils. Using refrigerants inside the A/C compressor, these coils absorb the heat in the air, cooling it and removing moisture. During the cooling cycle, the heat is released outdoors through the A/C’s fans and the cooled air goes into the resident. Eventually, the cooled refrigerant goes back to the indoor unit where the process is repeated until it achieves the desired temperature.