Should you schedule regular maintenance and small repairs on your heating or air conditioning equipment? You don’t have to, unless of course you want your equipment to work at peak efficiency all the time. Integrity Comfort Systems is the heating and air contractor Woodland Hills homeowners are happy to invite over because most of the time we’re not coming to do major repairs. By showing up on a regular cycle we can prevent break downs and give you peace of mind about your residential climate control.
Our recommendation is to do a check-up of your systems twice a year, spring and fall. The temperature can vary pretty dramatically between summer and winter, so it’s a good idea to have your air conditioning and your heating system and/or furnace checked every six months. Cleaning ducts and checking for leaks or depressurization in pipes can optimize efficiency and prevent major problems when you need those systems to work at their peak capabilities. As a homeowner you know, your heat won’t stop working in summer and your AC won’t break down when it’s cold out. Both tend to happen at the worst possible times.
The AC service Woodland Hills counts on the most is the one we offer here at Integrity Comfort Systems. We don’t wait until something major goes wrong. Our technicians take the steps necessary to prevent that from happening. By coming to your home or business twice a year and performing a basic safety and operational check we can save you hundreds of dollars in repair costs over the long run. There’s no reason to be uncomfortable in your own home – ever.
Poor climate control can make you want to go out and visit friends; even show up at relatives houses. With Integrity Comfort Systems, you won’t have to do any of that. If something does go wrong we’ll send someone over promptly to fix it. With preventative maintenance that rarely happens, but we’re always prepared if it does. Call us today to get your free estimate and make sure you ask about out seasonal check-ups. Spring is almost upon us. Are you ready for summer?