Because Your HVAC Equipment Just Has To Work
Unless you just moved to the Leon Valley area, you know that we have all four seasons here. Summers are sweltering, and the winters can be brutally cold. Unlike some other parts of the country that can get by without heat or air conditioning most of the time, you need both your furnace and your AC here. When the weather takes a turn for the hot or cold, your HVAC equipment just has to work. When something goes wrong with it, you need to know that one phone call is all it’s going to take to get your equipment working again. That’s why you should call County Wide Service Company for all your heating and air conditioning needs.
A Full Service Company
County Wide Service Company does a lot more than just handle emergency repairs though. Our service offering includes things like:
- Seasonal Tune-ups
- New system design and installation
- Indoor air quality tests and equipment
- Duct cleaning
And more. Even better, all of our employees are NATE certified professionals, so you never have to wonder about the quality of our work, and many of our technicians have been with us for twenty years! At this point, there’s not much our guys haven’t seen, so you can call with confidence, knowing that we’ve got you covered.
Let’s Talk About Air Quality
Not every HVAC company deals with indoor air quality, but it can really matter. Of course, nobody likes the idea of breathing in dust or pollen, but if you, or a member of your family has some kind of respiratory condition, then keeping the air in your home fresh and clean can be incredibly important. We not only perform the tests to measure how much dust and pollen you’ve got in the air inside your home, but sell and install whole-home systems designed to help everyone in your family breathe easier. You can find out more about our indoor air quality equipment on our products page.
Are You Ready To Replace Your HVAC Equipment?
Even relatively inexpensive HVAC equipment tends to be fairly robust, and with proper maintenance, it will provide your family with years of reliable service, so you shouldn’t have to replace your system right away. Below, we’ve provided some general guidelines:
- 0-10 years: If your HVAC equipment is ten years old, or newer, you’re almost always better off repairing, rather than replacing
- 11-15 years: In this age-range, the decision to repair or replace will be largely determined by how well you’ve kept up the maintenance on your equipment. If maintenance has been spotty, you may be better off replacing, depending on the exact nature of the problem it’s giving you
- 16+ years: At this point, it becomes increasingly difficult to justify continuing to repair your aging system. A new system will likely be remarkably more efficient, which will give you significant savings in your monthly power bills.
When you’re ready to replace your system, be sure to check out our specials page for discounts and manufacturer’s rebates, which can save you a significant amount of money!