What we consider to be cold in Longboat Key, FL would be warm in other parts of the country. Even so, it is important to be prepared for the change in weather conditions by scheduling an appointment for furnace maintenance early in the fall. This helps you avoid the rush of people who wait until it is noticeably cooler to get their tune-up done. Custom Air Heating & Cooling is available to meet the heating and cooling needs of people in the Longboat Key, FL area 24 hours a day. You can schedule an appointment online or by calling our office directly.

Skilled and Knowledgeable Service Technicians

At Custom Heating & Cooling, we understand that you may be apprehensive about letting people into your home to work on your HVAC equipment. We know that we must work hard to earn and keep your trust. This starts by sending highly qualified service technicians to your home to complete your preventative maintenance tune-up. In addition to post-secondary education and several years of experience, our employees have completed advanced training with the North American Technician Excellence (NATE) program. NATE is universally accepted as the best organization for technician training in the HVAC industry.

What to Expect from Your Preventative Maintenance Appointment

When it’s time for your furnace maintenance appointment, a technician from our company will arrive on time, in uniform and in a company vehicle that is clearly marked. Before we get started, we always take the time to find out if you have specific concerns about your furnace. If so, we inspect those first and let you know what we find. We then go through a detailed checklist to ensure that we don’t miss anything. The following items are just an example of the tasks we complete at each appointment:

  • Check the air filter on your furnace and replace it if necessary. We recommend that you clean it monthly and change it at the start of each new season.
  • Make sure that all wiring is safely connected.
  • Install a carbon monoxide detector if you don’t already have one. We also inspect your furnace for leaks that could cause a release of carbon monoxide.
  • Inspect the pilot light to ensure it is still functional.
  • Turn the furnace on and let it run through a cycle to determine if there are any problems.

A Clean Furnace Improves Your Health

We thoroughly clean your furnace at each preventative maintenance appointment to make sure that you have good indoor air quality. If you are concerned about what is in your air, you may also want to consider duct cleaning from Custom Air Heating & Cooling. If someone in your home has respiratory problems, you can reduce symptoms with an annual tune-up, duct cleaning and regularly cleaning your air filter.