The most important thing you can do is to schedule regular maintenance for your furnace, heat pump or air conditioner. The number one cause of furnace failure and break down is neglect. Whether you have a brand new furnace or one that has been around for a while make sure you are changing the filter regularly as well as scheduling a regular maintenance check.


The benefits of regular scheduled maintenance are:

  • Extend the life of your system
  • Minimize future repair costs
  • Assure continuous comfort
  • Maximize efficiency by keeping utility costs as low as possible
  • Meet manufacturer warranty requirements (insuring the best possible warranty coverage for your equipment)
  • Ensure the safety of you and your loved one

Proper maintenance by a qualified technician is one of the most important steps you can take to prevent future problems.


Proper installation of your furnace or air conditioner helps ensure energy efficiency, consistent temperatures throughout your home, and a long life for your system. Improper installation can reduce system efficiency by up to 30% – costing you more on your utility bills and possibly shortening the life of the equipment.

We install several major brands of heating and cooling equipment. The most important thing we will do is make certain that you have the right piece of equipment and that it has been sized correctly. Once your new furnace, heat pump or air conditioner is selected and sized, it will be professionally installed and run through its paces to ensure proper operation and maximum efficiency.


When you need to fix a furnace, fix a heat pump, or fix an air conditioner call on us. We’ll help you decide on when to repair and when to replace.

A basic rule of thumb to consider is the age of your furnace. If your furnace is over 15 years old, it is probably a good time to consider replacing it. While it is true that a 15-year old furnace might still function, the likelihood that it is working efficiently is pretty low. Today’s furnace and heat pumps are substantially higher in efficiency, meaning lower heating bills.