Get the most from your HVAC system with our air conditioning maintenance.
If you drive your vehicle roughly 15,000 miles a year, you’d expect to get a good 10 years or more from it because 150,000 miles is possible with proper maintenance and care. The cost to install or replace your HVAC system is a similar investment in that you want to get as many years as possible from it. In both situations, it is also important they operate efficiently to save you in operation costs. With the proper air conditioning maintenance, you can gain both benefits – longevity and energy efficiency. Here at QRC, we proudly serve the Kernersville, North Carolina area with the preventative maintenance that will keep your system operating at peak performance.
Operating properly saves you money on utilities, results in fewer repairs, especially costly ones, and keeps it operating for more years. We recommend a minimum of two maintenance visits each year on your HVAC system – air conditioning maintenance in the spring and heating maintenance in the fall is an ideal plan. However, there are monthly tasks that should be done as well and we’re happy to show you the things you can do the other months of the year to keep your system functioning properly.
In addition, there are some situations that call for a more frequent schedule and when we do your first air conditioning maintenance, we’ll assess the situation to be able to give you a schedule that best suits your situation. We can also go over any improvements you might want to think about that can help your system perform better and longer.
We service all major brands of equipment and keep our trucks well-stocked and organized to take care of any issues you may be having with your HVAC. If you have any questions about our air conditioning maintenance services for commercial properties, don’t hesitate to contact us.
At QRC, we offer air conditioning maintenance services in Winston-Salem, Raleigh, Charlotte, Greenville, Southern Pines, Lewisville, Clemmons, Kernersville, High Point, Ardmore, King, and Lexington, North Carolina.