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Snyder Heating and Cooling Maintenance Information

Snyder Heating and Cooling Brackenridge PA

Why HVAC System Equipment Maintenance is Important

HVAC systems can be costly investments for many homeowners and businesses. You wouldn’t own a car without changing oil or other necessary maintenance. Your HVAC equipment needs annual proper maintenance as well.


When you maintain your HVAC equipment, you’ll extend the life of your equipment. We make proper adjustments, tests and check electrical connections that will minimize you from having costly repairs. You’ll know your equipment is adjusted properly, operating safe and operating at its optimal levels and efficiency.


We listed information below why maintaining your HVAC equipment is important. And why you should contact Snyder Heating and Cooling to schedule your system inspection and tune ups.

Maintain your operating costs at best efficiencies

When you hire Snyder Heating and Cooling to service your HVAC systems, we will annually maintain your system’s adjustments, safeties and your equipment will operate at optimal designed efficiency. With our preventative maintenance we thoroughly inspect, test and clean your HVAC system. We offer two plans: our Performance Plan and our best Premium Plan, call us at 724-226-3467 or e mail us for more information on a plan that works for you. When your HVAC system is running as efficiently as possible, your equipment doesn’t need to work as hard to maintain your thermostat setting. This means that you’ll be consuming less energy and saving on your electric and other utility bills! When we have finished inspecting, cleaning and tuned your equipment, your equipment will be the best it can be!


When you fail to maintain your HVAC system equipment, your equipment will need to work harder to produce the same amount of output and work longer to satisfy your normal thermostat setting.

This not only increases electric and utility cost, this will also increase the odds of equipment failure when you need it the most.

Prevention of Costly Repairs

With having regular prevented equipment maintenance, you’ll be able to avoid most of
unnecessary emergency repairs. Our professional HVAC technician will be able to spot problem areas during a preventive maintenance service call. This will allow you to fix any issues before they turn into a serious problem. Normal wear and tear will cause system malfunctions that can be detected early and can be corrected during preventive maintenance service before they become an expensive repair. In our area, HVAC Heating system equipment is normally maintained in the fall (September through October) and in the spring for Air Conditioning equipment (May through June). This includes heat pumps.

If you don’t regularly have your HVAC system serviced, then small issues can become much
bigger, serious and more expensive. When the weather turns extreme, the demand for HVAC
service calls are also usually high which means you may have to wait in line. With our Premium Preventative Maintenance Plan you will be placed at the top of our call list when needed, please see our two available HVAC maintenance plans that will take care of your systems without problems, worry or forgetfulness as with either maintenance plan we will contact you to schedule a day and time frame. When you practice proper maintenance with us, you’ll reduce the number of emergencies
you’ll face.

Air Quality and Safety with HVAC Maintenance

You can keep your home and your family safer with regular HVAC equipment maintenance. Thisis because as part of our inspection we test for carbon monoxide leaks, which can be fatal to anyone and pets inside the home. Electrical, motor fires are also possible risk that HVACequipment maintenance can identify in advance as well as parts that are starting to fail.

Indoor Air Quality

An HVAC system that’s running at optimal efficiency will ensure that you have better air quality in your home or office. Your HVAC system equipment also filters pollutants out of the air that you, family, friends or co-workers breathe.
The indoor air quality in your home or office can be five times more polluted than the outdoor air, primarily because indoor air is not properly sanitized. There are added contaminants that are not filtered out of the air or removed from surfaces but accumulate again over time. This happens because bacteria, viruses, mold spores, and other toxins are too small to be stopped by traditional air filters, and some can even pass through a HEPA filter. So, since you spend up to 90% of your time indoors, it’s important to consider the impact these pollutants can have on your long-term health. One of the most effective ways to improve air quality in your home is with an  Aprilaire air filtration system that effectively removes large and small contaminants from indoor air as well as their other products that help improve your indoor health. We also install REME HALO® Whole Home In-Duct Air Purifier Better life through better air REME HALO® is more than a conventional UV lamp, not only because of its innovative design but also because of its ability to actively improve the air quality in your home. You will notice the difference in the quality and freshness of the air you breathe and wonder why you did not make this upgradeable measure sooner.

If you don’t maintain your HVAC system equipment, then you won’t be filtering out many of
these harmful pollutants. Snyder Heating and Cooling replaces your air filter(s) on annual
seasonal inspection with no labor charge.

Fulfillment of Warranty Requirements

If your HVAC equipment is still under warranty, then you should know that many manufacturers require evidence of yearly maintenance in order to pay for a claim. When you invest in regular HVAC maintenance, you’re giving yourself an insurance policy.
If something goes wrong and it’s covered under your warranty, then we will be able to file a
claim with ease if you have evidence of annual maintenance on the warranted equipment.  We keep all of these maintenance records on file as well as the equipment warranties to make
things easier for our customers. When you go to sell your home, an HVAC annual maintenance record can increase your resell ability. If you have the choice to pick the home whose HVAC system has been properly maintained versus one that has not, which do you choose? We will transfer the balance of your maintenance agreement to the new owner if both desire!

Increase the life span of your HVAC equipment

When you get a regular tune-up for your HVAC system, you’ll be able to significantly increase its lifespan. That means that you can keep from paying for a new HVAC system well into the future. You can expect it to last between 15 to 20 years plus, wouldn’t you like putting off that expense if your system is working well and in good repair? Because a new system can cost thousands of dollars, you shouldn’t have to pay any sooner than you need to!
You Recognize the Importance of HVAC Maintenance As you see maintaining you HVAC equipment does play a large part of your daily activities. It’s also important that you hire a skilled and experienced HVAC company with trained technician in order to make sure that your HVAC equipment is getting the tune-up you expect. The technicians at Snyder Heating and Cooling are trained and seasoned. We listen to you, before our technician goes to your job we want to know if your equipment has been making any unusual sounds or your smelling strange odors from it or if you have rooms that are not heated or cooled as the other rooms. To ensure that your system is performing to the best of its abilities or areas we need to look further into. We work figuring out what needs to be done during a regular maintenance visit to keep your Heating and Cooling Equipment in good repair and
your comfort best as possible.

If you’re interested in receiving quality, thorough HVAC maintenance, then contact us today and see what we can do for you!

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