What if you could avoid the majority of problems with your heating system? How about if a quick service reduced your utility bills, improved comfort and air quality, and extended the lifespan of your heater? Would it be worth a phone call? That’s all it takes to access all those rewards and more. You simply reach out to Rye Heating and Air Conditioning, LLC for heating system maintenance in Catawba County.
Exceptional Heating System Maintenance
As a family business, we are locally owned and operated and believe in making HVAC upkeep convenient, affordable, and worthwhile. We offer an exclusive Premier Customer Club, and a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee. For all makes and models of residential and commercial heating units, including gas furnaces and heat pumps, our licensed, insured and NATE-certified techs optimize performance.
When you need heating service, trust the Rye Heating and Air Conditioning, LLC team!
Honest, Affordable, Quality Repair, Service, and Installation await you at Rye Heating and Air Conditioning, LLC. Our proactive strategies take the very best care of your vital equipment, ensuring safety, greater reliability, and a healthier, more enjoyable indoor environment. We hope you’ll get in touch at (980) 389-0008 for accommodating scheduling, quick turnaround, and lasting benefits anywhere across Denver, Lincolnton, and Gastonia, NC.
Heating Maintenance in Catawba County
Schedule Heating Maintenance Plans in Denver, Lincolnton, and Gastonia, NC
To get the most out of your heating system it’s important to have it serviced regularly. We service natural gas, LP, electric furnaces as well as heat pumps. We work on all brands including, but not limited to, Carrier, Goodman, Amana, York, Lennox, Rheem, Coleman, Bryant, American Standard, and many more. You’ll get:
- Peace of mind your family’s furnace is checked for dangerous Carbon Monoxide levels
- Peace of mind your heat pump has enough freon to last the cold winter
PREVENTATIVE HEATING TUNE-UP CHECKLIST INCLUDES:
- Check carbon monoxide levels
- Check the condensate drain for blockage
- Clean the blower cabinet if required
- Clean the flame sensor
- Clean and inspect burners
- Check motor capacitors
- Tighten electrical connections
- Check Thermostat
- Check heat exchanger
- Check pilot flame safety
- Check pilot operation
- Check thermocouples
- Check gas pressures
- Check flame sensor operation
- Check blower motor amp draw
- Check induced draft motor amp draws
- Clean condenser coil for heat pumps
- Add refrigerant if required (refrigerant not included)
- Inspect the filters