A Whole House Checkup Is A Thorough Evaluation Of All Your Home's Heating and Cooling Systems
Buying A New Comfort System?
As recommended by the Department Of Energy and EPA, before buying a new indoor comfort system, you should ask your heating and cooling contractor for diagnostic testing and computerized equipment sizing. However, if a new system becomes necessary, Amana &Goodman makes equipment that meet or exceed your expectations.
Do You Have Hot or Cold Spots?
A Whole House Checkup will get to the bottom of why, and what you can do about it.
Do Family Members Suffer From Allergies or Asthma?
Your home may be contributing to your suffering. A Whole House Checkup will help identify ways to make your home healthier and safer.
Are Your Utility Bills Too High?
According to the Department of Energy, the typical home wastes 25% to 40% of the energy put out by the central furnace, heat pump or air conditioner. Are you throwing away 25¢ to 40¢ out of every utility dollar? Find out if you are and how to stop it!
Here's How A Whole House Checkup Works
On the First Visit
Your checkup starts with an initial interview with one of our heating and cooling experts. Your input provides valuable information, such as whether any rooms feel clammy when the air conditioner is running, or if any parts of the house seems to be dusty more than others.
The inspection begins with your heating and cooling equipment. Is it efficient, dependable and safe? Your heating and cooling expert will visually inspect your equipment for any signs of deterioration, improper installation, or insufficient maintenance. The service perosonal will let you know the average life span of your type of equipment. Your heating and cooling expert will also evaluate your system's air filtration and purification efficiency, to determine if improvements would better clean your indoor air.