Best of the Seacoast
Come see why we have been voted "Best of the Seacoast" 5 years in a row!
“Good crew, neat appearing with good work ethic. Good equipment, organized and very compliant. A joy to spend time with John during the installation process.”
“The crew arrived early so that I could drop my kids at pre-school. I appreciate that a lot!”
“Thanks to Greg for getting everything arranged so quickly. Although I sent him an email late in the afternoon he answered the same day. The crew was competent and professional.”
“Very Professional. The crew arrived on time. They were knowledgeable and courteous. Before they left they made sure everything was cleaned up.”
“The installation crew were “busy bees” and completed the job in no time! I’m very happy.”
“As always, quick response and good service!”
“Very impressed with the company representatives to date. My calls have been returned same day and everyone I have spoken to has been very friendly and helpful.”
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Spring/Warm Weather Preparation
Spring is finally here! There are many things you can do now to avoid problems and have a trouble-free spring. Here are a few suggestions.
- Schedule yearly preventative maintenance on your heating, cooling, and hot water equipment.
- Replace all air filters.
- Keep your home comfy upon your arrival by investing in a wireless thermostat. Monitor your home while your away.
- Clean your registers, vents, and baseboards to remove dust buildup and pet dander before you turn on your air conditioner.
- Keep access to outside equipment easy for maintenance. Avoid planting in these areas.
- Remove any debris and vegetation around the outside of your air conditioning condenser. Restricted air flow will only make your air conditioning work harder than it must reducing the efficiency.
- Replace batteries in smoke detectors/CO2 detectors.
- Set ceiling fans to run clockwise to direct cool air downward and to circulate it throughout the room.
- If your condenser is in direct sunlight and heat, it will get hot. The hotter it gets the harder it works. Shade will help to protect it from the worst of the heat. In doing so you must remember to not block or restrict the airflow.