Maintenance Programs – HVAC & Refrigeration
It is essential for your air conditioning and heating unit to have consistent system maintenance tune ups in order for it to run a max performance. Air conditioning and furnace units operate more efficiently and last years longer with consistence system maintenance. Our preventative maintenance programs include a full air conditioning and heating system tune-up to keep your system running like it should.
Many homeowners don’t fully understand how their HVAC system operates and this leads to everyone asking the same question? Do I really need to have routine maintenance done on my HVAC unit? Do you drive your car and never change the oil and then wonder why the engine blew up? Just like your car, a routine maintenance program will keep you HVAC system running at top efficiency and extend the life of your system. Maintaining your system will help you avoid the untimely breakdowns and help you to prepare for upcoming expenses.
Ruby Mountain HVAC & Refrigeration recommends that an HVAC system should be serviced twice a year. Checking your system on a regular basis will help eliminate many of the most common problems that need fixing and will ensure your system is running most efficiently and can also ensure you that you will get the most out of your system and not spending the money on a new system until it is absolutely necessary.
Our preventative maintenance check-up includes a detailed inspection of your equipment for leaks, cracks, gas pressures, refrigerant pressures, a thorough cleaning and assessment of your unit, and a filter change.
Commercial kitchen equipment is the backbone of any restaurant. However, frequent use and continuous operation inevitably lead to equipment failure and unexpected downtime, greatly impacting a kitchen’s productivity and budget.
Scheduling regular maintenance visits is an excellent and cost-effective solution to reducing the need for repairs. A maintenance program can help restaurant operators spot potential problems, maximize equipment efficiency and avoid the high cost of repairs and replacing spoiled food.