At Commercial Service, our priority it to keep your heating, cooling, and plumbing working in the most efficient manner. Whether you need seasonal maintenance or a repair, our trained technicians will guide you through the process.
Consider signing up for our Heating and Cooling Maintenance Program, where our technicians will inspect, lubricate, adjust, and clean your heating and cooling system in order to prevent potential problems. On top of that, you also get access to benefits like 10% off on annual services. For more information, download our Heating and Cooling Maintenance Overview.
Our preventive maintenance service and inspection can:
- lower utility costs
- extend the life of your equipment
- entitle you to a 10% discount on all labor and materials on HVAC service work for the entire year (excludes installations)
- reduce repairs and emergency breakdowns by revealing potential problems that can be corrected before causing major heating and cooling repairs
Even if your system has no problems, our inspection makes sure that everything is working in the most efficient manner. Every kilowatt saved helps the environment and saves you money. For more information, download our Heating and Cooling Maintenace Overview.
We have several blogs dedicated to common HVAC issues around the house, and how they can be avoided. A few common HVAC issues Commercial Service addresses are highlighted below. We describe how you can complete smaller tasks before having to call us, but if you aren't comforable carrying them out, you can always schedule a non-emergency appointment with Online Scheduling. If you choose to attempt DIY repairs and notice no change or the problem getting worse, contact us today at 812-339-9114.
Click here to read about what could be causing air leaks, and get tips on how to prevent more air from escaping your home.
Sometimes, the problem with your heating and cooling system is that you simply aren't using your thermostat correctly. As technology improves, HVAC systems with programmable thermostats are gaining popularity, and with good reason. Click here to read more.
Coils are an important part of your heating and cooling system, but because they can be exposed to the outdoors, they often get covered in dirt and debris. Click here to learn more about evaporator coils, and what you can do to extend their life.
There seem to be countless heating and cooling system options on the market, so how do you know if you're choosing the right one? Click here to check out our blog dedicated to helping you narrow down your selection.