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Shelby County HVAC Company

HVAC Services & Reviews | Shelby County, AL Area

When we first opened we only serviced Jefferson and St. Clair Counties. However, as Shelby County grew a lot of our customers were moving out of Birmingham and to Shelby County…Well, of course we weren’t going to make our customers find new HVAC companies so we just moved with them. Since we branched out to Shelby County in the mid 2000’s our business has grown exponentially. We love our Shelby County customers and doing work here….if we could just fix the traffic problem on I-65 and Hwy 280 in the afternoons we could get to even more of the residence here. We encourage you to read through some of the reviews from our Shelby County customers to get an idea of what they think about our service and then give us a call so we can make you a satisfied customer too!

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How often should a HVAC be serviced?

Your home's air conditioning system needs maintenance at least once per year. The same goes for your heating system. Even though regular check-ins and cleanings throughout the year are always a good idea to make sure your system is operating properly, a once-yearly air conditioner service appointment is always required.

What is the average life of a HVAC unit in Shelby County?

An HVAC system will typically last 10 to 20 years. Regular maintenance is essential to extending the lifespan of your HVAC systems more than any other factor.

What does routine upkeep entail? The following maintenance advice is applicable to heat pumps, boilers, and furnaces:

 

  • Regular filter replacement
  • arranging for yearly or seasonal tune-ups
  • Debris removal and cleaning of external components
  • inspecting and changing the refrigerant when necessary
Can an HVAC unit last 30 years?

It is doubtful that your unit will last 30 years before it needs to be replaced. Alternatively, if you maintain your system regularly and use it properly, your chances of keeping the same unit for about 15-20 years are highly probable.