Recommending heating and cooling repair

When they become a member, the two of us provide reminders to schedule annual upkeep for their heating and cooling equipment

For the past fifteen years, I’ve worked as a receptionist at an Heating and Air Conditioning corporation, i answer the PCs and schedule appointments for replacement, repair and repair. I handle the inventory, ordering and billing, and both of us have twelve licensed companys laboring for us and coordinating the jobs can occasionally be a bit difficult; Very often a repair will take longer than expected, so I need to allow time between projects while also minimizing downtime, but plus, I need to be expertiseable when I talk with clients on the PC, then they often call to explain a problem they’re having with their gas furnace, a/c, heat pump or boiler and want advice; Over the years, I’ve gotten quite good at figuring out the most likely cause of the issue. In most cases, it’s neglected repair, and whether the heating or cooling program is running at max capacity or resting idle, dust and other contaminants work their way inside and buildup on the components. This debris restricts airflow and hinders the operation of moving parts. It forces the heating and cooling component to work harder, run longer and consume more energy. The result is diminished comfort, degraded air quality and higher operational costs. The solution is properly a thorough cleaning performed by a single of our licensed professionals. I always encourage our clients to enroll in a repair plan. When they become a member, the two of us provide reminders to schedule annual upkeep for their heating and cooling equipment. Both of us send a company to complete an inspection and tuning in the fall and Spring, making sure the systems are prepared to handle the upcoming laboring load operating at peak efficiency.
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