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Maintenance on your Air Condition and Heating units are often overlooked by customers but should definitely be a priority!  It is recommended that maintenance on you unit should be performed annually in order to keep your air conditioner and furnace running smoothly and efficiently.  EHA recommends that you schedule air conditioner maintenance in the spring, before you need to use your cooling system and just before the fall for your furnace so that your unit is tuned up and prepared for summer and winter.  Advanced planning allows you to address any equipment issues in advance instead of going without air conditioning when temperatures rise or heat when temperatures drop.


   Price vs. Value

  • Inexpensive does not translate into value.

  • Value means "is it worth the money you're spending?"

  • Essential Heating & Air offers value to our customers.

  • Inexpensive pricing could lead to poor service. This could end up costing you much more later.

  • Inexpensive pricing could lead to lack of service when you need it.

  • EHA offers good value, excellent service and customer care when you need it.


EHA wants you to be prepare when it comes to your air conditioning and furnace! Being proactive about spotting trouble signs can save you from discomfort and expensive repairs. The following issues and signs are just a few of the things that may indicate you’re likely due for a furnace or air conditioning repair, so if you notice them, call us sooner than later.

  • - Noisy operation

  • - No cooling or heating

  • - Lack of airflow

  • - High energy bills

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Advantages of Preventative Maintenance Service

Performing annual preventive maintenance can prove to be very crucial.  Waiting until something goes wrong can prove to be an extremely costly mistake!  Air conditioners and furnaces, like any other mechanical equipment, need routine maintenance and proper care.

  • Reduced Repair Costs

  • Longer System Life

  • Decreased Energy Costs

  • Improved Air Quality

  • Maintaining Safety

  • Constant Home Comfort

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