Your Plumbing System Needs Professional Attention
Servicing the components of a plumbing system on your own can be difficult, not to mention costly. You may have to purchase all of the materials for the job, which professional plumbers already have. You may not already be familiar with the inner workings of a toilet, garbage disposal, or water heater, so attempting to fix or install one on your own can be frustrating and time consuming. Call a plumber on our team instead and get the job done right!
When to Seek Out Water Treatment
You might call us to assess your water supply if you notice that the water in your home has a strange taste to it or a funny smell. Or you might schedule water testing just because. You want your family to be as safe and comfortable as possible, so schedule service with our water quality specialists if you have any concerns. We will help you select the best water treatment system.
What Happens During Drain Cleaning Service?
A quality plumber will first take a look inside of the drains, perhaps using a video camera snake for an inspection. Then, they will decide which type of drain cleaning tool to use. They might use a standard drain auger or a very long snake to reach blockage deep in the drainpipe. Or they might use Bio–Clean drain treatment, which cleans out the drains and keeps clogs from coming back for longer.
The Inner Workings of Your Water Heater
Inside of your water heater is a number of components all working together to keep things running smoothly. There’s a burner, of course, and there are safety measures in place, like the temperature and pressure valve that keeps it from overheating. Manufacturers carefully select non–corrosive materials and put in an anode rod to protect it from rusting.
Central Air Conditioning Systems in Burnsville
A central air conditioning system is a much better choice in many homes than a portable air conditioner or window AC unit. It cools the entire home at a consistent temperature, or you can put in a zone control system and have the ability to adjust the temperature at different settings in different parts of your house. Your central air conditioning system does, however, need to be installed by a professional, along with receiving professional service any time it breaks down or routine maintenance visits to potentially prolong its lifespan.
Who to Call for AC Repair
If you’re in the Burnsville area, you’ll find dedicated and caring HVAC contractors on the team at Air Mechanical, Inc.. We’ve got decades of experience behind us, but also plenty of up–to–date training to stay on top of the latest trends and industry recommendations. We know all about the most common AC systems found in Burnsville, so call us when you notice problems with your system.
Call the Experts in Heating Systems
When it comes to your heating system, you want to make sure that it is functioning safely and running as smoothly as possible. Keep the system in better shape with our expert heating services. We can maintain your system, providing an inspection to make you feel better about running it day in and day out, as well as a tune–up. And we can install a brand new system for a new home, provide furnace repair, or replace a broken part. Call the experts!
How Long Will Your Furnace Last?
This is tough to say. Different manufacturers have different lifespans indicated for certain models of furnaces. But the average life of a furnace in the U.S. is about 15 years. Of course, this number will vary with use, and they do get quite a bit of use here in Burnsville. Call our local air conditioning and heating technicians for maintenance services, and your system may last for even longer.
How Geothermal Heating and Cooling Cuts Costs
A heat pump is a common air conditioning and heating system that absorbs heat from the air outside to bring it inside. But once temperatures outside drop, heating mode becomes a little less efficient. Several feet under the earth’s surface, temperatures are relatively stable no matter the time of year. That’s what makes a geothermal heating and cooling system so efficient; it’s a heat pump that uses the heat from the ground and not from the air around the home. Call to learn more!
Ways to Improve the Indoor Air Quality
You can sometimes improve your indoor air quality by ventilating the home better, but opening up a window just isn’t an option when the temperatures outside reach highs and lows. A heat recovery ventilator lets in some fresh air without any significant impact on your monthly bills. But your home might benefit more from an air purifier or an air filtration system that catches some of the particles your air filter might miss. Or you might want a dehumidifier, humidifier, or professional duct cleaning services. We handle them all.
How Duct Cleaning or Duct Sealing Might Be of Benefit
When you schedule duct cleaning services, you can feel a lot better about running your heater and air conditioner from day to day. You’ll get rid of the layers of dust that have built up in your system over the years, and this process may improve the quality of the air you breathe. Duct sealing benefits those with leaky air ducts that increase their energy bills.