Heating, Cooling & Air Quality Services In California, KY
For reliable heating and cooling services done with expertise and a smile, turn to your local professionals at Peak Heating & Air, Inc.! We have been in business in Union since 2000 offering smart solutions for any home comfort concern.
Regular HVAC maintenance, which includes a tune-up and cleaning, can cost anywhere from $75 to $200. You may have to spend more money if your air conditioning system requires any further services, such as minor repairs. Small HVAC repairs, such as replacing breakers, thermostats or fuses, might cost anywhere from $150 to $400. More significant repairs and replacements, such as a bad evaporator coil, might cost anywhere from $250 to $1500.
The typical cost of replacing an HVAC system ranges from $3,250 to $12,586, which includes both the installation of a new central air conditioner and a gas furnace. You may anticipate paying extra if you need to repair or replace the ductwork as well. Depending on the amount of complexity to construct or adjust, new ductwork installation can cost anywhere from $1,200 to $4,200.
Yes. Most HVAC manufacturers recommend that you get both the heating and air conditioning components of your HVAC system serviced once a year. They recommend that you get the air conditioner serviced in the spring and the heater serviced in the fall. Staying current with your seasonal HVAC maintenance ensures that your warranty coverage is not voided.
Our company provides repair, installation and maintenance services for heating and cooling systems as well as indoor air quality and luxury comfort products. We also offer speciality heating and cooling services for historical homes.
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Rob - California, KY
Professional, thorough service
Smith - California, KY
Kevin performed the semi annual maintenance on my Geothermal system. He was professional and courteous as always. He was very thorough and shared his knowledge of the system with me. He is always willing to answer any questions I have and works to keep my system operating efficiently and effectively.
Water line to Desuperheater is leaking. Turned off water so leak would stop, need to replace section of water line.
Seasonal maintenance on geothermal unit. Adjusted blower settings for more airflow in cooling mode, turned off auto schedule, and air wave. Adjusted heat pump balance point to max savings.
Seasonal maintenance on heat pump and air filter. Upgraded to 213 filter.
Air Handler/heatpump maintenance system in good healthy working order.
Seasonal maintenance on Tempstar furnace.
Repaired humidifier, checked pump settings
Outdoor fan motor seized up. Replaced motor and cleaned both coils. Checked system operation.