Here’s Why Your HVAC Is Wasting Energy

When our HVAC professionals are called by our residential customers in Salt Lake City and other regions of Utah, we know how important it is to restore service to their homes. 

What we find most often is a misunderstanding by customers of the need for regular system maintenance. Our team takes the time to explain the details of how regular maintenance will keep their systems running at manufacturer’s efficiency specifications. 

At Scott Hale Plumbing Heating & Air, we take pride in our reputation for excellent customer and technical service and help our customers learn whether their HVAC is wasting energy. Our professionals are trained, bonded and licensed to provide top-notch maintenance.

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The Most Common Reasons For Wasting Energy 

A system may have been purchased with an energy-efficient rating. Our staff will inspect and assess the system’s operation and its energy-efficient status. 

In most cases, the common reasons for wasted energy, especially during summer months include: 

. Clogged filters that need replacing 

. Dirty coils 

. Diminished fan/blower circulation through ducts 

. Faulty or frayed wiring 

. Inefficient ventilation rate 

. Minor parts that require replacing 

The Remedy For Wasted Energy 

Scott Hale Plumbing Heating & Air provides eco-friendly service for heating and cooling units, in addition to comprehensive plumbing services our customers appreciate. 

Before summer arrives, contact Scott Hale Plumbing Heating & Air for a full inspection of your cooling system in order to keep your home cool and comfortable.  When summer ends, mark your calendar as a reminder to call us for heating service maintenance. 

We offer an annual maintenance service contract for regularly scheduled heating, cooling and plumbing needs. This is one way to ensure your home heating and cooling systems operate at optimal efficiency levels the year round. 

You are assured of eco-friendly maintenance at affordable rates. Contact Scott Hale Plumbing Heating & Air today.