While Greenfield Plumbing & Heating originally offered only these two services, for the last 15 years we have also worked in all aspects of the air conditioning trade. Whether you need to add cooling to an existing space, you are building an addition to your existing home, or you are building a new home from the ground up, Greenfield can provide for your needs. We work with conventional central A/C system, high velocity A/C systems, as well as ductless A/C systems, to match a solution to your individual cooling problem.
One of the most important things you can do to extend the life of your air conditioning system and to ensure it’s continued trouble free operation is to stay on top of preventive maintenance. That’s why we recommend having a system tune up and cleaning before putting your air conditioning into operation each season. This tune up includes but is not limited to:
- Check coolant levels
- Clean indoor evaporator coil
- Clean outdoor condenser coil
- Identify & replace fatigued components
- Replace air filters
- Clear condensate pan and drain line
Air conditioning systems and their component parts only have a finite life span. Proper maintenance will greatly increase this life span but not indefinitely. So periodically repairs will be needed and eventually, whole parts of the system will need to be replaced. If your air conditioning isn’t working this summer let us troubleshoot it for you so we can repair the parts that are broken and ONLY those parts.
- Upgrade to more energy-efficient equipment
- Coolant Leaks
- Electrical Controls
- Evaporator coils
- Fan & blower motors
- Condensate pumps
Still using energy sucking window units? Have central air conditioning but it’s older than you are? No air conditioning at all? Maybe it’s time to give us a call and see how much upgrading to a new high efficiency central air conditioning system would cost….it might be less than you think.
We offer standard duct, high velocity, and ductless systems so we can tailor an air conditioning system to your specific needs and budget. Best of all the monthly energy savings from a high efficiency system over an older system or window units as well as utility company rebates can help offset the initial cost.