HVAC Philadelphia: Service, Repair & Maintenance
HVAC Philadelphia: 30 years of Professional Experience!
CHF Mechanical is the most trusted name in Philadelphia and the tri-State area. With competitive prices, seasonal deals, and a full list of services including building maintenance, heating & air units, plumbing, electrical, and more, we offer the best service in the area! Our certified, trained, and insured technicians are at the ready to assist you with your residential or commercial HVAC needs. Our wide range of services include: heating, air conditioning, building maintenance, plumbing, refrigeration, electrical, heat pumps, water heaters, boilers.
Professional HVAC Philadelphia Contractors
Not sure what HVAC means? HVAC is an abbreviated name for Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning. These systems enable residential and commercial environment control and are the standard across the country. We have found that dirt is the biggest enemy to anyone’s heating and air conditioning system. A dirty ventilation filter can wreak havoc on a unit’s efficiency and as a result, it is is suggested to get regular maintenance. Luckily for you, we offer affordable and effective maintenance services! If your air ducts are clogged, give us a call today and you will receive nothing but quality service!
Signs Your HVAC System Needs Maintenance
Know the signs to protect your Philadelphia home or business!
- Liquids leaking on the floors: Noticed any pooling water around your HVAC unit? We recommend turning it off right away to prevent any electrical damage and calling us!
- Decreased airflow: If you notice a decrease in airflow, or air is not flowing to certain locations, there might be problems with your compressor or duct works. On the right, you will see what a clogged duct looks like!
- Unusual sounds: Hearing grinds, squealing, or grating from your HVAC unit? There could be a broken belt or debris stuck in it.
- The system is old: The older the system, the more likely that it needs to be replaced. The American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Engineers, air conditioners should be replaced after 15 years. Furnaces and boilers should be replaced every 18-24 years.