When the temperatures drop, it’s essential to ensure that your home’s heating system is functioning correctly to keep your living space comfortable and warm. At Phillips Air Care, we’re committed to delivering high-quality heating system maintenance and repair services to help you stay cozy and comfortable. Here are some common heating system problems and how […]Read more
Does HVAC maintenance save money?
When it comes to the efficiency of your home’s HVAC system, having it on a regular maintenance plan is key. This includes having it cleaned and inspected regularly, and changing the filters often. If you want to avoid the problems that can arise from a dirty HVAC system, then you need to make sure that […]Read more
Getting your home ready for the holidays
It’s the holiday season now. So you’re likely getting set to host guests in your home. It’s traditional for many people to utilize twinkle lights and other Christmas decor to brighten their houses during this time. While decorating for the holidays, don’t forget your HVAC system is an important home appliance that also deserves attention. […]Read more
Should I get a heating system tune-up before winter?
We’re passionate about having a heating pump or furnace inspected and maintained every year. It is a sound investment that will help keep your system running all season long as well as extend the life of your HVAC. Scheduling furnace maintenance can feel like an inconvenience, but we believe it’s the best way to keep […]Read more
Replacing your A/C unit in a coastal area
When deciding to replace your air conditioning unit one thing to keep in mind is your area and what time of climate the system will be exposed to. Keep in mind the average temperature, annual sun exposure, and humidity. What impact does the climate have on your system? Coastal areas are more likely to degrade […]Read more
SHOULD I HAVE MY HEATING SYSTEM CHECKED BEFORE I TURN IT ON IN CHINA GROVE?
Even though you may be enjoying the end of summer, it is a good idea to start thinking about getting your furnace ready for winter use. If you keep good maintenance records of your HVAC equipment and did not have any issues the previous winter, it is probably safe to turn on your furnace once […]Read more