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HVAC Cottage Grove

Service Today as Your HVAC Solution

Service Today has been around for decades in the Cottage Grove community. We’ve been repairing, installing, and maintaining air conditioners, furnaces & duct cleaning in Cottage Grove. We love working with each of the homeowners. Whenever our technicians come to your home they like to walk through your whole HVAC system with you so they can educate you and you can ask questions if you have any. The more you know about your HVAC Cottage Grove system the better you can care for it.

Service Today HVAC Cottage Grove technicians are outstanding. They genuinely care for each of the customers that what makes them so good at their jobs. They are also more skilled than any other HVAC Cottage Grove technician in the area. They each received 200 hours of hands on training per year. This keeps them educated on all the different types of HVAC systems there are in Cottage Grove.

Annual HVAC Tune Up

Why do you need to get your whole HVAC Cottage Grove system air conditioning & heating tune up regularly? It’s pretty much like a doctor’s checkup to make sure your HVAC system is running smoothly. Even when you don’t feel sick you still go to the doctor to check for preventative maintenance on your body each year, its the same thing for your HVAC Cottage Grove system. To keep your furnace and AC running efficiently you should have a professional technician check it for safety and for potential dangers.

HVAC Zones and Other Options

Every home is unique and based on your home you have many different options for HVAC Cottage Grove systems. One of these options is zoning, if you have a larger home or a home where you don’t use a particular part or room as often you can save money on your utilities by setting up zoning. This will allow for the furnace to heat one section of the home to a particular degree and the other section of the home at a different temperature. If you have a basement you don’t use now that the kids moved out you can let the furnace have a little break and not work so hard to keep the basement as warm as your upstairs.