How often should I check my air filter?

We suggest checking filters twice a year. If you have a disposable type filter, (these usually have a cardboard edge), and if it is dirty, just replace it. Don’t attempt to clean it.

What is covered in my warranty?

Controlled Air Systems products come with a manufacturer’s warranty on parts and our own limited labor warranty. Call us to review the warranty periods for the products you are interested in.

How do I select the right heating/cooling system?

Controlled Air Systems provides you with an energy analysis to determine operating costs and customizes a system to fit your particular needs and budget. Are allergies a primary concern? Eliminating uneven temperatures from room to room? Will savings from a new system offset the cost of a new unit? Call Controlled Air Systems at (408) 375-7018 for answers.

Where can I get replacement parts for my HVAC systems?

Contact Controlled Air Systems at (408) 375-7018 for help with obtaining any brand name manufactured parts for your heating and cooling systems.

What is HVAC

HVAC stands for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning. It is a major sub-discipline of mechanical engineering. The goal of HVAC design is to balance indoor environmental comfort with other factors such as installation cost, ease of maintenance, and energy efficiency.

How long does a Controlled Air Systems air conditioner or furnace last?

With regular preventative maintenance and a professional installation, industry averages suggest that central heating and air systems will last for approximately 20 – 30 years.

Do I have to replace my existing heating or air conditioning system?

Professional Controlled Air Systems technicians provide trustworthy assessments and repair for your HVAC systems and provide recommendations if you are considering a new installation. Today’s systems are as much as 60% more efficient than those manufactured even just 10 years ago. If your energy bills have risen or if the required repairs to your current system are extensive, a new unit may offer a better return on your investment.

Should I be concerned about indoor air quality?

According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), our exposure to air pollutants is significantly higher when indoors as opposed to outdoors. Controlled Air Systems services and products improve air quality in your home or business that have a direct effect on your well-being.