Preventative Maintenance

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Our Plumbing Services

When it comes to your home’s plumbing system, there’s nothing worse than unexpected leaks and unforeseen damage. Homeowners can help eliminate these worries by having their systems routinely inspected by the professionals at Cooper Mechanical through our plumbing services. Our licensed plumbing technicians know what to look for and can spot issues before they progress into expensive problems. When you call Cooper Mechanical, you can expect our plumbers to perform the following tasks:

  • Thoroughly inspect every fixture, inside and outside of your home, to ensure the system is operating properly without any causes for concern
  • Examine the home’s water heater to ensure it is in proper working order
  • Visually inspect accessible drain connections and drain lines, assessing their overall condition
  • Visually inspect the overall condition of all accessible supply connections and water lines
  • Check the condition of all valves

Tips to Help You Preserve Your Home’s Systems

The thought of needing to empty your pocket to repair your home’s heating cooling, or plumbing system can be a miserable one. To help eliminate this worry, Cooper Mechanical offers homeowners useful tips to help maintain their home’s most vital systems, such as:

  • Make sure to change your HVAC system’s air filters on a regular basis, in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. Homeowners who are unsure of where their air filter is located can call Cooper Mechanical, and we will be happy to assist you or change it for you.
  • Monitor foliage height and trim back to ensure it is at least 18 inches from the outdoor compressor during the air conditioning season.
  • Remove any dead leaves and other debris from the outdoor unit. (Always shut-off your system before you touch it to ensure you don’t injure yourself or damage the equipment!!)
  • Make certain your heat pump is free and clear of any snow to allow it to operate correctly. (Always shut-off your system before you touch it to ensure you don’t injure yourself or damage the equipment!!)
  • Clear any snow that may be blocking any exhaust pipes and vents for your furnace, hot water heater, dryer, and other areas.
  • Don’t hesitate to call us should you hear a loud or uncommon noise coming from your system.
  • To help air circulate efficiently, keep carpets, curtains, drapes, and furniture away from registers and returns.
  • Call us immediately if you spot any indication of a water leak or suspect one is happening somewhere in your home.
  • Monitor water usage on an ongoing basis as exceeding normal amounts can be an indication that there is a leak. If you don’t have a water meter, you may be able to tell if your water pressure is lower than usual or you hear the sound of running or dripping water. Some homeowners obtain their own water monitoring devices or leak detection systems.
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For many homeowners, their heating and cooling systems are often an afterthought. Generally hidden away in the basement, attic, crawl space or other seldom-visited location, heating and air conditioning equipment play a vital role in a home’s overall function. Yet, they often don’t receive the care needed to help maximize their performance and life expectancy.

At Cooper Mechanical, our knowledgeable and experienced staff provides clients located in Doylestown and upper-to-mid-Bucks County, Ottsville, and the surrounding areas of Pennsylvania with reliable preventative maintenance services. Learn more about the benefits of preventative maintenance and the options we offer for furnace, boiler, and air conditioning equipment.

Don’t Ignore Preventative Maintenance

Like every piece of equipment you own, your home’s heating and cooling system has an average lifespan, regardless of the brand or how much you paid for it. Having your system routinely serviced can help homeowners get the most out of their investment and offer additional benefits, such as:

  • Decrease fuel costs: Giving your HVAC system routine maintenance will allow it to operate at peak efficiency. As a result, your system will consume less fuel and save you money.
  • Lower the risk of an unexpected breakdown: Not opting to have your system regularly serviced can end up costing you in the long run. An estimated 48% of homeowners, who do not implement a preventative maintenance agreement, will experience an emergency breakdown within their system’s lifetime. These unexpected breakdowns can mean costly emergency repairs and an uncomfortable home for you and your family.
  • Increase system’s lifespan: Heating and cooling systems are comprised of many components working as a unit. If one part fails, it can have a domino effect, resulting in the entire system malfunctioning. Preventative maintenance can prevent this scenario from happening while adding years to a system’s life.
  • Help save natural resources: With your system running at an optimal level and consuming less fuel, you are ultimately helping preserve the environment by lowering your carbon monoxide and combustion byproduct footprint.
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Selecting the Correct Preventative Maintenance Agreement

Because every home is different, every homeowner’s needs for preventative maintenance will differ. To help accommodate a wider range of equipment, Cooper Mechanical offers preventative maintenance options for many different types products, including:

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