FAQ's About our AC Service in Land O' Lakes, FL
Cavalry Heating and Cooling, Inc. offer professional AC services in Land O' Lakes, FL. Our HVAC specialists are always available and willing to answer any questions that you might have about our services, as well as how to maintain a healthy AC system.
What can I do to improve my indoor air quality?
There are a number of products we can install that will improve your indoor air quality. These include filtration systems, UV (ultraviolet) lights, and air purification systems.
How often should I change my air filters?
Every residence is different. Depending on the type of air filter you have, you may need to change AC air filters as often as every 30 days or as infrequently as once a year. Contact us for more information.
How often should I schedule maintenance for my air conditioner?
We recommend professional maintenance twice a year (every six months) to keep your air conditioner in optimal condition.
Does my AC require annual maintenance?
Yes. Annual maintenance is necessary to remove yard debris and build-up on the coils.
What should I do if my AC stops working?
First, check that your breakers have not tripped. Turn them on and off. Next, check your air filters to make sure they are clean. Finally, check your thermostat to ensure it is set correctly. If your AC still does not work, contact us.
How long does an AC system last?
The federal government recommends replacing AC units that are more than 10 years old. Visit the ENERGY STAR site to learn more.
What is SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio)?
Your air conditioner's SEER rating indicates how efficient it is. The higher the SEER rating, the less energy your unit will consume.
What should I do if I see ice on my unit?
Turn the unit off and contact us as soon as possible.
Is my existing duct work compatible with my new unit?
In most cases, yes; however, small modifications may be needed, depending on the age of your ductwork and the unit you choose.
Is my unit under warranty?
Most manufacturers offer a 10-year warranty on their equipment.