Chittenango Heating, Air Conditioning, Electrical & Plumbing Services
If you need a Chittenango plumbing, heating, or air conditioning contractor, call TAG Mechanical. We started as HVAC contractors and have grown to offer electrical and plumbing services as well.
One specialty area we love is installing independent systems which improve energy efficiency. This can involve installing standby generators, solar equipment, and geothermal heating and cooling systems. We also provide energy audits and help customers achieve zero net homes and buildings.
As a business grows, they can forget how to give customers the personalized attention they need. In spite of our continual growth, now with over 75 technicians ready to serve, TAG Mechanical still strives to focus on each and every customer.
At some point in time, you'll need to make a call for repairs or to upgrade your systems. We hope you'll give us the chance to see why you can trust our team. We promise you won't be disappointed!
- Preventative Maintenance
- Energy Audits & Insulation
- Standby Generators
- Geothermal Heating
- Solar PV & Solar Thermal
Commercial & Residential Heating Repairs In Chittenango
Do you have a commercial business in Chittenango? If so, do you have a reputable heating repair contractor that you trust to get the repairs done right the first time?
If you haven't found one yet, we hope you'll give us a shot at earning your business. Give a call for service anytime. You'll find that our technicians are highly skilled and well equipped to handle any repairs you need.
Chittenango Heating & Air Conditioning Tune Ups
Tune ups involve an extensive list of checks, tests, and adjustments that can pinpoint problems before your machine breaks down. This preventative measure uncovers problems that could surprise you when the equipment is used in full-force.
After your tune up, you'll know what needs to be repaired before the problem causes a breakdown. A tune up will help your system run at its best this summer, meaning you'll have maximum energy efficiency from the equipment. Here are a few of the major tasks involved during a tune up.
- Air force tested
- Duct air force & temperature tested
- Filters inspected & changed
- Electrical checked & tested
- Connections secured
- Moving parts are lubricated or greased
- Condensation drain line inspected and cleared
- Check controls of the System
- Refrigerant levels checked
- Thermostat tested & inspected
- Clean Evaporator & Condenser Coils
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