Air Conditioning Services

With over 70 years experience, IPH offers a comprehensive list of air conditioning services to our customers:

  • AC installation
  • AC tune up or repair
  • Filter replacement
  • Ductless AC systems
  • Indoor air quality
  • Heat Pumps
Air Conditioning

Keep Your Air Conditioner in Tiptop Shape

Drain and clean your humidifier

Have a qualified service technician drain and clean your humidifier. You probably won’t need it during the humid summer months and shutting it off saves electricity, as well as wear and tear on the equipment. Remember to shut off your humidistat, which powers and regulates your home’s automatic humidifier.

Clean or replace filters

You should plan to check your air conditioning unit’s filters quarterly and clean or replace the filter as necessary. We recommend replacing your filters twice per year. Dirty filters will not only restrict the air flow in your system, but they can also contribute to equipment breakdown or failure over time.

Clear around your AC outside unit

One of the most important things you can do to get your air conditioner ready summer is to clear the area around the outdoor condenser of dirt, leaves, and other debris that accumulated over winter. Also, periodically throughout the summer you should trim excess shrubbery growth around the outside condenser unit.

Have your AC inspected annually

Central air conditioning units should be inspected, cleaned, and tuned by a professional technician once every year or two to extend the life of the unit and cut down on energy consumption. Regular inspections can ensure the validity of your unit’s warranty. Check with your contractor on the proper maintenance schedule for your unit.

Air Conditioning Products

As a Premier Lennox Dealer, Interior Plumbing & Heating recommends Lennox products for your home. Lennox products are high quality and energy efficient. Check out the links below to compare Lennox air conditioning products.

Compare Lennox Air Conditioners

Compare Lennox Heat Pumps

Air Conditioning

How a Heat Pump Works - by Lennox

A heat pump may look like an air conditioning unit, but in fact it provides even more functionality. In warm weather, a heat pump will act like an air conditioner by removing heated air from your home. In the cooler seasons, it will reverse and bring heated air into your home. Heat pumps are commonly hooked into a gas furnace, where the heat pump brings in heated air, and the furnace blows that heated air throughout your home.

Air Conditioning

Keep cool all summer long.