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Question DetailsAsked on 7/7/2014

Lb
HVAC maintenance cost?

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Depends on your area,and type of equipment, gas versus heat pump, etc.


Also the cost for a quality job , is usually less during mild weather when they are slow. I'd be leary of a low cost call for maintenance at this time of the year.Quality companies are usually slamed with work now.

Source: www.bayareacool.com

Answered 5 years ago by BayAreaAC

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The cost of the upkeep is small compare to a new unit


Ray

Source: www.koolryheatingandair.com

Answered 5 years ago by Raymond Gonzalez

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Thanks for the responses.


The area I'm asking about is in the north east. Specifically Connecticut.

it just seems like some of the pricing is all over the map.

I agree with the sentiment expressed above that given that this is the busy season the pricing will go up.


One additional point about Kool Ray. the link for that site may not be accurate. It's not working.
Thanks for the responses.

Source: Http://wwww.coolray.com

Answered 5 years ago by Lb

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The other three responses discussed why costs vary so much, and yes there is a LOT of variance - from as low as $49 or so pre-season A/C cleaning and inspection specials in the early spring, up to $150 or more in peak summer heat season and right after hurricanes when there are a lot of units with debris or water damage needing service.


And of course, ditto for furnace cleaning/inspection - higher cost in the fall once it starts getting cool, prime rate in the dead of winter during cold snaps, and cheapest during summer.


For areas with both heating and A/C seasons, cheapest rates are commonly spring specials before it gets into cooling season, and in areas with indian summer, during that period before heating conditions set in.

Answered 5 years ago by LCD




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