Our 18 Point Preventative Maintenance Service Ensures Peace Of Mind

Be Proactive To Ensure Comfort All Season Long Here in the desert, our HVAC equipment takes a beating throughout the hot months. There is only a short window after we get to shut off our A/C before needing our heat. One of the best things you can do to ensure that your unit recovers from the heat of the summer, is to have your unit(s) set up to have a Preventative Maintenance service. By being proactive, you can eliminate worry that your unit may fail when you really need it and avoid extra costs. Regular maintenance gives you peace of mind knowing that any potential problems are discovered before they become BIG problems. Here at JMAC Plumbing & Air, we recommend a minimum of two maintenance service calls a year, one before the heat of the summer and one after. When you schedule a Preventative Maintenance service you can expect the technician to give your unit(s) a thorough evaluation and any necessary adjustments. At JMAC we do a full 18-point Maintenance to get your system ready for the colder weather: 18 Point HEATING Inspection & Maintenance Inspect air filter(s) Inspect thermostat operation Inspect burner operation Inspect heat exchanger Inspect safety controls Inspect fan/limit controls Inspect flue pipe at furnace Inspect wiring Inspect belts and pulleys (if applicable) Inspect flame sensor Inspect blower compartment Lubricate all moving parts (if applicable) Check voltage at furnace Check amp draws Check belts and pulleys (if applicable) Tighten loose screws on panels Tighten wires and wire connections Check temperature rise There are many benefits of preventative maintenance, but none more important than ensuring your...

Tips To Keeping Your Kitchen Sink Clean

Could Your Kitchen Sink Be a Science Experiment? Did you know that your kitchen sink can be one of the dirtiest things in your home? It even surpasses most bathrooms. From the sponges and soaps, to the frequently damp environment, to dirty dishes and food particles in the sink and disposal, the kitchen sink can be a breeding ground for bacteria. Here are some tips for keeping your kitchen sink clean: -Don’t let damp sponges sit in or around the sink. Get a holder for the sponge that will allos air to get around it and dry out quickly. The longer it is damp, the more bacteria that it develops. And don’t hesitate to throw the sponge in the washing machine, or simply throw it away and get yourself a new one. -Don’t let dirty dishes pile up. It is best to rinse your dirty dishes and put them in the dishwasher as soon as you are done with them, and wash those dirty pots and pans every day. -Run the garbage disposal! Don’t rinse something into the garbage disposal and let it sit. I’m sure you’ve had those times when you put grub down the drain and forgot to run it. The next morning you wake up to a foul smell and trace it back to the disposal. Ugh! -Towel dry (paper towels are actually best) the sink when you are done cleaning it. The less moisture, the better. -Don’t forget to clean the faucet and the drain stopper, too! When cleaning the sink and stopper, be sure to use a disinfectant that has bleach as an ingredient....