HVAC Energy Savings You Can Feel

Looking to take your HVAC energy savings to the next level? Maintain your system’s performance and save on your monthly utilities costs with Art Newsome, Inc. Based in Newport News, Virginia, our contractor has the knowledge and expertise to keep your installation in top shape. Uphold your comfort and peace of mind with our wide-ranging maintenance plans. When you sign up for one of our energy savings agreements, you add a powerful element to your property maintenance elements.

Out of Sight Shouldn't Mean Out of Mind

When it comes to heating and cooling, the old adage rings true - out of sight usually means out of mind. Forgetting about your HVAC system is the main reason for neglected maintenance guidelines. Since the majority of HVAC systems are installed in places where we don’t see them, such as in garages, basements, closets, rooftops, or mechanical rooms, they are easy to simply ignore. As a consequence, systems are taken for granted until they fail.

Unfortunately, the fact that your system is operating does not ensure that it is operating at peak economic efficiency. Ignoring your HVAC system until it breaks means higher utility bills, personal discomfort, productivity loss, and even the premature replacement of system components.

The Importance of Energy Savings

The HVAC system is one of the largest energy users in virtually any property. In commercial applications where refrigeration augments HVAC systems, huge amounts of energy are consumed controlling indoor air comfort and quality. In fact, more than 33% of the energy consumed in the United States goes towards heating and cooling buildings. According to the Consortium of Energy Efficiency (CEE), up to 50% more energy can be saved with proper installation, sizing, and maintenance of commercial central air and heat pumps.

As such a power-intensive fixture in your home or business, ignoring your HVAC system can be detrimental to your finances. Don’t settle for suboptimal performance. Our energy savings agreements provide a way to fine tune your installation so you enjoy strong air while reducing your monthly heating and cooling bills.

Energy Savings Agreements Save Money

When you work with our HVAC repair and maintenance technicians, you can have confidence knowing that your system is in good hands. Our “Tune-Up Technicians” are available to ensure the performance of your investment. A planned maintenance program enables your heating and cooling system to remain in optimal condition. This program is embodied in our Energy Savings Agreements, shortened to “ESA.”

The ESA is a formal plan for scheduled precision tune-ups and maintenance for your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system. By performing a wide range of preventative maintenance tasks, you can expect better performance while keeping your overall operating costs low. The ESA includes visits by technicians during the Spring and Fall, where the demands on your HVAC system are at their lowest. We inspect and service your entire system to prepare it for the upcoming season.

Worry-Free Energy Savings Agreements

Tired of overpaying your utilities company? Our time-tested Energy Savings Agreements not only save you money, they also provide peace of mind. below are just a few of the benefits:

  • Lower Utilities Bills
  • 15% Discounts for Repairs, including Compressors and Heat Exchangers
  • Fewer System Failures
  • Extended Equipment Life
  • Priority Service
  • 24/7 Emergency Availability with No Overtime Charges
  • Predictable Overhead Costs
  • Service Calls Available through E-Form or Phone

The Industry-Forward Precision Tune-Up

Enjoy your investment and let us do all the hard work for you. The ESA program is a comprehensive plan to perform preventive maintenance and tuning procedures. If you already have your system on a Preventive Maintenance Agreement with another HVAC company, we invite you to compare our plan with theirs. When you do, we're confident you'll appreciate the additional potential savings made possible by ANI. Our rigorous, 48-Point Inspection includes:

  • Level and Check Thermostat for Proper Operation
  • Replace/Wash Air Filters
  • Remove Dust/Lint Build-up on Return Grille
  • Check Fan Motor Voltage and Amperage
  • Check Blower Voltage and Amperage
  • Check Compressor Voltage and Amperage
  • Clean Condenser Coil
  • Clean Evaporator Coil
  • Check Refrigerant Charge
  • Check Temperature Drop Across Coil
  • Check Temperature Rise Across Burner Chamber
  • Clean Air Cleaner Cells
  • Check Reversing Valve Operation
  • Inspect/Replace Blower Belt
  • Clean and Wax Exterior of Unit
  • Remove and Clean Burner Bars, if Removable
  • Inspect Wiring for Cuts or Fraying
  • Clean Blower Wheel (as required)
  • Inspect Fan Blades for Cracks and Balance
  • Inspect Motor Mounts for Security and Tighten
  • Perform Visual Refrigerant Leak Check
  • Tighten Schrader Cores
  • Tighten All Electrical Connections
  • Inspect Visible Line Set for Crimping and Chaffing
  • Check and Repair Suction Line Installation
  • Check Disconnect for Signs of Overheating
  • Check Fuse Holders for Tightness
  • Inspect Evaporator Drain Pan for Leaks
  • Clean Drain Pan and Add Algae Tablets
  • Check Relays for Proper Operation
  • Check Delay Timer for Proper Operation
  • Purge/Vacuum Drain Lines...Verify Drainage
  • Clean and Vacuum Heat Exchanger
  • Verify Hot Surface Igniter Operation
  • Clean Flame Sensor
  • Check for Proper Defrost Operation
  • Clean Debris from Condensing Unit
  • Check and Adjust Gas Pressure
  • Verify Pressure Switch Operation
  • Check and Set Thermostat Heat Anticipator
  • Check Fan/Limit Control Settings/Operation
  • Check for Combustibles Near Furnace
  • Visually Inspect Exterior of Flue Pipe
  • Check Contactors for burning and Pitting
  • Verify Proper Inducer Motor Operation
  • Lube Fan and Blower Motors (If Lubed Type)

Contact us today to learn how our Energy Savings Agreements keep your system running at peak efficiency. We proudly serve commercial and residential clients in Newport News, as well as Hampton, Poquoson, Yorktown, Williamsburg, Toano, Norge, Carrollton, Suffolk, Smithfield, and Gloucester County, Virginia.