Add Protection to your Products!
Protect your products with JP Heating and Air Conditioning’s 10-year protection plan! Along with our maintenance agreement and 24-hour emergency service, you can remain confident that your heating and cooling system will be maintained and repaired for many years to come.
In our protection plan, you give us a call and we will provide 100% of the labor with no deductibles. You do not pay any out-of-pocket service fees or trip charges either. In addition to these perks, it is also transferrable, so if you will not be using the plan for the full 10 years, let the new homeowner know and we can transfer it over (for a fee).
With JP Heating and Air Conditioning’s maintenance agreement you can save all year round. Some of the included benefits of purchasing our maintenance agreement are that our staff will call you to set up your annual cleaning and you will receive 15% off all parts and labor for any service throughout the year. With this priority service, there are no diagnostic or trip charges, and no extra charge for after hour service calls!
24-Hour Emergency Service
With our 24-hour emergency service you can be rest assured that even in the direst of circumstance, you can reach us. Whether you need our service after hours on a weekday, weekend, or during the holiday – you can call us, and a member of our team will address any technical issues you may have. We will discuss our emergency services with you, explain the pricing options, and dispatch a technician to your home immediately.
Before you call, you can try these troubleshooting methods. For a heater, make sure that your thermostat is set above room temperature and that the line switch near it is set to the “on” position. Second, you will need to check the circuit breaker to make sure that is hasn’t tripped and make sure the furnace fuses are working. If those options don’t work, make sure the compartment covers are securely closed and check the flue or intake outside is clear of obstruction. Lastly, see if your air filter is causing the problem and replace it if need be.
For an air conditioning unit, check that the thermostat is set below room temperature and make sure the switch is set to “on”. Then check the same aspects as you did for the heater with your circuit breaker and fuses, as well as with the closed compartment covers and outside grills for obstruction. Lastly, look at that air filter.
If none of these methods work, contact us!