We design HVAC systems that are specific to our customers needs. Home comfort problems are not addressed by replacing equipment alone. You can rest assured knowing that Davis Services has designed your system based on correct airflow and temperature readings. This requires us to address old ductwork In our customers homes. Is it the correct size? Is it leaking? Is insulation surrounding the ductwork adequate?
Normally, these questions determine if there are hot and cold spots in the home or if there is an energy efficiency problem. The most important day of your systems life is the day that it was started up. At the conclusion of the installation, we test the system’s performance to ensure that your new comfort system was installed correctly.
Customers want to see the value of their installation. Let’s face it, purchasing a new system for your home is a big investment. When you need to purchase a new system, Davis Services will make sure it is installed correctly, efficiently, and safely. That’s our highest priority.
The best way to protect your investment is through regular maintenance. There is nothing better for your heating and/or air conditioning system than annual maintenance. Annual maintenance allows your system to work at peak efficiency year in and year out. A system that is maintained annually experiences considerably fewer breakdowns.
This virtually eliminates the need for you to pay for costly repairs. You’ll enjoy the peace of mind in knowing that your system is saving you money on your utility bills every time it comes on. In some instances, the energy savings are enough to pay the cost of the planned annual maintenance service.
HVAC maintenance can help you save money!
It will improve your overall air quality!
Your unit’s life will extend!
The need for emergency repairs will be minimized!
Choose A Certified Contractor
You can count on us to do your diagnostic and repair work efficiently because our technicians are NCI (National Comfort Institute) certified.
Why chose a NCI certified contractor?
For the same reasons most of us choose:
- A certified public accountant to do our taxes
- A certified realtor to sell our houses
- An AMA-certified doctor to examine and treat us
- A bar-certified lawyer to represent us in court
In all of these professions, the designations come to people who have studied, tested and achieved a level of competence that resulted in receiving a professional designation.
An NCI certified contractor in air diagnostics and balancing, or certified in carbon monoxide and combustion is no different. NCI certified contractors have attended classes, used specialized equipment and are constantly up-to-date on the latest diagnostic and repair techniques in these fields.
An NCI certified technician has passed a recognized testing process which validates his or her understanding of the technology and procedures used in this field. In addition NCI monitors their certified contractors and requires recertification every 2 years.
You might find a qualified uncertified contractor who could diagnose your comfort problem. You might also find someone who knows a lot about law who could represent you in court. The question is; does it make sense?