Frequently Asked Questions
Drexel Hill, PA 19026
Tri-State area of PA, NJ, and DE.
We offer a free estimate. Please contact us to schedule an appointment today.
We offer 24-hour emergency service with technicians “on call” after hours.
We are committed to:
The ongoing training of our employees.
Adequate and fair compensation for work performed.
Providing the safest conditions possible to work in.
Never intentionally damaging the environment.
It is our intention to:
Deliver products and services that will ultimately exceed our customer’s expectations.
Be perceived by consumers and peers as the leader in providing quality indoor air comfort.
Be the best in all that we do.
Our goal is quality, service, and honesty beyond compare.
We offer all forms of payment from All major credit cards, Cash, Check, PayPal, Venmo.
Special financing options help you get what you really want or need
You don’t have to let a small budget keep you from getting what you really want or need. That’s why Perfect Degree HVAC offers special financing options.
Our financing can provide you with promotional financing for major purchases, offering you a budget-friendly way to help you get what you really want or need. Expand your purchasing power and convenience with:
- A simple application process, and fast credit decisions
- Unsecured, generous, revolving credit lines
- Open credit line for future purchases
- Convenient monthly payment options
- Competitive interest rates
- No prepayment penalties
And unlike Visa MasterCard and other bank cards, we provide multiple promotional financing options including:
- Deferred interest
- No interest with equal monthly payments
- Or fixed payment with interest plans offering APRs and interest rates much lower than most bank card rates
Without warranty coverage, a breakdown can mean significant expense in parts, labor, or both. However, with one of our service agreements, you avoid that unexpected significant expense. While no warranty can guard against every possible problem, we can explain the broad range of protection our service agreements afford.
- Clean burners
- Clean flame sensor
- Inspect and or replace air filter Perform CO test
- Measure temp in duct system to make sure heater is performing correctly
- Inspect for cracks in heat exchanger to make sure everyone is safe
- Check all wiring
- Clean drain lines (90% furnace)
- Measure amp draws to motors
For Air Conditioning
- Clean drains
- Measure temp in duct system to make sure working properly
- Measure amp draws to fan motors and compressors
- Measure refrigerant levels (plan includes 2lbs r-22)
- Clean outdoor coil
- Inspect air filters; replace if needed
HVAC is an acronym that stands for “Heating, Ventilation and Cooling”, and entails the maintenance, installation and repair of all machinery that falls under this scope. It includes all heating equipment, air conditioning, hybrids and air quality. When we say “HVAC repair”, we’re referring to the recovery and maintenance of any of these machines that are operating poorly, or not operating at all.
Keeping your filters clean is one of the most important and inexpensive ways homeowners can both increase the performance and help prolong the life of their HVAC systems. Dirty air filters can reduce the amount of airflow through your system, making your system work harder. Homeowners should avoid running their HVAC systems without filters. Filters improve indoor air quality, while preventing the accumulation of dust and dirt on the working parts of your furnace or air handler. Accumulated dirt can drastically reduce your system’s efficiency and performance, and it is frequently the cause of system breakdowns. You should change your filters whenever they are dirty. For an easy rule of thumb, the Department of Energy recommends replacing regular air filters in your furnace every month. Please give us a call and we can give you proper guidance.
Yes, it works. In 2012, researchers at Duke University Medical Center used ultraviolet radiation (UV-C) to nearly eliminate drug-resistant bacteria in 50 hospital rooms, reducing the number of bacteria by more than 97 percent.