Frequently Asked Questions

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1. How often should I check my air filter?

We believe it is important to check your air filters monthly. Depending on what type of air filter you have will greatly determine the health. If you have a disposable type filter and you start to notice it’s dirty we recommend you just throw it away and replace it with a new one. Non-reusable ones can last months, but it’s still important to check them monthly and make sure they are up to code.

2. What temperature should I set my thermostat on?

The temperature settings of your thermostat depend mainly on the time of year and your personal preferences. If it is during the summer, the average temperature setting is 75-80 degrees. During the winter we recommend that you keep it between 68-72 degrees.

3. Why is it important to choose a reliable HVAC company ?

You want to have a company with a long lasting track record that has proven to have a good reputation. Maurice’s heating and Cooling has the highest trained technicians that will get the job done correctly, efficiently and safely. We make sure our customers are 100% happy and satisfied.

4. What is the difference between a split unit and a package unit?

A split unit uses both indoor and outdoor components. A package unit doesn’t require external heating units, coils, or air handlers.

5. How do I know what size unit I need?

Unit sizes vary completely by the size of your home, insulation, how many people live in the house, the number of windows, major heat producing equipment and personal preference.

6. What does HSPF mean?

 HSPF stands for “ Heat seasonal performance Factor”. This is what measures the heat pump and the heating efficiency.

7. What does EER mean ?

EER is the Energy Efficiency Ratio. This measures the efficiency of the cooling system and how it will operate when the outdoor temperature is at a certain level.

8. How long will my system last?

Units lifespan will vary greatly. If you are taking care of the units and giving proper maintenance’s then your air conditioner can last anywhere from 12-15 years and a gas furnace anywhere from 20-25 years.

9. What should I look for when buying a new heating and cooling system?

Most important factor you want to be on the lookout for is the manufacture. You want to make sure you are getting a good reputable brand with high quality and durability. When shopping, look for a brand that has high ratings and positive reviews.

10. What does SEER mean?

SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficient Ratio. Air conditioners are rated according to their SEER. The higher the SEER rating of your air conditioner the more you save on electricity.