All State Air

All State Air Control
An Attitude of Service

Hours of Operation

Monday – Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Emergency Service Available 24/7

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HVAC Maintenance Tips

Keeping your heating and cooling systems in good working order means lower utility bills, a more comfortable environment, and fewer repairs. We offer helpful tips on maintaining your heating and air-conditioning systems.

Cleaning Inside Heating Floor Vent

Maintenance Scheduling

Schedule a maintenance service before the heating season starts to prevent any problems with your system. It's better to find out before it's freezing outside! Do the same for your cooling system before the sweltering season begins.

When you sign up for a maintenance agreement with All State Air Control, maintenance work will be automatically scheduled and billed by us, ensuring lower energy bills and reducing the need for future repairs. Contact us today to sign up.

For the "Do It Yourselfers"


Check your heating and cooling air filters every month while they are in use. Operating your system with old, dirty filters means energy is wasted. It may even damage your system. Remember to check and clean the filters in your home's air cleaners and humidifiers too.

System Checks

To make sure you're getting the most out of your heating system, keep the heating registers and vents throughout the house free of dust, dirt, and pet hair by vacuuming them at least once a year. Listen for odd sounds when your heating or cooling system kicks in. If you hear anything unusual, get in touch with your service professional so you can head off problems before they become serious. Don't keep clutter near your furnace. It's a fire hazard, and may keep your system from operating efficiently. Bleeding your hot water system radiators at least once a year will also increase efficiency and prevent problems down the road.

Heating System Checklist:

  • Clean & Inspect Heat Exchanger(s), Burners & Pilot Assemblies
  • Clean or Replace Filters
  • Lubricate Necessary Moving Parts
  • Test All Safety Controls & Devices
  • Test Voltage of Motors
  • Test Amp Draw on Motors
  • Calibrate Thermostats
  • Measure Temperature Difference
  • Check Gas Pressure
  • Test in Heat Cycle

A/C System Checklist:

  • Check Thermostat Operation
  • Clean & Adjust Automatic Controls
  • Check for Refrigerant Leak (Locating Leak Additional)
  • Lubricate All Parts as Necessary
  • Check Blower Belt, Tension & Alignment
  • Replace Air Filter with High Efficient Media
  • Check Coil Temperatures
  • Inspect & Clean Condensate Pump
  • Check Evaporator
  • Clean Condenser Coil

Clean Condenser Coils

Dirty condenser coils will raise refrigerant pressure higher than needed, increasing your electric bill. Cleaning condenser coils will keep your equipment at maximum efficiency and save you money.

Check Refrigerant Charge

Refrigerant charge is checked by measuring temperature differential and reading the pressure gauges. An improper charge can easily go unnoticed and may cause the compressor to shut down. Periodic checks can lower energy bills and prevent future repairs.

Inspect and Clean the Condensate Drain

Clogged drains can increase the humidity inside homes, and can result in extensive water damage. Proper maintenance of the condensate drain can prevent future repairs.

Inspect Blower Wheels

Dirty blower wheels reduce air flow, causing longer operating time and increased energy costs. Avoid discomfort and wasted energy by ensuring that your maintenance includes a thorough check and cleaning of your blower system.

Helpful Links

Professional Organizations:

New York State Energy Research & Development Authority (NYSERDA) — NYSERDA, a New York State public benefit corporation, offers objective information and analysis, innovative programs, technical expertise, and funding to help New Yorkers increase energy efficiency, save money, use renewable energy, and reduce their reliance on fossil fuels. NYSERDA professionals work to protect our environment and create clean-energy jobs. NYSERDA has been developing partnerships to advance innovative energy solutions in New York since 1975.

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