Frequently Asked Questions
The following are some answers to the HVAC questions that we generally receive from our clients about our HVAC products and services. If you do not see your question below or your would like additional information to answer your HVAC questions, please feel free to contact the technicians at Bart Inman Air – Heating and Cooling in St. Louis. Our expert technicians are highly trained and certified to offer you the best and most accurate services and information.
If you have any questions about your HVAC system or about purchasing a new heating and cooling system for your home in the greater St. Louis area or the Metro East, please contact our heating and air conditioning company today.
As a full service HVAC services company, we offer a complete range of heating and cooling services for our clients. Our HVAC services include repair, maintenance, and installation services for commercial and residential customers. These services are available for heating and cooling systems of all makes and models. Our services include:
Yes, we are available at Bart Inman Air 7 days a week to meet your HVAC system needs. From performing emergency repairs in the middle of the night or on holidays to offering maintenance, service, and installation on evenings and weekends, we can work around your schedule to meet your needs.
Contact us directly at (314) 293-2600 at any time of day or night to speak with us directly and to schedule your HVAC service appointment.
As a leading HVAC Services company in St. Louis and the Metro East, we offer our HVAC system services to commercial and residential clients throughout the entire St. Louis area. Our HVAC repair, maintenance, and installation services are available throughout St. Louis city and county and the Metro East including in:
- Clarkson Valley
- Creve Coeur
- Des Peres
- Fairview Heights
- Grantwood Village
- Maryland Heights
- Richmond Heights
- South County
- St. Louis County
- St. Louis City
- St. George
- St. John
- Sunset Hills
- Town and Country
- University City
- Valley Park
- Webster Groves
- West County
We also serve customers throughout Metro East Illinois including:
- Belleville, IL
- Caseyville, IL
- Collinsville, IL
- Columbia, IL
- Edwardsville, IL
- Fairview Heights, IL
- Glen Carbon, IL
- Maryville, IL
- O'Fallon, IL
- Shiloh, IL
- Waterloo, IL
Regular HVAC system cleaning and maintenance is important in order to keep your heating and cooling systems working efficiently and reliably. In fact, most manufacturers recommend annual HVAC system maintenance for your furnace, boiler, or air conditioner from a professional HVAC company in order to prevent breakdowns and optimize efficiency.
Learn more about The Importance of Heating Maintenance.
Changing your air filter is one of the most basic HVAC maintenance steps that you can take on your own to ensure efficiency and performance of your HVAC system. Your HVAC system will typically have a manufacturer recommendation for the frequency with which the filters should be changed.
In general, the amount of air pollution in your home such as pollen, dirt, dust, and pet dander will help determine how often you will need to clean or change your air filter. This can be as often as once month or as infrequently as on a quarterly basis. A simple way to tell if your air filter should be changed is to look at the air filter to determine if you can see any physical dirt or discoloration on the back. If so, it is likely time to clean or change the filter.
Learn more about Maintenance Tips for your Heating & Air Conditioning Systems.
When selecting a new HVAC system, you will have a number of choices to make and factors to consider. One of the most important factors when selecting a heating or cooling system is the system capacity required to keep your home or building at a comfortable temperature. This will depend both on your home's size as well as how much heat is let into or out of your house through poor insulation and windows.
At Bart Inman Air, our expert technicians can help you review your needs and select which HVAC system will work best for your home or building.
Learn more about Selecting your New Furnace.