Randy Explains the Employee of the Month Program

We like to give back to our community. And after talking to our team, we discovered they do too, but they don’t always have the time or resources. That’s why we implemented the “give back” portion of our Employee of the Month program. Every month, we take a percentage of our net sales and give half Read more…

Watch: What to Expect During an HVAC Install

What to Expect During an HVAC Install Our job is to install the absolute best system possible.  Here are a few things to expect on the day of your HVAC installation from the On Time Experts. The On Time Experts is the most experienced and qualified team to install your new HVAC system. Give us a Read more…

What are Code Upgrades?

We get a lot of calls from people wondering why we can’t provide the cost of a new HVAC system over the phone. The answer? Code upgrades. When we install a new system, we pull a permit. At the end, we have the city come out to make sure that the work was done right Read more…

Watch: What to Expect When We Show Up for a Service Call

What to Expect When We Show Up for a Service Call You can’t fix what you don’t know, right? Communication with a client during a service call is key to finding the right solution. Schedule your service call with the On Time Experts by calling 267-2007.

What is Upfront Pricing?

Upfront pricing means you’ll know exactly what your HVAC repairs will cost, and you won’t pay a penny more. In the early days, back when I first started, we charged a trip charge to come out to your home. And then on top of that, we charged $12 every fifteen minutes that we were there. Read more…

Watch: Why Do We Provide Options During a Service Call?

Why Do We Provide Options During a Service Call? When we’re at your home for a service call, we’ll provide you with every possible option to fix your issue. Why is that? If you need service this summer, call the team with your best interest at heart at 267-2007.

6 Tips for Summer AC Efficiency

Here a few tips to help you get through the dog days of summer and knock a little bit off your utility bill. 1. Make sure your filters are clean. Check them out on a monthly basis. If they are clean, go ahead and leave them. If they’re dirty, either clean or replace. 2. Seal Read more…