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ATLANTA, GA

4554 Stonegate Industrial Blvd. Suite C

Stone Mountain, GA 30083

 

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phone: 404.297.6535

fax: 404.298.9176

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BIRMINGHAM, AL

561 Simmons Drive

Trussville, AL 35173

 

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phone: 205.655.5099

fax: 205.655.5085

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FAYETTEVILLE, NC

659 N. Holland Avenue

Dunn, NC 28334

 

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phone: 910.304.1277

fax: 910.401.1383

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JACKSON, MS

183 Marketridge Drive

Ridgeland, MS 39157

 

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phone: 601.957.7782

fax: 601.957.9147

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LEXINGTON, KY

1063 Manchester Street

Lexington, KY 40508

 

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phone: 859.254.8878

fax: 859.231.9224

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LOUISVILLE, KY

2171 Watterson Trail

Louisville, KY 40299

 

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phone: 502.263.7871

fax: 502.267.4720

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N KY/CINCINNATI

3000 Earhart Court

Hebron, KY 41048

 

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phone: 859.371.3803

fax: 859.372.4901

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RALEIGH, NC

659 N Holland Avenue

Dunn, NC 28334

 

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phone: 910.304.1277

fax: 919.401.1383

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Phone: 662.289.3646

Fax: 662.289.3713

Toll Free: 800.688.4839


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RESIDENTIAL SERVICE

Ivey Mechanical’s residential service department has evolved over the years. Services offered vary by location. Our service locations operate on the premise that home owners should have a professional looking after their HVAC/plumbing systems. We have found that many home owners do not realize the impact that not taking care of their systems has on their home budget.

 

Our Residential Service Group suggests you maintain the following items

Our Residential Service Group suggests you maintain the following items:

  • Cooling equipment maintenance and repairs
    • Outdoor condenser coil
    • Indoor evaporator coil
    • Refrigerant charge (pressure/temperatures)
    • Electrical components (clean and inspect)
    • Safety controls for proper operation
    • Capacitors and relays
    • Compressor contacts
    • Compressor and fan motor amperage draw
    • Furnace blower motor belt
    • Air filter
    • Lubricate of moving parts
    • Condensate pump/drains (drain/flush)
    • Thermostat (adjust and clean)
  • Heating equipment maintenance and repairs
    • Furnace heat exchanger
    • Carbon monoxide test on heat exchanger
    • Gas valve operation
    • Limit switch functions on furnace
    • Safety controls for proper operation
    • Electrode or pilot assembly
    • Furnace flue pipe, draft diverter or barometric damper
    • Furnace burners, flame sensor, and spark ignition
    • Condensate drain
    • Igniter performance and ohms
    • Pressure switch operation
    • Furnace blower belt and filter
    • Motors and bearings (lubrication)
    • Blower motor amperage draw
    • Thermostat operation
    • Smoke and carbon monoxide detectors

Ivey Mechanical will provide the customer with a report of equipment condition and suggested repairs if needed.

  • Indoor air quality-filtration, humidification, and ultra violet sanitization
  • Plumbing maintenance and repairs
    • Water main shut off valve
    • Faucets-leaking or broken
    • Toilet-leaking or not flushing
    • Water pressure
    • Washer machine hose connections
    • Clogged or slow drains
    • Shower heads
    • Shut off valves
    • Shower/tub caulking
    • Outside faucets
    • Garbage disposal

Ivey Mechanical will provide the customer with a report of plumbing condition and suggested repairs if needed.

  • Hot water heater repair and replacement
  • Priority customer agreements
    • Priority scheduling
    • Discounts on services provided
    • Efficient and smoother running equipment-reduces utility costs
    • Better maintained equipment that extends its life cycle
    • Customer peace of mind with safe equipment operation

Equipment Replacements

Equipment replacements

  • Quick access to stocked equipment
  • Old equipment removed
  • Installers use drop cloths to insure your home stays clean

System Maintenance and Repairs

System Maintenance and Repairs

  • Quick response
  • Emergency repairs
  • Warranty service
  • Reduces costly repairs
  • Reduces unexpected downtime
  • Reduces utility costs
  • Helps maintain home market value
  • Ensures home owner comfort

Home Energy Tips

Home Energy Tips

  • Reduce infiltration by insulating older windows
  • Reduce infiltration by sealing leaks around windows, doors & pipe or duct openings
  • Reduce infiltration by caulking or weather stripping
  • Reduce infiltration by adjusting exhaust hoods
  • Use water flow restrictors in showerheads and faucets to reduce hot water usage
  • Check you attic or crawl space insulation and upgrade if necessary
  • Set thermostat at 70 degrees Fahrenheit or lower during the day in the winter and 58 degrees when you are away
  • Set thermostat at 78 degrees Fahrenheit during the day in the summer and 85 degrees when you are away
  • Use a programmable thermostat to automatically set your temperature every day
  • Avoid blocking vents and air returns with furniture, area rugs or draperies
  • Check you ductwork for energy loss due to air leakage
  • Use ceiling fans in the summer and reverse the direction for the winter
  • Replace incandescent lights with fluorescent lamps
  • Close fireplace dampers
  • Change or clean air filters every one to three months
  • Use variable speed motors instead of single speed motors
  • Set your hot water heater at 120 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Inspect and service your air conditioning and heating system
  • Increase your humidity level during the winter
  • Take advantage on the natural solar heat during the winter by keeping draperies open around windows
  • Keep you garage door closed during the winter

Did you know?

Did you know?

  • Routine maintenance will save on utility bills, repair costs and extend the life of your air conditioning equipment
  • A digital programmable thermostat can cut as much as one third off your utility bill
  • The size of your air conditioning equipment affects its efficiency and your utility bill
  • As air conditioning equipment ages the energy efficiency declines
  • You can save as much as 50% on your utility bill with a new high efficiency air conditioner
  • Your water heater can account for about 14% of your home energy usage
  • You can save money and extend the life or your water heater with routine maintenance
  • Keeping your outside air conditioning unit level and coils clean of dirt and other debris can extend the life of the equipment and lower you energy bills
  • Your air conditioning system uses the most energy in your home followed by your water heater and then lighting

Heating & Air Conditioning and Plumbing Tips

Heating & Air Conditioning and Plumbing Tips

  • Filters need to be changed between 1 to 3 months depending on home occupancy and pets
  • A typical air conditioning system will last 10 to 12 years and will decline in efficiency as it gets older
  • You can reduce your energy costs by using a programmable thermostat and having routine maintenance done to your air conditioning system
  • You can have more efficient running air conditioning equipment with routine maintenance that will help prevent future problems from occurring
  • With a Priority Service agreement you can take advantage of discount pricing for repairs as well as priority scheduling
  • If you have an increased water bill it might be due to a leaking toilet
  • If you hear you water heater making a rumbling sound it might be time to have a routine maintenance done
  • Programmable thermostat batteries need to be replaced once each year
  • Set thermostat at 70 degrees Fahrenheit or lower during the day in the winter and 58 degrees when you are away
  • Set thermostat at 78 degrees Fahrenheit during the day in the summer and 85 degrees when you are away
  • Keep vents and grills free from obstructions
  • Keep you air conditioning outdoor unit free from obstructions of shrubs and bushes
  • Consider using de-humidification in the summer and humidification in the winter
  • Do not locate any heat generating appliances near your thermostat