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You have a lot of choices when it comes to heating and air conditioning parts and products. How in the world will you know what to choose? Well, look no further, because we only carry the absolute best systems; and we know they are the best because we use them in our own homes.

Mitsubishi and Rheem heating & air conditioning systems offer the highest level of home comfort at the lowest possible cost of operation. Their systems and products are praised by consumer publications and meet or exceed all government standards for efficiency. Most importantly, all Mitsubishi and Rheem heating and cooling systems and products are easy to use and maintain.

A family business since 1970, Benitz Service Company is dedicated to making sure your system keeps you healthy, comfortable, and worry-free for years to come; and our high efficiency systems mean that you get to keep more money in your pocketbook!

So call or click today to find out more about our heating, cooling, and indoor air quality products!

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AC Replacement
Specializing in residential and commercial air conditioner replacement, Benitz Service Company is dedicated to keeping our clients in the Sedalia area cool. No job is too big or small, and we deliver 100% customer satisfaction on every project. We also offer a wide selection of air conditioner models at affordable prices.

THE Benitz Service Company DIFFERENCE
Our trained service technicians are happy to sit down with you and your family or coworkers to discuss your needs and help you find the best air conditioning system for your budget. We pride ourselves on working hard to ensure not only affordability, but quality and complete customer satisfaction as well.

So whether you need air conditioner replacement for a single unit or an entire office building, our highly trained and experienced contractors will provide the speedy, high-quality service you can always depend on. Call us today to learn about our seasonal specials!

Heating System Replacement
As your heating system ages, it can lose efficiency or stop working altogether. If you're in need of a new heater, the company to turn to in the Sedalia area is Benitz Service Company.

WE'LL KEEP YOU WARM
At Benitz Service Company, we provide the highest level of quality in all our heating system replacement work, and all jobs are performed by highly-experienced contractors you can trust. When you work with us, you'll benefit from our wide selection of heating system models and affordable pricing. And because we value our customers, we strive to achieve 100 percent client satisfaction on every job.

If your heating system is on its way out, one call to Benitz Service Company is all it takes to get the ball rolling on installing a new one. So don't wait for the cold to set in. Call us today to schedule an estimate.

AC Repair
Specializing in residential and commercial air conditioner repair, Benitz Service Company is committed to keeping our clients in the Sedalia area cool. No matter how old your system is, we'll do our best to repair it in a quick and cost-effective fashion.

HERE TO HELP
At Benitz Service Company, we'll work to keep your system running at full capacity. No job is too big or small, and we strive for 100% customer satisfaction on every project. So whether you need air conditioner repair work for a single unit or an entire office building, our highly trained and experienced contractors will provide the speedy, high-quality service you can depend on. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call us today.

Heating

At Benitz Service Company we believe the heating system that is in your Sedalia, Missouri home is much more than a heating system...it is your environment.

We install and maintain many types of furnaces for all of your residential and commercial needs.

Our trained and knowledgeable technicians will perform a full 15 point cleaning and safety inspection on your furnace. After this preventive maintenance is performed, you can be assured of several things; lower gas bills, higher efficiency, longer life expectancy of your furnace, and a safer healthier place for you and your family to live.

 

FAQ About Furnaces

1. How often should I change my filter?

The frequency of changing the filter depends of many factors. On most filters, the manufacturer of the filter has a period of usage stamped on the side. This is usually thirty days. The filter may need to be changed more when the life style of the home is taken into consideration. Pets, allergies, living on a gravel road, and having windows open are some of the reasons why a filter may need to be changed more frequently. If the filter has a visible presence of dirt and debris, it should be changed.

2. What happens if I don’t change my filter?

The filter’s function is to filter the air that flows through the home via the air duct system. A clean filter allows more air to flow through the duct work. This allows the equipment to function according to the manufacturer’s specifications. A clean filter also presents a healthier living environment. Benitz’s data suggests that an excessive dirty filter leads directly or indirectly to 75% of all service calls.

3. How often should I have my furnace maintained?

Annually, being a furnace is a gas appliance with a high consumption of fuel. A furnace should be tested annually for gas leaks, carbon monoxide, performance, as well as cleaning the motor, burners, heat exchanger and checking all parts and functions.

4. When is the best time of year to clean my furnace?

Typically between the months of September and November are better because most companies slow down. It’s also warmer out and you can beat the winter rush while taking advantage of specials.

5. How often should I clean my ducts?

Industry standards for duct cleaning recommend cleaning your ducts every year or two depending on the home. If you have pets that shed, then they need to be cleaned more often.

6. Can I clean my own furnace?

It would be very difficult to clean your furnace yourself without proper training, equipment, and expertise. Usually homeowners miss the crucial parts of the cleaning and tuning process.

7. When should I replace my furnace?

The government recommends having your furnace replaced if it’s over 20 years old. The difference in the energy efficiency of newer furnaces compared to older furnaces can be very substantial in most cases. New furnaces burn a lot less fuel to heat your home, saving you big money over the years.

8. Why won’t my pilot light stay lit?

If the pilot light will not stay lit, it is because either the thermocouple or gas valve is bad. A furnace with a standing pilot light is a very old furnace. Government regulations mandate that all furnaces had to have an efficiency rating of 80% or higher in 1992. The industry eliminated standing pilot to help achieve this goal.

9. Why do I have water around my furnace floor area?

Water around the furnace floor area can be results of many issues. In most cases, the hot water heater is located in the same area. Therefore, the water heater may be leaking. If a whole house humidifier is located at the furnace, the drain line on the humidifier may be plugged or disconnected. If the furnace is a high efficiency unit, it will produce condensation. This condensation drains though a combination of tubing and PVC piping. A loose or plugged connection may be cause of the leak.

10. Why are some of my rooms in my home cold in the winter and hot in the summer?

Poor duct work design may be the problem. During the construction of the house, improper sized duct may have been installed. Another possibility is the cooling or heating system is improperly sized. If the room is upstairs, lack of attic insulation maybe the problem.

Cooling

At Benitz Service Company we believe the cooling system in your Sedalia, Missouri home is much more than a cooling system ... it is your environment.

We install and maintain many types of cooling equipment for all of your residential and commercial needs.

Our trained, experienced, and knowledgeable technicians will perform a full 15 point cleaning and safety inspection on your air conditioner. After this preventive maintenance inspection is performed, you can be assured of several things; lower electric bills, higher efficiency, longer life expectancy of your cooling unit, and a safer healthier place for you and your family to live.

 


FAQ About My Air Conditioner


1. How often should I need to add “Freon”?
NEVER!! That’s correct, never. The Freon system is a sealed system. Once the system is filled during the initial installation, a system should never need Freon again. If your air conditioner needs Freon yearly it has a serious leak. You should consider repairing the leak or replacing the equipment.

2. What happens if I don’t change my filter?
Benitz’s data suggests an excessive dirty filter leads directly or indirectly to 75% of all service calls. A filter or no filter can contribute to an extremely expensive service call. In the cooling mode, a dirty filter causes low air flow across the evaporator coil. No filter allows air borne debris to collect on the evaporator coil. A dirty evaporator coil prevents heat from inside your home from transferring to the cool refrigerant. Putting it in simple terms, a dirty or lack of an air filter can result in thousands of dollars’ worth of equipment. A clean filter also presents a healthier living environment.

3. How often should I have my air conditioner serviced?
Annually. A cleaned and tuned up air conditioner provides cold air at a lower cost of electricity to produce. A question I have for you, if you don’t mind: how often do you change the oil in your car? The air conditioner in your home operates more during the summer than your car. We like to call the residential air conditioner the “hidden appliance”. Most homeowners neglect this appliance until it’s too late. The unit will break down when it’s needed the most.

4. When is the best time of the year to service my air conditioner?
The best time of the year for servicing your air conditioner is in late April or early May. This will allow you to beat the heat and the rush. BUT, any time is the best time to service your air conditioner if you haven’t had the unit serviced in years.

5. Can I service my own air conditioner?
We don’t know your mechanical skills, so we don’t know that answer. The outdoor unit should be kept free of grass clippings and other debris. If you wash the outdoor unit, make sure the electrical breaker for the unit is off! You don’t want to electrocute yourself. Never use a wire brush to clean the coil. Our Comfort Club program includes cleaning the outdoor coil.

6. When should I replace my air conditioner?
Replacing an air conditioner is a major investment. Having the proper knowledge of the situation is extremely important when making the decision of repairing or replacing. If the condenser (the outside unit) is 4 years old, the decision may be different than a unit 10 years old and definitely different from a unit 15 years old. If the system is out of warranty, the decision becomes even tougher. Here at Benitz, we explain all options, give you accurate advice and experience so you can make the decisions right for your family.

7. Install the biggest air conditioner that is made!
NO can do!! An oversized air conditioner will cool down your home quickly. That’s good!! But, an air conditioner needs to operate and remove the humidity from the air in your home. An oversized air conditioning system will make your home feel like a cave, cold and clammy.

8. Why is there ice on the copper lines?
Ice should never be on any part of your system. The temperature must always be above 32 degrees. If the temperature drops to 32 degrees, the humidity will turn to ice. Air cannot pass or flow thru ice! Three reasons for ice forming are low levels of Freon, lack of air (usually caused by dirty filter or evaporator coil), or too much Freon in the system. The solution to this problem is simple and usually takes an hour.

9. Why do I have water around my furnace floor area?
During the cooling season, when the air conditioner is operating, the warm air passes over the air conditioner’s evaporator. The heat from your home transfers from the warm air flow to the Freon cycling in the air conditioning system. The humidity in the air flow cannot transfer into the copper or aluminum coils. The humidity condenses into water and drains into a drain pan. The drain pan usually has a ¾ PVC fitting attached to it. When the coil pan leaks or the drain line is plugged, water will spill into areas around the furnace. This problem usually occurs with older equipment.

10. Why are some of my rooms in my home cold in the winter and hot in the summer?
Poor duct work design may be the problem. During the construction of the house, improper sized duct may have been installed. Another possibility is the cooling or heating system is improperly sized. If the room is upstairs, lack of attic insulation may be the problem. Remember, heat rises and cooler air falls to the lower areas of your home. All problems have solutions and Benitz has experience in all areas.

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Thank you for choosing Benitz Service Company to keep your home comfortable!

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2927 Clinton Road
Sedalia, Missouri

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