N22W22967 Nancys Ct Ste A Waukesha, WI 53186
262-436-0505 • 414-354-1180
N89W16340 Main St Menomonee Falls, WI 53051
Listed below are frequently asked questions relating to the HVAC field. If you are experiencing a problem which requires attention and if you are in our service area, you may set up an appointment online or call us to schedule a service call.
We hope this information helps you. Please keep in mind these are just rough guidelines and not all possible situations are covered.
Fall is a great time to remember to change the filters in your system when you change the smoke alarms in your household! Check out our online shop for filters, humidifier pads, thermostats and UV bulbs—purchase your filters on our site and receive a 10% discount and FREE shipping!
We recommend annual tune-ups. Your equipment can be tuned up ANY time during the year and does not have to be done before the start of the heating or cooling season, as long as it's tuned up on a regular basis. But to eliminate any surprise repairs and beat the seasonal rush, turn your furnace on BEFORE the weather turns cold to see if it's working.
Tune-up prices are currently as follows:
Gas Furnace — $109.95
Central Air Conditioner — $109.95
Gas Boiler — $109.95
High Efficiency Gas Boiler — $199.95
Oil Furnace — $179.95
Unico/air handler cooling only system — $134.95
Humidifier with a furnace tune-up — $59.95
Humidifier without a furnace tune-up — $79.95
EAC with furnace tune-up — $49.00
Watch your mail for our spring and fall mailers for $10 off your tune-up!
Yes, we do charge a diagnostic fee, which is currently $89.00. After that, repairs are flat rate time and material, based on the problem. Our service technician will quote the cost of repair before he does any work, but the $89 charge will always apply.
You can either complete our contact form or call 414-354-1180. We will be happy to set up an appointment for you with one of our salespeople. All sales estimates are free.
Seider services all makes and models of furnaces and air conditioners.
The most obvious solution to saving on your energy bills is to turn down your thermostat. However, here are 10 ways to conserve energy: