Maintenance Plans

At RHMH, we offer a variety of service plans that will keep your home comfortable and energy efficient. We recommend semi annual inspections on all your HVAC units. During these inspections, our heating and cooling technicians will:

  • clean filters, blowers fans and condenser units
  • replace belts as needed
  • check coolant levels
  • inspect ignitors, burners, wiring and pumps
  • test all fans and motors
  • check carbon monoxide (CO) levels
  • clean and sanitize equipment

Regular scheduled service on your heating and cooling units will:

  • extend the life of you HVAC equipment
  • help avoid large repair bills
  • reduce your utility costs
  • improve air quality
  • improve home comfort
  • ensure home safety


There is nothing worse than a house with no heat, hot water or air conditioning. When a breakdown happens, our team of heating and cooling technicians are only a call away. We will quickly diagnose and repair any issue.

We repair:

  • furnaces
  • boilers
  • gas fireplace
  • space heaters
  • air conditioning units
  • hot water tanks
  • pool heaters
  • humidifiers
  • and more

We guarantee:

  • same day service (learn more)
  • 24-7 emergency service
  • our technicians will do the job right the 1st time (learn more)
  • our technicians won’t leave a mess (learn more)


When you need a new heating, cooling or hot water equipment, we can provide an energy efficient, cost effective solution. From replacing an aging furnace to the design and installation of new state of the art heating and air-conditioning system, you can depend on RHMH.  All of our installations include a thorough review of your home, taking into account factors including:

  • square footage of your home
  • age of your home
  • number and size of windows
  • ceiling height
  • how the house is insulated
  • how many people live in the home

This home review will ensure we install the right HVAC system that will be energy efficient and cost effective, saving you money in the long run.

BE AWARE OF THE DANGERS OF CARBON MONOXIDE (CO). Every natural gas appliance (furnace, hot water tank) can leak carbon monoxide. To keep CO to safe levels you should have all natural gas burning appliances serviced annually and install CO alarms in your home.

Contact us for a free assessment and quote.

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