Work with your representative to complete a one-time PTAC equipment checklist, and when old units need to be replaced, our PTAC response team can take care of everything for you. Available With Purchase Of 10 Or More Units.
Easy Ordering And Replacement: We maintain and reference your PTAC Equipment Checklist so we know exactly what you need
Our Dedicated PTAC Response Team: We ensure products are in stock and ready for delivery
Contractor Management: No need to vet installers; all of our carefully selected contractors are licensed, insured, and background-checked
Consolidated Billing: No third-party invoices to deal with
Getting Started Is Easy
Regular PTAC maintenance can maximize energy savings and extend the life of your HVAC equipment. To avoid the risk of property damage, electrical shock, or personal injury, turn off and unplug the PTAC unit before conducting any routine maintenance or services.
Recommended Monthly PTAC Self-Service Tasks:
PTAC air filter slowly to prevent dirt from falling back into the unit. For some units, the front grille must be
removed to access the filter.
Clean the filter with a vacuum or running water.
Replace any damaged filters.
If the PTAC unit is operated with the vent door closed, the vent screen does not need to be cleaned.
Remove the front grille.
Remove the screws securing the chassis to the wall sleeve and slide the chassis out far enough so the vent screen is
Clean or replace the vent screen, slide the chassis back into the wall sleeve, secure it in place, and reinstall the
Remove the front grille and clean it with a dampened cloth.