Air Conditioner Tune-Up
We know how inconvenient it is when your air conditioner breaks down on a really hot day!
Be proactive to avoid being that person with skyrocketing blood pressure, frantic for a technician who can fix your A/C on a roasting weekend. Keep your cool and find out why spring is the best time to schedule an Air Conditioner tune-up.
- Flexible Scheduling
If you wait until summer, your HVAC contractor will be booked solid dealing with A/C emergencies. In spring, the contractor is more likely to be able to work around your schedule. Contact us today!
- Efficiency Increase
The dirtier your A/C system gets, the harder it has to work to achieve even subpar results. You may find yourself adjusting your thermostat downward, and still experiencing a hotter, more humid home than desired. During a tune-up, a technician boosts efficiency by cleaning your A/C’s coils, motor, and other components with specially formulated solutions.
- Emergency Prevention
Regular air conditioner tune-ups can also prevent major A/C breakdowns. Perhaps you’ve heard the old expression “a stitch in time saves nine”. In A/C terms, this could mean your technician prevents your compressor from burning out by fixing a small refrigerant leak noticed during a tune-up. Preventative maintenance is much more affordable than having your HVAC contractor replace a major part.
Comfort Kit Maintenance Contract
Get onboard with our Comfort Kit service package for worry-free maintenance on your air conditioner, furnace, or both!
Here’s what we do as part of your routine maintenance:
- Check Thermostat (function, settings, location)
- Check / Lubricate Furnace Fan Motor (as applicable)
- Check Blower Motor Amps (as applicable)
- Check Filter System (clean / replace if customer has filter)
- Check Contactor (clean as required)
- Inspect Condenser Fan Motor and Blades
- Check Condenser Coil (clean as required)
- Check Compressor
- Check Refrigerant Line Temperatures
- Check Evaporator Temperature Drop
- Check Humidifier Damper Position (seasonal – summer closed)
- Check Condensate Pump / Lines (clean as required
- Inspect Electrical Connections (tighten, clean as required)
- Check Capacitors (for leakage / function)
- Check Electrical Loads / Current Draw
- Clear Debris from Condenser
- Inspect Service Valves
- Clean Blower (as required)
- Inspect Evaporator Coil (clean as required if accessible)
- Locate / Identify System Switch and / or Breaker
- Check and Advise Customer on Performance and Air Distribution