All winter long, your home’s cooling system has been lying dormant. Before the heat hits, make sure your HVAC system is ready to go – Getting a tune-up to your air conditioning system can help you find small problems before they become big ones and extend the life of your system!

Tune-ups are important for helping your unit recover lost efficiency, helping avoid unexpected breakdowns.

If you want to save time and money to ensure your air conditioner is operating at peak performance, you must schedule regular professional maintenance. A spring checkup of your home’s A/C system can extend its life by several years, as well as save you up to 15 percent a month on your energy bills.

Ideally your heating and air conditioning system should be inspected at least once a year.
A thorough tune-up should include the following:

A comprehensive cleaning of the condenser coils. Dirt buildup on the condenser coils acts as accidental insulation against the transfer of energy, getting in the way of the coils’ main job. This causes your whole system to work harder, costing you more money.

Test refrigerant levels. Running out of refrigerant (due to a refrigerant leak) can cause your AC to die on a hot summer day.

Lubrication of all moving parts to eliminate friction and wear that can increase your energy costs.

A full calibration of your thermostat to verify proper operation.

An inspection of the ductwork for possible energy loss.

Tightening and inspection of all the electrical connections to verify safe system operation.

Inspect condenser fan motor, as is the case with capacitors, if your condenser fan motor goes so does your cool air. That’s why our expert technician inspect it during every AC tuneup.

Evaluate air filters, since your air conditioner is such a crucial component of home air quality, is important to ensure your air is healthy for your family to breathe and for your HVAC system. One of the simplest, most accurate ways to check it out is to examine your filters.

Benefits of an Air Conditioning Tune-Up Include:

Extended Life of Your System

Reduced Repairs

Improved Comfort

Better air quality

Optimal Efficiency

Lower cooling costs