Air Conditioning Tune-Up

Multi-point seasonal cleaning, calibration and fine tuning.

The Benefits of an Air Conditioner Tune-up

An air conditioner’s filters, coils, and fins require regular maintenance for the unit to function effectively and efficiently throughout its years of service. Many problems that arise when heat waves arrive can be avoided by basic preventative maintenance. Think of HVAC system maintenance just like you do automobile maintenance. You make sure to change the oil in your engine to prevent major maintenance issues. Your HVAC System also needs a tune-up to prevent issues. Here is a list of the individual operations that are performed during a Tune Up.

  • Check Evaporator Coil where accessible
  • Check condenser fan blade for proper balance
  • Complete supply duct system inspection
  • Complete return duct system inspection
  • Test safety devices for proper operation
  • Inspect refrigerant line for cracks or leaks
  • Inspect electrical system for exposed wiring
  • Test blower motor amperage
  • Run test air conditioner
  • Monitor refrigerant operating pressures
  • Test operating amperage of compressor
  • Test amperage of condensing fan motor
  • Inspect starting components and switches
  • Remove and clean existing air filters
  • Inspect disconnect box for proper rating
  • Tighten all electrical connections
  • Provide instruction on maintenance

What Can I Expect from my Air Conditioner Tune-up?

This service usually lasts between 60 and 90 minutes, which is well worth the time to avoid costly breakdowns during the hottest days of the year. Neglecting necessary maintenance ensures a steady decline in air conditioning performance while energy use steadily increases.

Spring is the optimal time to schedule an AC tune up. A comprehensive tune-up service is the best way to eliminate any negative effects that the wet winter may have had on your air conditioning unit.

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Schedule Your AC Tune-Up Today!