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Preseason AC Tune-Up

AC Tune-Up

Spring is here, which means summer isn’t far behind. Soon air conditioners will be humming 24/7 across the region to keep us comfortable in the heat, and if yours isn’t ready to go, now’s the right time to schedule your preseason air conditioner tune-up and avoid mid summer break up leading to costly repairs.

Your annual AC tune-up will include many important tasks that will increase system efficiency and longevity. Our highly trained technicians will include these points during the service:

  • Lubricate the parts of the system that move, such as the fan and motor, to prevent friction.
  • Check electrical connections and tighten any loose wires.
  • Clean and inspect essential components for any damage and advise necessary steps.
  • Inspect your ductwork for air leaks, which can reduce comfort and raise your energy bills, and obstructions, which can impede airflow and result in overheating.
  • Test the electric control of your air conditioner to ensure it cycles properly. Improper cycling reduces your comfort and takes a heavy toll on your system.
  • Measure the level of refrigerant and check for leaks. Refrigerant leaks are bad for the environment and prevent your air conditioner from maintaining a high level of comfort in your home. If a leak is detected, it will be repaired and tested, and your system will be topped off with the correct level of refrigerant.
  • Inspect the coils for scale and grime, which can prevent the optimum exchange of heat and reduce the efficiency of your system.
  • Inspect the terminals and wires for corrosion and rust, and apply a nonconductive coating if needed to help prevent rust and corrosion from developing.
  • Measure the airflow of your system to ensure proper operation and optimum cooling.
  • Flush the condensate drain to prevent clogs during periods of high humidity.
  • Change the filter if needed.
  • Calibrate the thermostat if needed.
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