Tune-ups are the key to your AC systems’ efficiency and service life. Just like a car, a boat, or even a relationship, your air conditioner needs TLC to keep it happy and fully functional. You wouldn’t skip your vehicles’ oil change or stop filling it up with gas. The same goes for your air conditioner. Regular tune-ups keep your system working to keep you and your home cool, calm, and collected.
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For an HVAC system to function, it connects to your home’s electrical wiring. Air conditioners use refrigerant which is a hazardous chemical. These factors create a potentially dangerous situation when trying those (DIY) repairs. Dangers can include electrical fires, electric shocks, possible damage to gas lines, and more. You could also set yourself up for a financial loss by causing larger, more costly issues than were already there, along with the risk of voiding your systems’ warranty.
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Air conditioning tune-ups provide a valuable service to homeowners. They restore much of the AC unit’s lost efficiency and capacity. Additionally, tune-ups improve reliability by catching problems before they lead to failures.
Heating and Air Conditioning equipment, no matter what kind you have, should be inspected, cleaned, and serviced at least once a year. The best scenario is to have the heating system checked in the fall and the air conditioning checked in the spring.
If you don’t schedule regular tune-ups then dirt and dust will get deposited in its filters. This collection of dust and dirt in the filters affect its efficiency and functionality making it work harder than it should, increasing those energy bills once again.
Most common AC tune-ups will include condenser coil cleaning, calibrating the thermostat, inspecting your refrigerant levels and observing for leaks, examining and tightening all electrical parts, and analyzing the operation of the blower belt and motor.