Air Conditioner Maintenance

Unfortunately, a lot of people do not maintain their HVAC equipment. In a recent survey, over 55% of air conditioning owners do not schedule regular tune-ups for their air conditioning systems and units. Not coincidentally, over half of all A/C users express dissatisfaction with the performance of their air conditioner and its cost to operate. Furthermore, service records show that most major and costly air conditioning repair jobs could have been prevented or detected early with a simple annual tune-up. Click here to schedule today!

The old adage is true: an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Below you’ll find our Preventative Maintenance Checklist, which is our proven method to keep your system running well and your home in constant comfort.

ALL the following tests and inspections are performed:Spring Maintenance

  • Test Thermostat Operation / Calibration
  • Inspect Blower Belts (If Necessary)
  • Lubricate Blower Motor (If Necessary)
  • Lubricate Blower Wheel (If Necessary)
  • Visual Inspection of Indoor Coil
  • Check Temperature Differential
  • Inspect Electrical Disconnect Wires
  • Inspect Electrical Component Wires
  • Test Line / Load Voltage
  • Test Refrigerant Charge
  • Inspect Ourdoor Coils & Wash w/ Water (If Necessary)
  • Inspect Condenser Fan Motor
  • Inspect Condenser Bearings
  • Check Suction PSIG
  • Check Discharge PSIG
  • Check Superheat or Sub Cool
  • Check Amps on Outdoor Motor
  • Check Outdoor Entering Air
  • Check Outdoor Leaving Air
  • Check Indoor Entering Air Delta T
  • Check Indoor Leaving Air Delta T
  • Inspect Condensate Pump and Drains
  • Inspect Transformer
  • Includes Standard 1" Filters