Inefficient air-conditioner operation and costly energy bills can burn your wallet. Maintain safe, effective cooling for less, and stay comfortable with this refreshing offer!
The Fine Print
- Not valid for cash back
- Deal cannot be combined with other specials or offers
- Deal cannot be applied to current or past jobs
- For residential service only
- Appointments are to be performed during normal business hours
- Limit one deal per person/household
- Deal does not include repairs to broken parts or components
- Image may not reflect exact product/service
- 30-Day Refund Guarantee
- check Safety Inspection
- check Inspect Parts
- check Test Equipement
- check Identify Needed Repairs
A/C Tune-Up Details
A thorough tune-up should include the following:
- A comprehensive cleaning of the condenser coils. Doing so increases efficiency (which directly impacts energy costs) and can reduce the wear and tear on your system.
- Evaluation of the coolant level to help maintain peak operating performance. 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.
- Evaluate performance of the blower motor and the condition of the blower belt.
These are just a few of the standard checks that should be performed by a reliable HVAC technician.
Trained technicians will perform a 60 minute tune-up and professional cleaning including the following 26 procedures:
- Blower Motor – measure amperage and voltage for proper operation
- Thermostat – test for proper operation, calibrate, and level
- Cleaning existing air filter (as needed)
- Bearing – inspect for wear and lubricate
- Inspect indoor coil if accessible
- Confirm proper return air and size
- Inspect Condenser Coil
- Refrigerate – monitor operating pressures
- Safety Devices – inspect for proper operation
- Electrical Disconnect Box – inspect for proper rating and safe installation
- Electrical Wiring – inspect and tighten connections
- Test/inspect contactors for burned, pitted contacts
- Inspect electrical for exposed wiring
- Inspect and test capacitors
- Inspect fan blade
- Clean condenser coil and remove debris
- Inspect service valves for proper operation
- Measure Supply/Return temperature differential
- Inspect ductwork for energy loss
- Compressor – monitor, measure amperage and volt draw and wiring connections
- Check Unit for Time Delay Relay
- Check Unit for Isolation Pads
- Inspect suction line for proper fittings
- Inspect all fittings for signs of oil and/or leakage
- Check lines and fittings with refrigerant leak detector
- Check the condition of Blower Belt, if applicable
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