Air Conditioning Maintenance
An air conditioner’s job is deceptively simple—it’s supposed to get rid of all the hot air in a space and recycle cooler, filtered air throughout the rooms in your home or commercial building to take the hot air’s place.
While this process might seem straightforward on the surface, it’s actually an intricate network of mechanical, fluid, and electrical components that work together to continuously pump out cooled and filtered air for hours on end.
Regardless of what type or brand of air conditioner you have, it’s highly recommended to call a professional HVAC technician for a maintenance check at least once a year. A typical A/C inspection should include a voltage test and a thorough examination of the belts, drainage lines, thermostat, and blow motor. Air ducts and vents should be cleaned and if there are any ports, they should also be cleaned and then re-lubricated.
Without regular maintenance, your A/C won’t be able to filter dirt, dust, and pollen from the air as effectively. As more debris builds up in your filter and air ducts, your unit will need to consume more energy just to maintain the same level of output, costing you more money in energy bills every month.
Beyond this, anyone who is prone to allergies or asthma will be more likely to be negatively affected by the low air quality of a poorly air-conditioned space.
Ideally, you should schedule air conditioning maintenance in the spring to ensure that your unit is in perfect condition to combat the heat of Summer. Our team of professionally trained and licensed HVAC contractors have years of experience in the industry and are able to inspect and diagnose your A/C unit quickly and efficiently, causing as little disruption to your day as possible.