Increasing the Life of Your AC Unit Approximately every 5 years you can expect you air conditioner contactor to be replaced. That is one of the first things we inspect. This is what gives you air conditioner power to turn on. Preventing it to burn can save your compressor`s life. And saving you the big expense on this hot Texas Weather
”Sealing Your Air Ducts” According to Energy.gov list on how to save energy. As much as 40 percent of your heating and cooling energy can be lost due to air leaks. Seal ductwork using mastic sealant or metal tape. Also make sure that connections at vents and registers are well sealed where they meet floors, walls, and ceilings. Those are common places to find leaks and disconnected ductwork. This is also a part of out maintenance inspection as always we will inform you of this and we will decide with you of what we can accomplish together.
”Burnt Wires” A normal wear and tear issue. This happens over time with changes on temperature, lightning, or even on the summer and winter when your air conditioning tries to keep you ac at 78 on a 115 Degree weather. This maintenance will help your motor run like new. After time your evaporator coils become rusted, clogged or freon leaks. You don`t want to run a car with no oil well its the same concept her you don`t want to run you air conditioner evaporated coil without freon. You can prevent this form happening by maintaining it.
Changing Your Air Conditioner Filters Yes, this is something you don’t need a air conditioning professional for that is correct. You should Check your cooling system’s air filter every month. If the filter looks dirty, change it. A dirty filter will slow airflow and make the system work harder. With our air conditioning and heating system maintenance we will change them for you at no extra cost. This is one of the advantages of our air conditioning maintenance package. FREE FILTERS….. A normal wear and tear issue. This happens over time with changes on temperature, lightning, or even on the summer and winter when your air conditioning tries to keep you ac at 78 on a 115 Degree weather. This maintenance will help your motor run like new.
Commit to maintenance. Having your Air Conditioner and Heater maintenance before summer and winter seasons will extend the life of the HVAC system, improve energy efficiency, reduce pollutants and SAVE YOU MONEY. Its like maintaining your car, the air conditioner needs to be oiled, cleaned and inspected to preform at its peak this hot Summer or Winter. No body will run their care for one year without an oil change. Well think about it? Having you air conditioning running for one year without its proper maintenance can be very risky! You don’t want you air conditioning to leave you hot or freezing cold right? Having you air conditioning and heating maintained can easily prevent you air conditioner system to break in the middle of the Summer or Winter.
The idea is to prepare your air conditioning and heating system to preform at it`s best. This can be done one month before Summer and one month before Winter. This way if there is an unexpected problem the experts on air conditioning and heating maintenance can catch it and solve it. Its that simple to live worry free and sleep very comfortable on any weather.
Annual Maintenance Contract $147 Precision Test, Tune Up & Cleaning Included – Free Service Calls – Schedule at your Convenience – 20 % Off Any Repair Spring Check Up! 1. Refrigerant Level check 2. Disconnect Switch inspection 3. Condenser Coil inspection 4. Starting Capabilities test 5. Measurement of Compressor Amp Draw to specifications 6. Electrical Motor Performance measurement 7. Measurement of capacitors to be within specifications 8. Safety Controls test 9. Inspection of main switching relay for arching or pitting 10. Lubrication of motors as needed 11. Check and adjustment of thermostat calibration 12. Check and tightening of high voltage connections 13. Check and tightening of control wiring and connections 14. Check of air flow 15. Check of filter condition and size 16. Measurement for proper air temperature readings 17. Inspection of duct connections at unit 18. Inspection of piping to be free of vibration or wear 19. Check of outdoor fan motor bearing wear 20. Monitoring for proper operation Fall 1. Inspection and adjustment of belts as needed 2. Inspection of gas valve and connections 3. Check of combustion air vents to verify they are clear and free 4. Inspection of heat exchanger for corrosion or signs of stress 5. Check of burners 6. Cleaning and test of ignition assembly 7. Monitoring of flue draft 8. Safety controls test 9. Measuring of capacitors to be within spec’ 10. Lubrication of motors as needed 11. Check and adjustment of thermostat calibration 12. Check and tightening of high voltage connections 13. Check and tightening of control wiring and connections 14. Check of air flow 15. Check of filter condition and size 16. Measurement for proper air temperature readings 17. Inspection of duct connections at unit 18. Check of indoor fan motor bearing wear 19. Check of refrigerant levels 20. Check of starting capabilities 21. Testing of defrost control 22. Check of Crankcase Heater operation 23. Monitoring for proper operation AIR CONDITIONING AND HEATING REPAIR