Most of our customers have us perform annual HVAC tune-ups on their equipment – air conditioners in the spring and furnaces in the fall. The small investment you make in catching minor problems pays big dividends in getting the highest performance and longest life from your heating and cooling equipment.
First, you greatly reduce the need for major air conditioning repair work. Without a spring AC tune-up, you wouldn’t know about a bad capacitor (about $100) that could cause AC compressor failure ($1,500 – $3,000 for the compressor alone) in the heat of the summer. A dirty evaporator coil can restrict airflow and cause the coil to freeze solid and render your air conditioner useless.
The other form of savings that annual AC tune-ups deliver is in lower utility bills. We tune your air conditioning equipment to factory specifications, or as close to them as their age permits. Air conditioners running at maximum efficiency use less energy, which helps hold down utility bills.