Air Conditioner Tune-Ups

June 18, 2015 Jennings Heating

Keeping your air conditioner in tip-top shape saves on your energy bill and reduces the amount of unexpected downtime for repairs. According to Jennings Heating and Cooling Co., Inc., There are things you can do yourself and others that you need professional help with when working on air conditioner tune-ups.

air-condition-repairTry These Do-It-Yourself Maintenance Ideas

The items listed below are things that homeowners can commonly do for themselves to save on air conditioner maintenance costs:

  • Clean or replace the filters every month or two
  • Depending on the brand of air conditioner you have, your filter may be reusable
  • Clean the evaporator coil annually
  • Remove any debris or foliage from 2 feet around the condenser unit
  • Check your coil fins to see if any are bent
  • Open plugged condensation drains

Sign Up for a Professional Maintenance Plan

At Jennings, we offer a regular maintenance schedule. Our NATE trained technicians can perform many extra services for you to keep your energy bills low and your uptime high. If you don’t have time to do the regular maintenance, we can do that, too. Expect services like:

  • Checking the amount of refrigerant
  • Using a leak detector to look for refrigerant leaks
  • Look for and seal duct leakage
  • Check the airflow in the evaporator coil
  • Verify the correct electric control sequence to be sure that heating and cooling cannot operate at the same time
  • Tighten and clean connections, inspect terminals, apply needed non-conductive coating
  • Oil motors
  • Check belts
  • Verify accuracy of thermostat

Get More Information about Air Conditioner Tune-ups

Contact us for more information about our award-winning service. Over 25,000 satisfied customers can’t be wrong. Request to be added to our regular schedule for air conditioner tune-ups.