Active HVAC maintenance is the best way to extend the life of your system, and have it running at peak performance levels. Part of your maintenance should be seasonal air conditioning tune up and heating tune up services. Similar to your car needing maintenance, your HVAC system needs a certain amount of service to insure reliable heating and air conditioning efficiency. An AC tuneup is an affordable way to make sure your equipment is ready for high demand operation. Our mechanical tuneup service technicians complete a thorough check of major system components, complete many routine maintenance tasks, and let you know of any concerns.
HVAC maintenance Comfort Agreement to better insure that your system stays in peak operating condition. An additional benefit is that Comfort Agreement customers receive priority scheduling for repairs. We make certain that your system is running efficiently and effectively during each season. Timely heating and air conditioning tune-up services can extend the life of the units, lower utility bills, minimize repair needs, and improve your systems ability to heat and cool.
With a Comfort Agreement, your system repair needs take high priority and you also receive a discount on other services. Our expedited service is something our customers enjoy, especially in the summer when it takes the typical air conditioning repair company 2-3 days to handle to a service call. Air conditioning tune ups are so effective that many utility companies, such as Cobb EMC, sometimes offer special rebates or vouchers.
When a residential heating and air conditioning system is running poorly it is inefficient and more prone to unexpected break down. HVAC mechanical failures and cooling problems seem to be the worst on the hottest days. Proactive maintenance & tune-ups can prevent many of these system breakdowns, and help you to avoid suffering a sweltering house.
Routine HVAC tune-ups will extend the life of your system and ensure it’s running efficiently. Our HVAC tune-up services include cleaning condenser coils, replacing filters, checking thermostats, refrigerant levels, defrost control boards, heat exchangers & electrical, and cleaning flame sensors & furnace burner cabinets.