AC Maintenance

Air Conditioning maintenance shouldn’t be a luxury; it should be a priority, especially if your unit is approaching (or exceeds) 8 years in age.   By leveraging an annual AC maintenance plan, homeowners can offset repair costs and stop common problems before they start including replacing key parts related to the air handler system and outside compressor.  Two annual Central Ac inspections by our Air Pros teams puts a residential homeowner in the driver seat when it comes to robust, reliable system checkups.

AC Maintenance Savings

Industry studies show that a focus on preventive maintenance can save a homeowner up to 20% in annual running costs, extend equipment life and ultimately lower utility bills. Additional strategic benefits of one-year, two-year or three-year HVAC service plans include 10% off air conditioning repairs, priority assignment in the scheduling system and no overtime charges.


Maintenance Benefits For AC

The benefits of these annual programs allow homeowners to delegate replacement of dirty air filters and checking refrigerant levels, including R410.  In some cases, the first pound of Freon will be free for customers as part of the service offering. If necessary, HVAC service technicians will blow out drain lines, check AC compressor amperage, and analyze air flows on fan motors. All of these steps contribute towards greater indoor air quality which further impact allergen and pollen levels inside the home.     AC service technicians will also check your thermostat (both standard and programmable PLC Interfaces) to confirm you have the optimum settings. 

AC Maintenance Focus

Homeowners should also note that both the Central Air Conditioner & Air Ducts are served each visit, which provides an umbrella strategy to keep units in long-term good health.  The cooling & heating service plans will specifically target these areas in both the indoor and outside assemblies of a residential home or complex.:

  • Air Handler
  • Condenser Coil
  • Evaporator Coil
  • Heat Exchanger
  • Pilot Assembly
  • Blower Assembly
  • Drain Pains
  • Thermostat
  • Equipment Cabinet
  • Air Filters
  • All Modes
  • All Voltages
  • All Amperages
  • Refrigerant Levels
  • Air Flow
  • Condensation Pans
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