Air conditioning maintenance is an important service which, unfortunately, many homeowners neglect to schedule each year. If you’ve missed out on a few years of maintenance, don’t worry: it’s not too late to get on a maintenance program today. Signing up for a maintenance program usually means agreeing to allow a technician into your home twice a year to look over your system twice a year, check for any major problems, and perform a tune-up which could save you a lot of money over the years. Find out more about maintenance and maintenance programs in this guide and call your local technician to learn more about plans in your area.
The Benefits of Air Conditioning Maintenance
An air conditioning maintenance visit includes a lot of important steps which we’ll provide into 3 categories: inspection, cleaning, and adjustment. This includes tasks such as checking capacitors and voltage, cleaning coils, and oiling motors. All of the parts of a maintenance visit help to improve the system as a whole and give you the following benefits.
- Greater efficiency – Your system will run more smoothly and use less energy when everything is in the best condition possible.
- Fewer repairs – Parts that are clean and adjusted are not subject to as much wear and tear through the season.
- Longer lifespan – When there is less wear and tear on the system, it has the chance to live a little bit longer than expected.
A Maintenance Program Includes Visits Twice a Year (for Heating and Cooling)
It’s important to get a maintenance check for both your air conditioning and heating system once a year before the season picks up (so twice annually total). However, it can be really difficult to remember this on your own before the summer has even started. Any good maintenance program includes twice annual maintenance checks, and their office should call you for a reminder well before your scheduled maintenance check.
Call the air conditioning experts at AAction Air and ask about our annual maintenance program for residential and commercial properties. We include 2 maintenance visits a year and a 34-point check list for each visit to your home in Hilton Head, GA.