Does Your AC Unit Need A Tune-Up?
Even if your AC unit seems to be working fine, it’s not always guaranteed after sitting in hibernation all winter long. Preventative and regular maintenance can help you avoid those AC and heating issues that may be lurking in the background, and help you save some money in the long run.
Catching little issues before they turn into big ones can be a huge money and time saver. With Climate Control Expert’s in-depth inspection of your unit, our technicians are sure to catch any problems that may arise. Catching an issue that could become fatal for your AC unit in the spring can save you a lot of sweat in the summer.
A clear indication of a malfunctioning air conditioner will be the odor that’s emitted when your air conditioning unit is fired up. If the unit has an odor, it’ll likely need to be disassembled and washed. Typically, a unit in need of maintenance may smell of dust or mildew. Getting rid of that stench may include getting your vents cleaned out together with the air conditioning unit.
One more warning that is not difficult to recognize is when you operate your air conditioner is running constantly, the temperature in your home does not get any more comfortable. Putting your hands in front of an air vent enables you to check out just how cold the air is and whether or not it’s blowing well enough. Air that is not cool enough as well as inadequate air flow are indicators that the unit will need to have a bit of maintenance done.
A few symptoms that an air conditioning unit may exhibit will be more critical than some others. A system that is significantly noisier when it’s operating might have a malfunctioning compressor, and a system that does not blow any kind of air whatsoever might have issues with the furnace or fan. These two symptoms suggest that you need to contact a professional the instant you can to prevent harming the unit any further.
Climate Control Experts also offers a Service Partner Plan to our customers. With this plan, you get twice yearly tune-ups on your AC and heating units, making it easier to catch those lurking issues.
By keeping up with maintenance and repairs when they’re needed, you can also keep your factory warranty valid. Most warranties require regular unit maintenance to stay active, and nothing is worse than replacing an expensive part on your own dime. Regular maintenance ensures that your warranty stays active for as long as it’s meant to.
If it’s been a while since your last tune-up, you suspect something may be wrong with your unit, or you just want to stay as energy efficient as possible, call Climate Control Experts today. One of our expert technicians will make the best recommendation for you home.