San luis obispo AC Maintenance
Keep The Cool Going Strong With Our AC Maintenance
Your cooling system is a major component in your home and business – one that is also a major investment. As with any type of large investment, keeping your AC system well maintained is essential to its longevity as well as its efficiency. Just as you have your car maintained regularly to keep it running long after you drive it off the lot, scheduled maintenance practices are an important part of keeping a healthy air conditioner for years to come as well. Protecting your HVAC investment with professional maintenance is a critical step toward ensuring it not only lasts but also saves you money for the long haul.
AC Maintenance Isn’t A Mindless Service
With so much riding on the health of your AC system, making sure it’s maintained by truly qualified technicians is key to its lifespan. Maintenance services are so much more than simply keeping your filters swapped out regularly.
They provide an invaluable inspection that safeguards things such as:
- Electrical hazards and equipment wear. Regular maintenance allows a certified technician to catch potential hazards as well as make minor adjustments and repairs before they become major problems.
- Optimal air quality and comfort. By ensuring not just your filters are clean, but also the coils, vents, and mechanical components, you can rest assured the air in your environment is healthy and clear from allergens and debris.
- Improved energy efficiency. From time to time, your thermostat may need recalibrated or various components in your system may require minor adjusting. While it may seem minimal, these issues can lead to higher energy costs if left alone for long.
Our comprehensive maintenance routines will ensure your cooling systems are not only well-maintained but optimized for peak efficiency and energy savings as well. That’s the difference between a mindless swap of filters and a quality, professional maintenance inspection.
Shift From Reactive To Proactive
While you may be tempted to wait until there’s an issue before calling in the professionals, we ask again that you consider thinking of your HVAC system as an investment – much like your car. Would you wait until your car stops running before taking it to a mechanic? It makes more sense to take it in for routine oil changes than it does to wait for the engine to freeze up from a lack of regular maintenance, doesn’t it?
Your HVAC system operates with the same logic. Regular maintenance is the proactive approach to protecting your cooling system investment, versus the reactive approach of calling only when something is wrong. HVAC systems are a hefty investment for any space, so it only makes sense to protect them with the greatest care possible. Our team is dedicated to helping you keep your system running at peak performance for years to come. We focus on providing comprehensive diagnostics on a scheduled basis to ensure you have the best possible service for your cooling system investment.
Give us a call today to see how our team can help you extend the lifespan of your HVAC unit with top-tier maintenance services!
“Patient and Prompt” - P. D.
With regular maintenance you will prevent small problems from becoming big problems and ensure optimal performance of your comfort system. We also offer annual service agreements, which can reduce the cost of a Performance Tune-Up.
Regular maintenance will:
- Provide longer lasting equipment
- Reduce utility bills
- Reduce repairs
- Provide a more comfortable indoor environment
- Protect your investment
What We Do During A Performance Tune-Up:
- Performance Air Handler Tune-Up: Inspect evaporator coil, Clean blower motor, Inspect filtration system, Adjust blower components, Test and adjust safety controls, Tighten electrical connections, Inspect humidification system, Inspect electrical heating elements
- Performance Air Conditioner Tune-Up: Clean condenser coil, Inspect evaporator coil if accessible, Clean condensate drain, Clean blower motor, Inspect filtration system, Adjust blower components, Inspect for refrigerant leaks, Test condensate pump, Tighten electrical connections, Test starting capabilities, Measure air temperature differential, Monitor refrigerant pressure, Measure amperage and voltage