Air conditioning has become a vital necessity to comfort in the home, at work or on the go.

A few hours without air conditioning is a nightmare, especially during the summer time. While there is no completely guaranteed way to prevent a breakdown from ever occurring, routine maintenance is the best way to avoid one. Just like a routine physical exam or an oil change, routine maintenance is recommended by all equipment manufacturers for heating and cooling systems regardless of age or brand. Planned maintenance can you help you stay cool and comfortable all year long!

Don’t just take our word for it, several long-term studies have shown that most repairs needed on an HVAC system would have been avoided by preventative care.

A small investment in routine maintenance now could be the difference between having to replace or fix equipment later. Not only does maintenance help reduce operating costs, it also extends the lifetime of the equipment.

You know about oil changes, tire rotations and alignments, so you may find yourself asking what exactly is included in a routine HVAC maintenance check.

  1. Tightening of all electrical connections
  2. Checking thermostat settings
  3. Ensuring there is enough lubrication— a lack of which results in friction and causes less energy efficiency
  4. Lubricating any parts/pieces as needed
  5. Changing air filters — dirty air filters will shorten the lifespan of your equipment
  6. Check system controls
  7. Clear all drains — Clogs result in water damage to your home
  8.  Ensure your system works properly in cooling your home and shuts off when needed
Air Solution and Repair - Maintenance Program

Our goal is to keep your home comfortable and your wallet manageable. We do recommend some extra care just before summer starts to make sure your A.C. is running all summer long!

  1. Clean blower
  2. Clean coils — dirty coils result in reduced effectiveness
  3. Duct Cleaning

Remember, the quality of indoor air can be anywhere from 2 to 5 times more polluted than outside air, and the average American spends 90% of their time indoors! It is important to keep your air conditioning systems up to date on their maintenance, not just for your comfort but also for your health!