A Comfort Club Membership means that annual inspections to clean, check, and adjust your heating and air conditioning systems will automatically be scheduled and performed (at your convenience). Scheduled maintenance decreases the likelihood of unexpected problems, but should you need repair service, you’ll receive priority treatment as a Club Member. Your service problems become our first concern.
Cars get lots of love from their owners: fluid checks, washes, detailing, a rich diet of gasoline, cutting-edge stereos, back-up cameras and GPS. But consider another vital workhorse of modern life — your A/C unit.
Be proactive to avoid being that person with skyrocketing blood pressure, frantic for a technician who can fix your A/C on a roasting weekend. Keep your cool and find out why spring is the best time to schedule an A/C tune-up.
1. Flexible scheduling
If you wait until summer, your HVAC contractor will be booked solid dealing with A/C emergencies. In spring, the contractor’s more likely to be able to work around your schedule.
2. Efficiency increase
The dirtier your A/C system gets, the harder it has to work to achieve even subpar results. You may find yourself adjusting your thermostat downward, and still experiencing a hotter, more humid home than desired. During a tune-up, a technician boosts efficiency by cleaning your A/C’s coils, motor and other components with specially formulated solutions.
3. Emergency prevention
Regular tune-ups can also prevent major A/C breakdowns. Perhaps you’ve heard the old expression, “A stitch in time saves nine.” In A/C terms, this could mean your technician prevents your compressor from burning out by fixing a small refrigerant leak he or she notices during a tune-up. A tune-up is much more affordable than having your HVAC contractor replace a major part.