Spring Tune-Up

  • By proadAccountId-306607
  • 16 Mar, 2017

3 Reasons to Schedule a Spring Tune-up for your A/C

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.

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By proadAccountId-306607 16 Mar, 2017

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.

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