AC Service in Tucson, Oro Valley, Marana, Sahuarita, Vail, AZ and Surrounding Areas
A Typical AC Service
There will come a time when your AC system needs to be serviced. And depending on how well you keep these services current you could be adding several more years of use to your AC. The company that installed your AC is probably the one most qualified to service it. And if not then they can certainly recommend one to perform your AC service.
Here are some thing’s that a qualified AC technician will address when servicing your AC system.
Overall System Health
Your service tech will check the overall performance of your AC system. Everything from the indoor evaporator to the outdoor condenser, all the components that make up your AC will be addressed and if problems are found the technician can bring them to your attention and offer repair suggestions on the spot.
Cleaning Coils to Increase Efficiency
Cleaning both the indoor and outdoor coils is the single most cost-efficient part of any AV service. The coils and the surrounding cooling fins is where all the action takes place. Hot air is whisked away replaced by colder comfortable air. If your coils are blocked from dirt and debris, or the thin cooling fins are mashed flat to prevent air from flowing through this could hurt both the operation of your unit and cause excessive energy bills.
Keep those coils clean and clear!
Every electrical component of your AC system will be checked for proper operation. This would include everything from the main circuit breaker to the indoor thermostat. Again if any of these show signs of wear or possible failure, your technician can make you aware at this time.
Refrigerant Level Check
The manufacturer of your AC system will require that the cooling system should have the proper amount of refrigerant in the unit to do the intended job. The service technician will ensure that these proper levels are met, as well as checking the entire system for leaks.
These are just some of the more common features of an AC service. Your unit may need more or less depending on the actual unit itself.