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Why Your AC Needs an Annual Tune Up?
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October

By jsg / in /

Why Your AC Needs an Annual Tune Up?

Why Your AC Needs an Annual Tune Up?Air conditioners are complex machines requiring regular maintenance. Well-maintained air conditioner can serve you well for a long time in the same way as a well-tuned car. You won’t need to splurge for a replacement very soon. Yearly cleaning and maintenance can help the machines last for over a decade or longer. You could end up facing high repair costs, frequent breakdowns, and less efficient cooling by neglecting regular maintenance in your Bay Area home or business.

Benefits of Regular Tune-Ups

1. Better Indoor Air Quality

Dust and debris tend to build up on the inside when a cooling system lies dormant over the winter months. The gunk within the air conditioning system will make it less efficient. It will also increase the risk of frequent repairs. Indoor air quality is hurt by using an air conditioner that has accumulated dust and debris. Your service technician will thoroughly clean the internal components while providing AC tune-up.

2. Fewer Repairs are Needed

Your air conditioner won’t require a lot of repairs if it gets timely preventative maintenance on a regular schedule. Technicians have the expertise to catch problems before they turn into major concerns. Correlating with this, when repairs are required, they tend to be less expensive. For instance, replacing a frayed belt with a fresh one is cheaper than paying for the consequences of a snapped belt. Most costly issues in relation to air conditioners can be prevented through annual tune-ups.

3. Lower Energy Bills

Cooling systems tend to lose efficiency over a period of time. You would need to pay for a tune-up after constantly running it through the season. You could be looking at higher energy bills if you skip tuning your air conditioner.

4. Better and Efficient Cooling

An air conditioner needs annual tune-ups to maintain a comfortable temperature within the home. You may notice the air is not as cold as it should be if you have not had the system maintained in a while. Lowering the thermostat will only result in higher energy bills. In addition, you would be placing stress on your system.

The HVAC system would need to run constantly to achieve the desired temperature. This will cause parts and components to suffer excessive wear and tear. You may need to replace your system before its time.

What to Expect During an Air Conditioner Tune-Up?

It is important that you only call a skilled and experienced technician for your air conditioner tune-up. Skilled technicians know how to inspect the inside and around of an air conditioning unit. The trained professional will carry out the following tasks:

  • Check refrigerant levels

  • Clean the coils

  • Lubricate machinery

  • Search for cracks, leaks and rust on all parts

  • Recalibrate the thermostat

  • Replace the air filter

  • Check electrical connections

  • Remove debris from in and around the air conditioning unit

  • Inspect all work out parts for repair and replacement

In most instances, a simple tune up can fix problems in an air conditioning unit. It is possible that the coils of the air conditioner were covered in too much dust or the air filter was clogged to effectively cool the air. Even if there are bigger problems, a capable air conditioner technician will be able to fix it during the annual tune-up.


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