Cooling System Tune-Up

Air Specialist Technician performing an air conditioner tune-up at a Houston homeA seasonal tune-up is the best way to keep energy bills down and cool air flowing. If it’s spring, it’s time to tune-up your air conditioner in time for the summer. There’s no better way to keep energy bills down and cool air flowing.

If you are already one of our Annual Plan Customers you know that we send you a reminder about scheduling this service each year.

A well-maintained HVAC system is far less likely to breakdown under the stress of extreme temperatures.  Our technicians follow the checklist below for every spring tune-up to ensure that your A/C is ramped up and ready for a Texas heat wave.  We’ll let you know if you’re likely to need any repairs based on the age of the system as well as wear and tear on parts that can be observed during a spring air conditioning tune-up.  There’s never a convenient time in the summer to be dealing with a broken A/C unit.  A regular visit from your Air Specialist HVAC technician is the best way to keep your air conditioning system in tip top shape and ready for a humid summer in east Texas.

Out our HVAC technicians are factory trained to repair, maintain or replace any make or model air conditioner.  After factory certification, each of our HVAC technicians participates in ongoing training provided by Air Specialist.

Your HVAC system is your largest appliance and a major investment.  Let the pros at Air Specialist extend the life of your heating and cooling system and keep energy bills in check through regular maintenance.  Whether you are an annual plan customer or just want to have a spring tune-up, know what to expect with the Cooling Checklist.

Cleaning

  • Wax Condensing Unit
  • Clean Outdoor Coil
  • Clean Compressor Compartment
  • Clean Electrical Compartment
  • Clean Blower Compartment
  • Clean Condensate Drain
  • Inspect & Clean Air Filter (if necessary)

 

Motor/Electrical

  • Inspect Service Disconnect
  • Tighten All Electrical Connections (when necessary)
  • Inspect Compressor Contactor
  • Tighten All Low Voltage Connections
  • Test Capacitors
  • Oil Motors (if applicable)
  • Inspect Bearings
  • Inspect Fan Blade

 

Miscellaneous

  • Inspect Thermostat
  • Inspect Condition of Line Set
  • Inspect for Proper Refrigerant Charge
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