HVAC Maintenance and Repair
Regularly scheduled maintenance is important to extending the life of your air conditioning unit. The blistering Arizona sun and high temperatures puts a lot of stress on your unit making it work harder for longer periods of time. We provide air conditioning maintenance in Phoenix for all makes and models, make sure you visit our special offers page and find out how you can save on your next service. Some of the air conditioning maintenance services we provide include:
Inspecting unit for proper refrigerant levels
Cleaning dirt and debris from unit
Inspecting for restricted drain openings
Inspect coil and cabinet—clean as needed
Inspect fan motor and fan blades for wear and damage
Inspect control box, wiring and connections for wear or damage.
Inspect compressor and associated tubing for damage
HVAC System Maintenance
Phoenix's hot summer days and nights means that keeping your heating and air conditioning unit running is essential to your home. Whether you have an older or more advanced HVAC unit, proper maintenance is key to keep your system operating properly.
Your heating and air conditioner unit is the central nervous system of your home by helping you control temperature and air quality. There are many purposes for sustaining your heating and cooling system, however, AC Solutions has condensed that long list to three vital reasons.
Increase Your System’s Life Expectancy
Top brand residential HVAC units are built to last several years. However, when it’s maintained, that time could be easily be stretched longer. Replacing or upgrading an HVAC unit can be costly. Routine system check-ups and repairs can increase life of your heating and cooling unit.
Better Indoor Air Quality
If you suffer from allergies or asthma, servicing your HVAC system is critical. Replacing your filters every often and checking on your ventilation system regularly, wards off dust mites, airborne pathogens, and allergens.
Another important component to caring for your heating and air conditioning unit is cleaning your vents and ceiling fans. By removing the excess dust, from your vents and fans, your filters don’t work as hard, easing the stress on your unit.
Ever heard the term, “the end justifies the means?” Well, you can apply that phrase to routine maintenance on your HVAC system. HVAC systems that have been well maintained save you from having to replace your unit before its life expectancy and can help lower your energy bill each month.