$129 Air Conditioner Tune-up
Who should get an Air Conditioner (AC) tune up?
Anybody with Central AC in your home should be having it looked at on a regular basis to ensure proper efficiency andcleanliness. A dirty system will not only cause your unit to work inefficiently, but it is also the number one cause for the equipment to break.
How often should you get an Air Conditioner tune up?
All manufactures recommend having your equipment checked annually to ensure that you are operating at peak efficiency and that all preventative maintenance recommendations are looked at. We also want to make sure you have some peace of mind and can help you save money on your energy bills.
What is included in the tune up?
We inspect about 15 different areas in and around the Air Conditioning system and we will check all those areas in under an hour. When completed, we can give the homeowner an assessment of the Air Conditioning operation.
Any information/data on cost savings from an AC tune up?
If we notice a problem initially, we can take a before and after reading on the concerned part and record it. For Example; Such as the refrigerant charge, if the charge is low, it will cause the AC system to stress and run longer cycles to keep the home cool.
Health/safety issues relating to AC tune ups?
The number one health concern can be that the AC’s Evaporator coil, that usually resides above the furnace, has gotten dirty and is harboring mold and mildew. Other concerns will be to inspect the electrical components so that they are all intact.
Our Air Conditioner Tune Up Includes:
- Check and adjust thermostat
- Clean condenser coil
- Clean condensate drain
- Oil motors
- Check freon charge
- Check belts
- Check filters, replace if needed
- Check temperature drop
- Check pressure safety controls
- Check electrical connections
- Check airflow
- Check AMP draw on compressor
- Check relays and contactor operation
- Check complete cycle
- Make necessary recommendations
Dakota Electric offers its customers a $25 rebate for air conditioner tune ups. Click here to learn more.