Here in Southern Nevada we have had a mild and somewhat warm winter. With temperatures in the high 60’s and even into the 70’s many homeowners may want to consider having their air conditioning unit serviced and tuned-up, so it is ready for the upcoming heat of summer. There are a number of benefits to having your air conditioner serviced. Air Supply Heating & Air Conditioning would like to go into detail as to why it is so important and beneficial to have your air conditioner unit inspected and serviced.
Why Should I Service My Air Conditioner?
It is recommended that you have your heating system serviced in the fall and your air conditioning unit and the air duct system inspected and serviced in the spring. The idea is to have your air conditioner or heating system serviced before it begins regular use. Where Southern Nevada temperatures have been mild this winter, you may want to consider having your air conditioning system inspected a little earlier this year. There are many benefits of having your air conditioning unit serviced. Following are some of the benefits of having your air conditioning system serviced.
1. Prevent unexpected problems. Especially here in Southern Nevada being without air conditioning can be devastating for those who experience it. They know how bad can that be. Having your air conditioner inspected and serviced helps prevent breakdowns. This is why it is important to have your air conditioner and its system fully serviced before major usage.
2. Improve your air conditioner’s efficiency. Another major benefit to tuning up your air conditioner unit is better efficiency. When the air conditioner and its system are inspected and tuned up, many parts are lubricated, cleaned, and repaired to ensure maximum efficiency. Many homeowners look for ways to save on the energy bill during the summer. Having your air conditioner serviced is a proven and beneficial method to help reducing the cost of your energy bill.
3. Helps to increase the life of your air conditioner. Most air conditioners can last anywhere from 15 to 20 years. When a unit requires replacing, it can cost thousands of dollars. This makes the replacement a hefty investment. To help ensure you get the maximum usage out of your air conditioner, having it serviced once a year greatly increases the life of the unit. When air conditioners are neglected, they barely last 10 to 12 years before requiring replacements. To increase your unit’s life, make sure each year it gets the maintenance it requires.
4. AC inspection records. When an HVAC technician comes to tune up your air conditioning system they make a full report of your unit’s health. This report can help show what repairs your unit needs and when some signs of wear may need maintenance a few years down the road. Others, of course, might need immediate attention. The report can help you schedule and plan out your air conditioner needs and repairs.
Central Air Conditioner Tune Up Checklist
When an air conditioning unit and systems are serviced and tuned up, this is the basic list of what is performed:
• The thermostat is calibrated and checked.
• The refrigerant levels are checked along with the operating pressure.
• All of the safety control systems are checked.
• The airflow is measured for proper efficiency.
• The filters are cleaned or replaced.
• The condenser and evaporator coils are cleaned.
• All moving parts are lubricated and cleaned.
• Air ducts are checked for leaks.
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If you want all the benefits of having your air conditioner and systems maintained, call Air Supply Heating & Air Conditioning. We can inspect, repair and maintain your air conditioning system. Have your air conditioner serviced before the heat arrives. Contact Air Supply Heating & Air Conditioning today.