If you want your AC unit to keep you cool all summer long without worrying about your AC unit breaking down or your energy bills skyrocketing, an AC unit tune-up is a good place to start. Ideally, you should perform this tune-up in the spring or fall, but even if you are now just reading this, and it is now summer time, it is never too late to benefit from a tune up. A/C system tune ups can greatly extend the life of your unit, sometimes by as much as 5 years. Extending the life of your AC unit by even a few years is greatly beneficial because replacing a central air system can be quite expensive. The following are the most beneficial reasons to schedule a yearly AC tune-up.
Avoiding air conditioner problems
Just like cars, AC units need and benefit from tune-ups. A poorly maintained AC unit can break down when you least expect it, often during a sweltering hot day when you need it most. When you have your unit undergo a tune-up, you are ensuring that it is in peak operating condition. The maintenance professional will also be able to spot any problem areas that may need addressing long before they become a critical or irreversible malfunction. The last thing you want during the height of summer, when HVAC professionals are booked solid, is for your AC unit to break down.
Lowering your utility bills
Did you know that an average a tune-up can save you upwards of 15 percent on your monthly energy bills? The money you save on power alone more than covers the estimated $100 in maintenance expenses. You save money because your AC will not have to use as much energy to cool your home.
Discovering small problems before they become major issues
When you have your unit inspected, the HVAC technician will inspect the entire unit for any problems or potential threats. These problems can be then addressed before they become critical problems. All Heating And Cooling's professionals are highly trained and can spot both major and minor problems.
When is the last time your AC unit had a tune-up? Have you had to call an AC repair company one or more times in the last three years to service your unit due to a break down or malfunction? If so, contact All Heating And Cooling today to schedule an appointment.