Thorough & Comprehensive Air Conditioning Tune-Ups That Keep Your Unit In Peak Condition.
Avoid CHEAP & QUICK Tune-Ups (That’s Throwing Your Money Away).
It’s easy to forget to keep up with regular air conditioning system maintenance, but “letting it go” will have seriously unpleasant consequences later. If it has been a year or more since your last Air Conditioning tune-up, now is the time to call.
Every year that you go without a tune-up increases your chances for problems like expensive repairs or having to replace your system sooner than you intended. Don’t forget that an Air Conditioning unit that is not maintained also gets less efficient, meaning you pay more to keep cool.
Why Service Champions Tune-Ups Are Better
Tune-ups for $49? Or even as low as $39? That sounds fantastic.
But there’s a problem. There’s no way to get a truly comprehensive and effective tune-up that cheap without sacrificing quality. With some of these cheaper alternatives, the “tune-up” is done in as little as 10 minutes! (What they are really doing is looking for a big, obvious problem to charge you to fix. If you don’t have one, they aren’t hanging around).
The Service Champions Air Conditioning Tune-Up is much better and more effective. First, it takes about 60 - 90 minutes because we are so thorough and we clean it so well. We have a checklist of 26 separate operations to make sure nothing is missed; you can be absolutely certain that your unit will be thoroughly cleaned and inspected.
Get your Air Conditioning in peak condition now!
What’s Included In Our Air Conditioner Tune-Up
Your heating and cooling system is a complex piece of machinery that gets dirty, wears down, needs lubrication, and requires calibration. Here is what we do to refresh it:
The 26-Point Check-Up
- Blower Motor – measure amperage and voltage for proper operation
- Thermostat – test for proper operation, calibrate, and level
- Cleaning existing air filter (as needed)
- Bearing – inspect for wear and lubricate
- Inspect indoor coil if accessible
- Confirm proper return air and size
- Inspect Condenser Coil
- Refrigerant – monitor operating pressures
- Safety Devices – inspect for proper operation
- Electrical Disconnect Box – inspect for proper rating and safe installation
- Electrical Wiring – inspect and tighten connections
- Test/inspect contactors for burned, pitted contacts
- Inspect electrical for exposed wiring
- Inspect and test capacitors
- Inspect fan blade
- Clean condenser coil and remove debris
- Inspect service valves for proper operation
- Measure Supply/Return temperature differential
- Inspect ductwork for energy loss
- Compressor – monitor, measure amperage and volt draw and wiring connections
- Check Unit for Time Delay Relay
- Check Unit for Isolation Pads
- Inspect suction line for proper fittings
- Inspect all fittings for signs of oil and/or leakage
- Check lines and fittings with refrigerant leak detector
- Check the condition of Blower Belt, if applicable