It’s important that you regularly schedule air conditioner maintenance for your home cooling system. At Marshall Home Comfort, our N.A.T.E. Certified air conditioner service technicians have been preventing costly repair bills and assuring uninterrupted performance of your air conditioning system for over 65 years.
Call Marshall Home Comfort at (610) 314-7003 to schedule an annual AC check-up and air conditioner system tune-up for your central air conditioning system. Check out our AC Tune Up Coupons!
Here is what is included in a AC Tune Up & Air Conditioner Annual Maintenance Check Up:
- Clean the Central Air Conditioner – We will remove all accumulated debris from the outdoor central air conditioner system. Leaves and other debris can cut down on efficiency.
- Clean the AC Condenser Coil & Drain – Efficiency depends on keeping the condenser coil free of dust and other debris. A clean drain is essential to keep condensed water draining freely.
- Check the Air Conditioner Refrigerant Charge – Having the proper amount of refrigerant in the system is important. If the check shows a low level of refrigerant, further checks may need to be done to locate a possible leak, and then refrigerant is added.
- Check the Central Air Conditioners Electrical Systems – The current draw of the compressor and operation of relays and other electrical components are checked.
- Lubricate AC Condenser Fan Motor – Quiet, smooth operation of the condenser fan is important. If lubrication is required the technician will do it properly.
- Check Air Conditioner Filter, Thermostat, & Indoor Components – Inside your home, the technician will check all indoor components for proper operation.
- Check Air Conditioner Wiring & Refrigerant Hoses – All wiring, both high and low voltage, along with refrigerant hoses, will be checked.
If any problems are detected during our AC inspection and annual air conditioner check up, the technician will discuss the need for any air conditioner repairs with you and provide an accurate estimate of repair costs. In most cases, no repairs will be needed, but if they are, making them before problems get worse can save hundreds of dollars.