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Increase the useful life of the Air Conditioner
Proper maintenance can extend the life of the air conditioner and prevent breakdowns. Normally, the useful life of this type of equipment is estimated between seven and ten years. Preventive maintenance is based on an exhaustive review of each air unit, which includes cleaning, review of parts, filters, etc.
Today, both in the business environment and the family nucleus require attention to expenses. Carrying out air conditioning maintenance is synonymous with savings since a malfunctioning air unit can multiply the normal consumption of electrical energy by five or six.
Avoid health problems
In addition, the problems derived from an air conditioner that does not work well can affect health. Among the main problems, we can mention bronchitis, rhinitis, and pharyngitis, since the exposure to the air that circulates in the room is done through the filters. When the filters are not clean, they serve as a home for fungi and bacteria that greatly affect the human respiratory tract.
Goodbye to bad smells and sounds
During the changes of season, the air conditioner may emit bad odors if it has not been properly maintained. It is also possible that, due to a lack of revisions, the equipment begins to emit sounds in the units that are inside the room.
- Inspect coolant levels & pressure
- Check & adjust the thermostat
- Inspect wiring, contacts, capacitors & relays
- Inspect evaporator coil
- Inspect and clean condenser
- Inspect condensate drain
- Inspect outdoor disconnect
- Inspect condenser fan motor & blades
- Inspect compressor at startup
When completed you will receive a recommendation for any further maintenance or repair needs of your system.
- On new installments 10 years
- Warranty parts 1 year
- Labor on repairs 30 days