Kansas City AC Tune Up Special! 40% Off!
You might be wondering whether an AC tune up is necessary. After all, your hard-working air conditioner probably keeps you and your family so consistently comfortable that you rarely – if ever – give it a second thought (aside, perhaps, from changing or cleaning the filter). Allow the heating and cooling professionals at American Home Services LLC, a premier HVAC contractor serving homeowners throughout the Overland Park, Lenexa, and Kansas City area, to explain why having an AC tune up completed on a periodic basis is a good idea.
First and foremost, we all know that when it comes to air conditioning Overland Park spares no one from the hot summer days. A tune up will help your unit keep running on those days. A trained and experienced technician from American Home Services can perform important checks and routine maintenance tasks to ensure that your AC system is running at peak efficiency, and also troubleshoot for potential problems that could lead to the need for expensive repairs down the road. While you might be inclined to attempt to complete the AC tune up work yourself, it’s best to hire a professional who is familiar with your particular brand and model and can offer specific suggestions on ways to achieve optimum operational efficiency. You’ll want this peace of mind because without air conditioning Overland Park KS will be hot in the summertime. You don’t want your unit going out at the wrong time.
Enjoy peace of mind knowing that your air conditioning system is in the capable hands of a highly skilled specialist who has taken care of its regular maintenance requirements, and also has implemented important preventive measures to help avoid inconvenient and costly breakdowns.
Our Limited Time AC Tune Up Includes:
- Calibrate and level thermostat
- Clean filters as needed
- Monitor volts/amps on fan motor
- Lubricate and inspect bearings for wear
- Clean indoor coil if accessible
- Flush/treat condensate drain with anti-algae
- Inspect condenser coil
- Monitor operating pressure of refrigerant
- Inspect safety devices for proper operation
- Inspect disconnect box for proper rating and installation
- Tighten all electrical connections
- Test/inspect contactors for burned, pitted contacts
- Inspect electrical system for exposed wiring
- Test and inspect capacitors
- Inspect fan blade
- Clean condenser coil and remove debris
- Inspect service valves for proper operation
- Measure temperature difference – supply/return
- Inspect duct work for energy loss
- Monitor compressor for proper amperage, volt draw & wiring connections
- Clean debris from around the condenser
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