Without regular maintenance an air conditioner loses about 5% of its original efficiency each year. This means that the 12 SEER units that you bought just a few years ago may be functioning like a 9 SEER unit today! The good news is that you can recover most of that lost efficiency through regular maintenance.
Studies show that with regular tune-ups a unit will maintain up to 95% of its original efficiency. This means that the cost of an annual tune-up is recovered very quickly in savings on your monthly electric bill and reduced repair costs. A properly serviced air conditioner will also do a better job of dehumidifying your home.
We revamp all varieties of AC's like window AC, Split AC & Central Air Conditioning.The service check includes:
- Cleaning the condensing unit coils,
- Checking the amp draw of the compressor,
- Oiling the fan motors,
- Checking that belts are well adjusted,
- Checking the system operating pressures
- Temperatures against the manufacturer’s specifications.
- Cleaning of the AC filters and grills
- Inspection and cleaning of drain trays
- Checking operation of thermostats
- Check operation of indoor and outdoor fan motors
One of the most important items to check is the coolant level (commonly known as Freon) in the air conditioner. A system that is only 10% low on coolant will cost about 20% more to operate! We recommend that coolant levels be checked every year.
- Split AC
- Multiple Split AC
- Centralized AC
- Window AC
Get your air conditioner fixed quickly and professionally by our highly-trained technicians. Around the clock air conditioning is a fully integrated air conditioning and indoor air quality specialist equipped to service, repair and maintain central air conditioners, ductless mini-splits, air filtration systems and duct work.How Air Duct Cleaning Benefits You:
- Relieves Allergies, Headaches, Sinus, Asthma Conditions
- Reduces or Eliminates Possible Health Hazards
- Provides a Cleaner Living Environment - Less House Cleaning
- Reduced Heating & Cooling Costs
- Prevents Bacteria And Mold Re-Growth