Just .042 inch of dirt on a coil can lead to decreased efficiency of 21%, according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
Air conditioner efficiency is halved when there is 15% of duct leakage. Source: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
If your Air Conditioner were a car you would rack up an average of 27,600 miles per year. That's how hard it works for the average home.
Your A/C unit accounts for 50-60% of your electric bill.
Dirty air-conditioning coils increase energy costs by $100 to $450 per year.
A 10% refrigerant undercharge can increase A/C operating costs by 20%.
A/C systems that are serviced perform more efficiently.
Here's what we do...
Inspect and clean condenser coil
Check actual voltage at compressor against manufacturer's ratings
Tighten electrical connections
Inspect condenser contactor
Inspect starting and running capacitors
Check all safety controls
Clean and inspect thermostat for proper calibration
Check for proper refrigerant charge
Lubricate condenser fan motor and inspect fan blade
Inspect indoor blower motor and squirrel cage for cleanliness, lubricate motor, check belt for tension, condition and alignment
Check condensate drain and drain lines for blockage
Check emergency drain and drain pan for blockage
Inspect evaporator coil
Check return air chases, ducts and filters
Inspect accessible ductwork for air leaks
* Tune-up price for one system. Not valid for commercial, third party, or new construction customers, with any other offers, on prior sales or existing services. Some restrictions may apply. Void if copied or transferred and where prohibited. Mention this ad to your technician to receive this special rate. No cash value.