Air Conditioner Annual Service And Maintenance In Kalamazoo, MI, And Surrounding Areas
One of the most important things you can do for your air conditioner is getting it maintained. Proper running air conditioners cost less to operate and cool your home more efficiently. Adams Heating & Cooling’s trained technicians can maintain your AC system to ensure it’s running at maximum efficiency, so that you’re getting the most out of your unit. Adams Heating & Cooling covers Kalamazoo, Portage and a 20 mile radius surrounding those areas.
Air Conditioner Annual Service
Air Conditioner Annual Service cover the checking and cleaning of condenser coils, cleaning drain lines, and checking electrical contacts and compressors. After that, we’ll operate the unit to make sure the charge in the system is proper. The average Air Conditioner Annual Service cost is about $94.00. When air conditioner systems are not cleaned or charged properly, utility costs can double, if not triple, during the summer.
Air Conditional Brands
Adams Heating & Cooling services all brands, makes, and models. We work on split systems, package units, and mini splits. The brands we service include Amana, Armstrong, Arcoaire, Airease, Bryant, Bard, Goodman, Carrier, Daikin, Fujitsu, Mitsubishi, Trane, Tempstar, American Standard, Heil, Comfortmaker, Rheem and Lennox. Servicing for all brands is very similar, but some units require different cleaning techniques and our technicians are trained on all of them.
Peace Of Mind Program
For added peace of mind, Adams Heating & Cooling offers an annual maintenance plan to service your heating and cooling equipment. This guarantees same-day service if you ever find yourself in a situation without cooling.
There are several things you can maintain yourself:
- Change your filters.
- Cleaning AC Coils: Wash your air conditioning coil with water. A lot of areas have cottonwood trees and if the outdoor coil looks dirty you can wash it out with water.
- Keep grass and bushes cut down around AC unit.
Average AC checklist:
- Test operating pressures & temperatures
- Measure air temperature drop across the evaporator
- Inspect filters, coils, and wiring
- Check drains and condensation pump operation
- Filter is an additional charge if needed