Why Choose Airdrie Air for Your Air Conditioner Maintenance?
Airdrie Air offers annual air conditioning maintenance, a crucial step in preventing costly breakdowns, especially during the hot summer months when your air conditioner is essential.
Modern high-efficient air conditioners demand more frequent servicing to ensure they operate at peak efficiency. The significance of regular maintenance for your cooling system cannot be emphasized enough.
Air Conditioning Tune-Up / Maintenance Benefits of air conditioning maintenance and what’s included:
- If your air conditioner breaks down within one year of the service, we will refund your money, deducted from the tune-up cost, towards the repair (see notes).
- Our extensive Performance and Safety Inspection / efficiency tune-up ensures the safety and efficiency of your system, providing you peace of mind.
- We provide a detailed System Performance Report for your records and future reference.
- Helps prevent costly breakdowns.
- Enhances equipment life, reliability, efficiency, home cleanliness, air quality, and energy savings.
- The Tune-up and Safety Inspection prioritize safety and energy efficiency during each inspection.
- Dirty, clogged air filters or floods are not covered.
- Any issues checked off on the maintenance/check report (yellow or red) will be exempt from credit back unless repaired by us before a problem occurs.
- Only Airdrie Air must complete the necessary repair(s) for credit to be issued.
- Parts on the checklist are the only ones covered.
Air Conditioning Servicing Benefits Regular servicing reduces energy consumption, ensures safe operation, and extends the unit’s life-cycle. Annual AC servicing significantly decreases the likelihood of emergency AC repairs during hot weather.
Call Airdrie Air today to learn more about air conditioning Maintenance at 403-205-7247.
Air Conditioning Safety and Performance Check
- Refrigerant Levels and Charge: Check refrigerant charge, sub-cooling/superheat, pressures, temperatures, wet bulb, dry bulb, and main valves. Low refrigerant charges can result in high electrical bills and increased energy usage.
- Condenser Inspection: Inspect the outside condenser for optimal airflow, ensuring proper condensing of the refrigerant. Blocked condensers can lead to compressor overheating and higher electrical bills.
- Inspect Blower and Airflow: Examine the blower assembly, including the blower wheel and condenser fan, and adjust as needed.
- Inspect Motor Amperage and Voltage.
- Examine Electrical Components: Inspect all electrical components for safety, including capacitors, motors, contactors, compressors, electrical wiring, and connections. Identify and address any damage or corroded components that could lead to unsafe operations.
- Servicing and Maintaining All AC Makes and Models.