Summer has made its debut in Concord and the last thing you need is your A/C system breaking down during the extreme heat. Help avoid your home’s AC from malfunctioning with a yearly A/C system tune-up from Freschi Service Experts.
What exactly is an air conditioning tune-up?
Similiar to how you go to your general practitioner annually for an exam, an air conditioning tune-up is a yearly visit to make sure your central A/C system is healthy and running properly. Most common air conditioner tune-ups will include calibrating the thermostat, cleaning the condenser coils, checking your refrigerant levels and observing for leaks, inspecting and tightening all electrical parts, and evaluating the performance of the blower belt and motor.
Air conditioning tune-ups with Freschi Service Experts
When you call Freschi Service Experts for your air conditioner tune-up, our tune-ups include a full visual inspection along with a full cleaning. Read on to see the complete list of steps in our System Inspection and Precision air conditioning tune-up.
Full calibration of thermostat
Check air and/or oil filters
Examine blower components
Assess air flow
Examine all electrical connections
Confirm proper system function
Verify quality of installation
Examine area around system
Inspect AC clearances
Inspect overall condition
Check condenser and evaporator coils
Assess starting capabilities
Analyze safety components
Assess temperature variation in supply and return
Survey refrigerant pressure
Examine condensate drains
Replace or clean standard home air filters
Tighten the electrical connections
Measure volts and amps
Lubricate all moving components
Clean condensate drain
Issue protective coating
In-place cleaning of blower components
Survey cooling cycle
Apply biocide treatment
Clean condenser coil
Freschi Service Experts in Concord is currently getting you ready for summer with discounts on air conditioning tune-ups and certain HVAC equipment upgrades. To discover more or schedule your seasonal A/C system tune-up, call 925-384-1303 today!