How We Keep Your AC Working At It’s Best
It’s no secret that summer in Austin, TX gets steamy, so you want to make sure your air conditioner is working at its best. One of the easiest ways to do this is to stay on top of your home’s AC maintenance. Keep reading to learn how energy-saving maintenance plans help you keep your home cool when temperatures heat up.
Seasonal Maintenance Services Give You Peace of Mind
Do you hold your breath every time the AC turns on? Are you worried about your unit breaking down on the hottest summer day? If so, you need a maintenance plan. Professional maintenance services include an inspection of the AC unit inside and outside the home.
Before the cooling season arrives, a technician comes to your home and performs a professional tune-up. During the service call, the technician checks the filters, the refrigerant levels, looks for leaks, tests the fan’s motor and much more. If the technician finds any problems, they make repairs on the spot to ensure the AC unit’s ready to do its job all summer.
Maintenance Extends the Unit’s Lifespan and Efficiency
The average lifespan of an air conditioning system falls between 15-25 years. That’s a generous span and maintenance plays a substantial role in how long your system lasts. The more you maintain the system, the longer it lasts. A heat pump has a shorter lifespan because it works year-round.
With regular maintenance you won’t have to worry about frequent repairs or sky-high energy bills. Efficient systems don’t break down on a whim and don’t waste energy. Professional tune-ups deliver a solid return on your investment.
How to Choose the Right AC Maintenance Plan
HVAC companies offer tiered maintenance services to fit nearly every budget. Whether you choose the basic plan or a top-tier plan that includes no overtime charges and same-day emergency response, you can feel confident operating your AC this summer. Call Vertex Mechanical today to learn more about maintenance plans and the other HVAC services we provide.
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