Time for Spring HVAC Maintenance

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As you prepare for the shift in seasons from winter to spring, don’t forget about your HVAC system. Investing in regular servicing will help extend the system’s lifespan, keep utility costs down, improve indoor air quality, and help maintain your HVAC warranty.

The best time to schedule an air conditioning tune up is now. Any damage or stress placed on your system over winter can be visually inspected and repaired. HVAC system maintenance includes a professional inspection, tune up, and system cleaning by a highly trained HVAC technician. Bruce’s Air Conditioning & Heating recommends scheduling twice-yearly HVAC system maintenance. Once in the fall for heating, and once in springtime for your air conditioner.

Why Schedule HVAC Servicing Now?

Triple-digit temperatures will be here before you know it, compelling you to turn on your air conditioner. It’s no surprise that late spring and summer are peak times for HVAC system repairs, when HVAC technicians are in high demand.

By scheduling a professional tune up before peak temperatures arrive, you’ll be guaranteed a convenient appointment. You’ll also have peace of mind knowing that your HVAC system is ready to keep your home cool all summer long.

Why put off HVAC servicing when you can schedule maintenance now? Be prepared by taking the preventive route and handle any repairs proactively. You’ll be glad that you did when summer arrives.

Air Conditioning System Tune Up

A tune up and cleaning from one of our expertly trained technicians at your home includes:

  • Air filter– Clean or replace if needed
  • Bearings– Inspect for wear and lubricate
  • Blower motor– Measure amperage and voltage
  • Capacitors– Inspect and test
  • Compressor– Monitor, measure amperage and volt draw, and wiring connections
  • Condensate drain– Flush and treat with anti-algae
  • Condenser coil– Clean and remove debris
  • Contactors– Test and inspect for burned or pitted contacts
  • Ductwork–Inspect for energy loss
  • Electrical disconnect box– Inspect for proper rating and safe installation
  • Electrical wiring– Inspect and tighten connections, and inspect for exposed wiring
  • Fan blade– Inspect and clean
  • Indoor coil– Inspect and clean
  • Refrigerant– Monitor operating pressures
  • Safety devices– Inspect for proper operation
  • Service valves– Inspect for proper operation
  • Thermostat– Test for proper operation, calibrate, and level

Remember to ask your friendly Bruce’s technician about our HVAC maintenance contract. By signing up you can gain valuable customer benefits, including priority service, discounts on maintenance appointments, repairs, and more.

Call today to schedule your spring maintenance with Bruce’s Air Conditioning & Heating at 480-968-5652.