Summer is rapidly approaching. It’s time to get a professional check and tune-up for your cooling system before the San Fernando Valley heat hits. It’s advisable to get your air conditioner ready as soon as possible to provide a comfortable house 24 hours a day, seven days a week during these hot and humid days. Being proactive with your air conditioning unit is a requirement to maintain a cool and comfortable home during the summer months. For the system to run at maximum capacity, you’ll need to add air conditioner tune-up to your summer to-do list.  If you neglect or ignore your unit’s tune-up service, you risk a costly breakdown, higher energy bills, and an uncomfortably hot house. Regular maintenance, on the other hand, gives you an immediate return on your investment.

 The following are included in a professional tune-up service:

  • Complete inspection
  • Cleaning of the outdoor unit, condenser coils, ductwork and filters
  • Calibrating of thermostat
  • Checking of coolant level
  • Minor repair issues

Top 3 reasons to get a Summer AC Inspection

  1. Improves the system’s performance and efficiency

With the arrival of summer, you’ll need to operate your air conditioner for significant periods of time every day. As a result, you must ensure that the system is operating at maximum efficiency. A comprehensive tune-up ensures a high-performing cooling system as well as a cooler and more pleasant house.

  • Prevents unwanted service or emergency calls

What if your air conditioner broke down in the middle of a hot summer day? An unplanned breakdown would require costly repairs. Take advantage of US Air Conditioning and Heating preventative maintenance package to avoid untimely breakdowns.

  • Increases your A/C lifespan

Do you want your AC System to last longer? Your A/C needs some pampering and regular care and maintenance in order to live a long life. You can extend the life of your cooling system for years with a professional tune-up from US Air Conditioning.

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