With the colder temperatures the last thing you may be thinking about is your a/c unit, but now is the perfect time to have your unit examined. When one of our licensed technicians comes to your home, you can expect them to carefully examine your unit by looking at the following:
o Refrigerant Level: Levels of refrigerant that are too high or too low will leave your unit functioning less efficiently.
o Thermostat Settings: The settings of your unit need to be checked to ensure that your air conditioner is working in the most efficient way possible.
o Electrical Connections: Bad electrical connections will cause your unit to function improperly and can reduce the life of your unit significantly.
o Lubrication: If certain parts of your air conditioning unit are not lubricated adequately, it can cause friction raising the amount of energy needed to make your home comfortable.
o Evaporator and Condenser A/C Coils: Dirty coils in your air conditioning unit will reduce the life of your system and raise the cost of your monthly utility bills.
o Blower Components: Airflow problems in your unit can cause its efficiency to be reduced.
o Condensate Drain: Clogged/plugged drains can damage the humidity levels in your home.
Our expert check-ups will give you peace of mind in knowing that your air conditioner is in good working condition and save you money with your unit running efficiently.
Spencer Air Conditioning and Heating invites you to call us for all of your HVAC needs. Reach us today at (972) 446- COOL (2665) or by logging on to www.spencerairconditioning.com to find out how we can serve you.
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