With spring comes warmer days, and it won’t be long until summer weather is here in full swing. And while we tend to have a short period where we can open windows and turn off our HVAC system, it’s never long until we have to crank the A/C to avoid the blistering heat.
But what happens when you enter your home, expecting to find the sweet relief of air conditioning only to walk into a stuffy, hot living space? Well, you call in an expert, turn on every fan you own, then suffer until they can fit you into their schedule.
Now, we can handle any repairs you throw our way, but in our opinion, avoiding any damages or malfunctions in the first place is always going to be the better option. That’s why we suggest scheduling your spring tune-up now – well before temps rise and you find yourself stuck in a hot, humid space.
What Happens During a Tune-Up?
During our springtime tune-ups, we do a thorough inspection of your system to ensure all parts are working efficiently and ready for use. That way, on that first hot day, you can turn on your A/C with peace of mind, knowing you won’t face problems in the months to come.
Here’s everything we complete:
- Test/inspect electrical components
- Test/inspect safety components
- Inspect the evaporator coil
- Oil the motors, if needed
- Inspect/verify refrigerant level & operation of the refrigerant system
- Inspect for any exterior damage of equipment
- Inspect for excessive wear on external components
- Flush the condensation P-trap & piping (if a union or clean-out is properly installed)
- Clean the outdoor condenser coil
- Verify supply & return airflow temperatures
Needless to say, by the end of our service, you’ll know exactly where your system stands. One that’s all settled, we’ll tackle any problems or damages we come across, then offer quality, long-lasting solutions that will keep your system in better shape for years to come.
And as an added bonus, these inspections (when performed regularly) can actually help you save money over time. Small damages will get addressed well before they get worse and turn into big repair jobs, and your system won’t have to work nearly as hard, which means it’ll last longer. When professional care is regularly completed, your system could last up to two decades! But neglect will easily cut that time in half, which means you’ll be shelling out dough for a new system much sooner than is normal.
Why Hire Airbusters?
Why choose us for your HVAC-related needs? Well, to start we have over 15 years of experience in the industry, and our customers have consistently given us great reviews and positive testimonials. We’re qualified to do any type of repair you’ll need, and our quality results speak for themselves!
Need an entirely new system? We can help with that, too, working with your specific needs, wishes, and budget throughout the entire process.
Now, experience is definitely not something to discount, but appropriate training and education is important, too. That’s why we’re proud to hold certifications with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and North American Technician Excellence (NATE) – and we hold an R-410A certification, too. The more we know, the better we can serve you!
Along with certifications, we also have memberships with the following:
- American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE)
- Refrigeration Service Engineers Society (RSES)
- Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA)
- Indoor Air Quality Association (IAQA)
Finally, we’re always honest and offer our straight-forward, professional opinion with every service we complete. That means no confusing, technical jargon and no upselling of services or products you don’t actually need. And if ever have questions along the process, we encourage you to ask away!
Are You Enrolled In Our HVAC Service Plan?
If you’re a firm believer in the importance of regular HVAC inspections (as we are), then we encourage you to sign up for our HVAC service plan, which includes two tune-ups every single year, along with many extra benefits and savings, too.
Basically, we’ll come out once every spring and once every fall to ensure your system is looking good and running well before you switch from A/C to heat or vice versa.
Now, you already know what our spring inspection entails. Our fall inspection is nearly the same, with the addition of removing dust/debris from the heat exchange and burners, verifying the gas pressure, and testing/inspecting your defrost controls.
And about those extra perks we mentioned? Our service plan also includes:
- a 15% discount on all parts and labor
- Priority Emergency Service (with no after-hours or emergency rates)
- a certificate of inspection after each tune-up service
And if auto-renew your service plan every year (without a break in service), you’ll get a $50 credit/year towards the purchase of a new unit. Your credit will accumulate every year you qualify until it is applied to the purchase of a new HVAC unit!
Don’t Wait – Get Started With Our Team Today!
If your HVAC system is experiencing issues, don’t hesitate to reach out to our repair experts. We’re equipped to tackle strange noises, refrigerant leaks, blown fuses, temperature inconsistency, foul odors, thermostat issues, and more, and we’d be happy to help!
There’s no time like the present to schedule the quality care you deserve. Reach out online or give our experts a call at 615-813-6973 to get started!