Preventative Maintenance Agreement:

Why? How?


Preventative maintenance will extend the life of your air conditioner and will help it run as efficiently as possible.


Our agreement includes: 

  • 2 filter changes per year

  • 2 inspections per year

  • 2 system cleanings per year

  • 10% off any parts purchased while your agreement is active.


Filter Changes

According to the United States Department of Energy, changing your filter will lower your air conditioner’s energy consumption by 5% to 15%. Your filter should be changed once a month for best quality, however you may need to replace them more often for reasons such as: if your system is constantly being used or if you have pets. With our Preventative Maintenance Agreement, our professional service technician will change your filter for you twice a year.



During an inspection our professional service technician will:

  • Check for correct amount of refrigerant & add some if needed

  • Test for refrigerant leaks using a leak detector

  • Legally capture any refrigerant that must be evacuated from the system, rather than releasing it to the atmosphere

  • Check for duct leakage in central systems & seal if needed

  • Measure airflow through the evaporator coil

  • Inspect electric terminals, clean and tighten connections, and apply a non-conductive coating if necessary

  • Oil motors and check belts for tightness and/or wear

  • Check the accuracy of the thermostat 

  • and more​


System Cleanings

Our professional service technician will clean the indoor and outdoor systems at your home.


In your air conditioner there is a pump, or compressor, that pushes refrigerant between the evaporator and the condenser in order to cool the air and push it throughout your home. Without the compressor, there is no way to cool the air, which is why it is known as the "heart" of the air conditioning system. 


Above: Gerrity, Sarah. How an Air Conditioner Works. 2014. Energy.Gov. Web. 10 March 2015. 


Poor Maintenance

There are a number of reasons why a compressor can fail, however the most common occurrence seems to be poor maintenance.

Remember that regular maintenance will keep your air conditioner running efficiently and will prevent more cost spending for you. To properly maintain your system you should: 

  1. Always have a clean air filter/s

  2. Keep a clean outdoor unit

  3. Be sure the unit has enough refrigerant. We can check that by when we maintenance your AC

  4. We can have your AC running correctly and keeping a cool during the upcoming summer heat.