AIR CONDITIONING TUNE UP TIME IN NEW YORK!
If you own a home in the Bronx, Manhattan, Rockland County, Putnam County or surrounding areas, it’s that time of year where it’s important to have your air conditioning tune up done!
With temperatures already jumping around in the 80’s, it will soon be time to really need our air conditioners to stay comfortable in all the humidity. And spring is the time of year when air conditioning tune ups are done, which allows the units to work well all summer long.
As a homeowner, you know how important it is to not let something like this slip past you. You know that air conditioners are part of your home’s necessary mechanical systems, and letting them run for years or even months without any attention will surely mean breakdowns at the worst times.
So instead, give us a call here at Clover Comfort and schedule your air conditioning tune up. In this way, you’ll keep your home cool and your air conditioner in better shape. Plus you’ll be adding years onto its lifetime of use because a machine in good repair continues to run well and for longer than those which are neglected and left to run under weakened condition.
Your professional HVAC service person at Clover Comfort will check and clean a number of parts both big and small, will lubricate areas that need it, and ensure refrigerant is at the right level. Here are common areas that may be serviced on your unit, depending on what you have installed in your particular home:
- Electric connections
- Amperage draw
- Refrigerant lines
- Refrigerant levels
- Fan motor
- Condensation drains
- Condenser coils
- Air flow
- Evaporator coil
Along the way, there are things you can do to ensure your air conditioner runs at its peak and stays in good shape. The first, of course, is scheduling your professional tune up at least once a year, preferably for the unit’s sake a monthly maintenance service can be done to ensure your filters are replaced and everything is kept tuned up and running right.
You can also do some things, like keep an eye on your outdoor unit. Make sure it turns on when your inside air turns on. It should turn on and when the correct temperature is reached will turn off again. If it doesn’t turn on, it has a problem and will cause more problems because the system inside will continue to run and will get overloaded without cool air.
If you hear strange noises, creaks squeaks, bangs, knocks, water leaking, or any other reason to think you have an air conditioning problem, be sure to call someone in to take a look at it. With an air conditioning tune up, you can avoid many problems this year, plus you’ll have a unit that works well and lasts as long as it should.
Summer will fall on us quickly, so get your air conditioner tune up scheduled now!