A new air conditioner is a big investment, and most families want to get the fullest possible value from it.
That means taking care of it with regular, preventative maintenance. Emergency repairs, when something has already broken down, are far more expensive than preventative maintenance. Don’t sit back hoping you aren’t hit with that expense, get proactive and head it off early.
Regular tune ups can also be the difference between buying a new air conditioner in 8 years or 15 years. Most families prefer 15 years.
If you skipped maintenance the last few years and your air conditioner is making any of these sounds, or showing any of these signs, don’t put it off any more. Protect your investment with a maintenance visit.
Don’t wait for something to go wrong. Stop your air conditioner from reaching that point and save your family some money with maintenance today.
When you take care of things, they last longer.
We tell our kids, but sometimes we forget that it applies to grown up things too.
Every year your air conditioner is exposed to rain, snow, ice, wind, debris, pollen, mud, dirt, and it spends months working at high capacity to keep your house cool.
If anything, the fact that it only needs maintenance once a year is surprising. But it’s an amazing piece of engineering, so once a year is enough to keep it in great shape (and make it last longer).
Get your air conditioner inspected today and make sure any emerging problems are caught before they become costly repairs.
You take care of everything else with moving parts. Don’t leave your air conditioner out in the cold.