Spring is a great time for an air conditioner checkup. During springtime, when most air conditioning companies experience a slow period, their staff concentrates on maintenance plans and regular air conditioning tune-ups. By servicing your system before the busy summer months you will be assured that your system will work properly when the hot summer months ensue and you will not have to wait extended periods of time for service.
By having your air conditioner serviced right now, you can prevent a number of problems during the summer months. You will be able to schedule your service at a convenient time for both you and your contractor before the demanding summer season makes every call to the contractor an emergency. Waiting until it gets hot also means that you will pay more for services and maintenance, especially in the Peachtree City, where the summers can get very hot. You will save both time and money with early season specials.
Schedule Air Conditioner Maintenance Now
Often, when there’s a problem, whether it’s with your air conditioner, automobile or an appliance, the sooner you catch the problem, the cheaper it is to repair. For instance, if your A/C unit has a small leak in one of the lines, this type of issue can be easily be repaired for a reasonable cost. By letting it go unchecked, you risk having all your refrigerant leak out and the leak can become more serious and increase your repair costs significantly.
Compressors on air conditioner units do need regular maintenance in order to perform at their optimum levels. When you allow yours to go without maintenance for several years, it ceases to operate at its highest levels, causing your electric bills to rise. If you’ve noticed a rise in utility bills over the past few summers, then it could very well be that your air conditioner unit needs servicing.
For more information about getting your air conditioner in shape for the long, hot Georgia summer, contact us at Powers Heating &Air.
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