Regular Service For Your Las Vegas AC
Have you considered a Preventative Maintenance Plan for your property’s air conditioning system? If not, you may want to reconsider! Regular service on an AC is the #1 thing we advise our clients to do to ensure the best performance for their units.
Keeping up on preventative maintenance can even extend the life of your unit. Just like oil changes and tune-ups keep your car in good shape, preventative maintenance can keep your heating and cooling units healthy for years to come.
We also offer discounts on repairs/installs, discounted rates, and priority service for our Preventative Maintenance customers. Contact us today to join the club & start saving!
What’s Involved In An HVAC Tune-Up
During preventative maintenance visits, or PM’s, we perform filter changes & equipment checks. A licensed technician removes the old filters and will replace them with new filters. During the equipment checks, we clean, lubricate, tighten connections/components, and test the equipment’s operations. If any problems are found, we generate a deficiency list which includes any recommended repairs and potential problems.
Benefits of regular HVAC maintenance
- Fewer System Repairs – At some point, all homeowners and renters will face unexpected situations that require emergency repairs and unneeded stress. An air conditioner breaking down in the middle of a hot Las Vegas Summer is definitely one of them. When you sign up with an annual maintenance agreement, the chances of your unit breaking down without warning are drastically decreased. When a licensed HVAC technician performs a PM, they will check for any issues before they have the opportunity to turn into costly repairs and perform a tune-up during each service.
- Longer Lifespan for Unit – HVAC units are not manufactured to run forever so unless you schedule a regular tune-up to prevent unforeseen, costly repairs. Most HVAC units are designed to last 10 to 15 years depending on the manufacturer, frequency of use, and humidity/weather conditions of where the unit is installed. Units in areas with higher humidity typically do not last as long as units in a dry heat location. HVAC systems are a large investment and a big part of keeping your home comfortable. Make sure to sign up for a PM agreement to get your system the service it needs to properly function for years to come!
- Reduced Costs – When your HVAC unit is operating efficiently, it uses less energy to cool and heat your home which helps you save more money. On top of saving on the operating costs, a preventative maintenance agreement will help you save on repair/replacement costs. When you have regularly scheduled maintenance, you can identify preventable problems so that you are not subjected to an unexpected bill if the condenser motor or compressor fails. When you consider the amount of money you can potentially save, a preventative maintenance agreement is worth the cost.