Air Conditioning Maintenance
AC Tune-Ups In & Around Orem & Lehi, UT
When the temperature outside starts to warm up, it’s a great time to go ahead and have your air conditioner serviced for the year. You may wonder if this service is worth it or not. AC tune-ups are very well worth it and have a number of proven benefits that you as a homeowner will enjoy for the rest of the year.
We Will Service Any System
Have an older central air conditioning system? Or maybe a newer heat pump? No matter your cooling system, we can service it! From ductless mini-splits to any brand air conditioner, our AC maintenance service will get your system running better than ever!
Check out our video below to find out why it is so important to have your AC serviced every year.
Western’s 30-Point Tune-Up
The air conditioning maintenance service from Western Heating & Air is a thorough inspection, cleansing and upkeep of your system. We go through a 30-point checklist of items in this service, including cleaning the condenser coils, calibrating your thermostat and making sure your coolant levels are adequate. After our service, we will go through the tune-up process and findings with you so that you are up to speed on how your system is performing.
Why Should I Get An AC Maintenance Service?
There are a number of reasons why a tune-up would benefit your home’s air conditioner. This service has been proven to:
Western Savings Club Membership
We get that life is busy and regular HVAC maintenance is not always first and foremost in your mind. That is why we offer membership to our Western Savings Club! With membership, you receive automatic maintenance services as well as a number of other benefits, including VIP priority service and no after hours fees.
When you work with the Western Heating & Air team, you are working with true partners on your home comfort. We care about our customers and their homes, which is why we strive to provide the best in customer service and quality workmanship. To that end, we offer:
The typical yearly maintenance expense for an air conditioner is between $100 and $150. The average homeowner spends roughly $125 on cleaning and a tune-up, which includes examining, tightening and testing all parts, as well as minor part replacement, such as an air filter or coil cleaning.
- Thorough coil, drain and element cleaning.
- Examining electrical connections, motor movements and thermostat functionality.
- Keeping track of refrigerant pressure.
- Safety controls being tested.
- Lubricating moving components.
In general, your air conditioner should be serviced once a year, in the spring. This is done to verify that it is clean, that its parts are in good condition and that it is running as efficiently as possible.