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A/C Maintenance Service

Professional Air Solutions comprehensive yearly A/C maintenance services ensure your cooling system operates at its best, providing you with uninterrupted comfort and efficiency. Our dedicated team of certified experts brings years of experience, using state-of-the-art tools and techniques to perform thorough inspections, cleanings, and tune-ups. Choosing Professional Air Solutions means opting for reliability, professionalism, and a commitment to excellence, making us the right choice to maintain the peak performance of your A/C system and extend its lifespan, all while helping you save on energy costs and avoid costly repairs.

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Benefits of Professional Air Conditioning Maintenance

Just like your vehicle needs regular oil changes, your A/C unit requires tune-ups to maintain efficiency. Skipping these can significantly reduce your air conditioner's effectiveness. The key benefits of regular air conditioning maintenance and tune-up services include:

Extended Lifespan: Proper maintenance can greatly extend the lifespan of your A/C unit. Regular yearly tune-ups involve inspecting and repairing minor issues before they escalate into major problems, thereby preserving your unit's longevity.

Lower Utility Bills: Keeping your A/C unit running efficiently through annual tune-ups can significantly reduce your energy costs and utility bills.

Fewer Repairs: Neglecting proper maintenance leads to more frequent repairs. Professional A/C repairs can be expensive, especially for complex issues. Yearly maintenance helps prevent these costly repairs.

Improved Air Quality: Annual maintenance and tune-up services can significantly enhance the air quality in your home. Special cleaning techniques are required for A/C units to function correctly; otherwise, air quality may be compromised.

Overall Better Comfort: A properly maintained A/C unit cools your home more quickly. These complex machines require specific preventative maintenance to operate effectively. Skipping your annual A/C tune-up could result in your home taking longer to cool down.

A/C Maintenance  Process

Our A/C maintenance process is designed to ensure your cooling system operates efficiently and reliably throughout the warmest months. Starting with a comprehensive inspection, our certified technicians check for any signs of wear and tear, addressing potential issues before they become major problems. We then proceed to clean the air filters and coils, improving airflow and system efficiency. Our team also checks and refills refrigerant levels if necessary, ensuring your unit cools effectively. Finally, we calibrate the thermostat and inspect electrical connections to guarantee your A/C unit is not only running smoothly but is also optimized for energy savings. Trust us to keep your air conditioning system in peak condition, providing you with uninterrupted comfort and peace of mind.

Signs of AC Trouble and Wear and Tear

Maintaining your air conditioner properly can avoid or put off problems, but eventually wear and tear will take a toll. It is important to know when to service your AC because small troubles can lead to big hassles if not taken care of. Here are some of the top signs it is time to call an AC technician:

A Lack of Cool Air: Your air conditioning is on, but the air isn’t as cold as it should be, or it’s blowing hot air. This could be a sign of a bad compressor, dirty evaporator coils that need to be cleaned, or low freon levels.


Restricted Airflow: If the airflow from your AC or vents is weak, the cause can be worn motors or a blockage or leak in your ductwork. Airflow problems caused by debris can also pollute indoor air and become a health hazard.


Moisture Buildup: The presence of moisture can be due to a refrigerant leak or a damaged drain tube, which is designed to remove condensation when it’s working properly. Moisture can lead to rust and mold and microbiological growth.


Noise: Air conditioners make some noise, but squealing, grinding, or grating sounds are not normal; they typically mean something inside the AC is broken or failing, such as a belt or motor. In some cases, parts may need to be lubricated.


Odors: If the air coming from your AC smells musty, there may be mold inside the unit or ductwork. A foul, pungent smell can mean the unit’s wire insulation has burned through, which can also be a fire hazard.

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