Inland Empire Air Conditioning Tune Up and Maintenance
Prevent Major Cooling Issues with Quality AC Tune Up Services in the Greater San Bernardino and Redlands Area
Did you know? Your Inland Empire air conditioning system is expected to work for over 2800 hours each summer. But a lot of people don’t realize the importance of having their AC unit serviced each year. Just like your car, your air conditioning system is one big moving part that needs regular servicing to keep it running safely, reliably and efficiently. Maintaining your air conditioner can help improve cooling efficiency, lower energy costs, improve indoor air quality, and increase your home’s comfort.
Just a simple check-up by the qualified technicians at Sanborn’s can prevent small problems from turning into large projects that can cause lasting damage to your AC. The last thing you want is to find yourself stuck without cool air on the hottest day of the summer, which is also the busiest time for service technicians. Schedule your AC tune up today from Sanborn’s!
What’s Included in an AC Tune Up?
When you schedule a checkup on your air conditioning system with Sanborn’s, a qualified HVAC technician will use our AC tune up checklist:
- Tighten and clean all loose screws and brackets
- Evaluate the performance and condition of the blower motor and belt
- Evaluate filters to determine if it needs cleaning or replaced
- Evaluate coolant levels for strong operating performance during peak seasons
- Lubricate all moving parts to eliminate wear and tear causing higher energy costs
- Increase efficiency by performing a detailed cleaning of the condenser coils
- Inspection and tightening of electric connections to ensure safe operation
- A comprehensive inspection of ductwork to prevent energy loss
- A complete thermostat calibration to ensure proper operation
We commit to enhancing the operation of your AC through our professional tune up service bringing your energy cost down– all at an affordable price.
How Often Should I Service My Air Conditioner?
AC maintenance can be scheduled at any time, however we recommend booking your tune up at the beginning of the cooling season. Spring temperatures tend to be milder in the Inland Empire area, but there can be an occasional warm day where you want to use your AC unit. If you’ve never had an AC tune up your air conditioner may need a part or two replaced. It’s best to catch these issues early to prevent future breakdowns.
Benefits of Routine Air Conditioning Maintenance
Don’t wait for it to stop working to call your Inland Empire HVAC technician for a tune up or maintenance check. Air conditioning tune ups are designed to make sure that your AC runs smoothly during the times you need it most!
Lower Summer Utility Costs
While your AC can tackle the issue pretty well, it tends to eat up some cash in the process. A tune up streamlines your system and optimizes it so that it can do its job better, and more easily, which directly translates to far lower cooling costs.
Our summers are challenging even for the most modern of systems, and if want cool you can rely on, you need your system in its best shape possible. Our professionals can make sure all is well and working its best.
Less Risks of Breakdown
When you kick on your system this summer (or spring, as these things often go), do you know for certain that it’s going to start up without a fuss? A professional tune up includes a complete inspection, allowing our team to identify and rectify potential problems long before they cause any trouble.
Fewer Costly Repairs
In the event that you do actually need repairs, they’re likely to be a lot less expensive if you’ve been getting maintenance. Why? Because the most costly problems (part failure, air flow problems, etc.) are addressed during a tune up, keeping them in check and avoiding these costly breakdown problems.
Better Air Quality
Your air conditioner has been sitting idle for months now, and in that time a lot of gunk, grime, dust, and debris has moved in. All of this junk is going right into the air in your home if it’s not dealt with. This can kill your air quality and make those allergies hit that much harder!