North Central Florida Air Conditioning Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Air Conditioning Maintenance’

What Happens During AC Maintenance and Why It Matters

Monday, September 3rd, 2018

technician working on outside unit of an air conditionerIf you’ve read our blog before, you’ve likely seen us tout the benefits of maintenance. There’s a good reason for this, which we’ll get to below. But a common question our customers have about this service is, “what exactly does a technician do during maintenance?”

We get it, you care about where your money is going, so perhaps you may wonder if the maintenance service you’re paying for is worth it. We’re sure you also care about how efficiently your air conditioner functions, since after all, if it’s not operating as efficiently as possible, it will cost you more to run over the years than it should.

It would take a pretty lengthy post to go into extensive detail about every step a technician goes through during air conditioning maintenance in Gainesville, FL, but we want to share with you a few of the most important ones. This should give you a pretty good idea of how maintenance helps your AC system run better and last longer.

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Tips for Keeping Cool This Summer

Tuesday, April 17th, 2018

Stock image of a single family house in FloridaNobody needs to tell you that our summers can be pretty miserable. If it’s not the heat you have to contend with, it’s the humidity, which makes it feel even hotter than it is. We live in one of those places where coming home at the end of the day is a relief, because we can finally cool off! Well, that is, if you have a functioning air conditioner.

The best way to ensure you’ll keep cool this summer is to schedule Gainesville, FL air conditioning maintenance. This allows our expert HVAC technicians to fully inspect your cooling system for any signs of problems. We’ll also thoroughly clean the system, make any necessary adjustments, and alert you to repair needs so you can get those on your schedule right away.

Scheduling this service once a year (or, twice a year if you have a heat pump system) is vital to helping you keep cool this summer, but not the only method of doing so.

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