A tune-up is designed to take an air conditioning system and make it more efficient running with minimal breakdowns. We recommend a tune-up on a regular basis every 6 months or at least 1X a year.
Every month with standard desposable filters; some filters need to be changed at 6 months or only 1X a year. If you have severe allergies or pets that shed, changing your filter should be done more often.
No, the diagnostic fee is a separate charge which covers the cost of the labor to drive to your location and the labor costs involved in the diagnostics.
Average response time will vary depending on the temperature outside. Our average response time is 1 to 2 hours. However, during
summer, our response times may be a little longer.
We service and sell all makes and models of HVAC equipment.
We are qualified to work on all types of HVAC systems.
Our trucks are stocked with standard replacement parts such as: contactors, transformers, some relays and some OEM motors. However, it is impossible to stock every part for every make and model. Specialty items such as compressors, control boards, blower motors and fans are usually not truck stocked – these items are picked up at the supply house or ordered.
It is a part of the A.C system that sits outside. After the Evaporator coil turns the Freon liquid into a gas, the Condenser condenses the Freon back to liquid. It is also where the compressor is located that pumps the Freon back and forth to and from the evaporator coil.
A standard installation takes 4 to 8 hours.
R-410A is the earth friendly “green” coolant that is replacing Freon (R-22). Since 2010 the Federal law requires that Freon (R-22) will be phased out.