What happens when you run yourself ragged for an entire day? Eventually, all the energy that got you through your various activities is shot, so are you, and you go to bed. When you make wake up from you slumber, chances are you’re still not totally refreshed. So you have a good breakfast, cup of coffee, glass of orange juice, and you’re ready to take on the new day with a fresh supply of energy and stamina.
And now you pretty much understand what goes on with your air conditioning system. Once it’s done pumping out cool air in later summer or early fall, it goes into a long and restful sleep. But that doesn’t mean that – once you turn it back on – it’s ready to run just as efficiently for another 5 months or so.
Before things really start heating up around here in the greater Omaha and Council Bluffs area, you need to give your AC systems its own version of a well-balanced morning breakfast: a multi-point tune-up and inspection performed by a professional Burton HVAC technician.
In the process, we focus equally on system efficiency and safety. Here are just some of the procedures we undertake on your behalf:
- Calibrate and level the thermostat
- Clean or replace your filter
- Lubricate and inspect bearings for wear and tear
- Check for and clean-up mold spores and mildew
- Monitor the refrigerant’s operating pressure
- Inspect safety devices for proper operation
- Inspect the electrical system for exposed wiring
- Clean the condenser coil and remove debris
- Inspect your duct work for energy loss through cracks & leaks
Anywhere electrical wiring exists in your home, there’s a chance for fire. If mold or mildew is forming, then eventually it will affect the quality of your indoor air. Same goes for accumulating dust on and around your filter.
To make sure your air conditioning system has the energy and stamina to give you cool, comfortable, and safer indoor living this season, contact the air conditioning professionals at Burton today. Your system will run better, last longer, and help cut your monthly energy costs.
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