Cooling Season Maintenance

Air Conditioning Seasonal Tune-ups for New Jersey Homes

AK AIRE Heating & Cooling offers professional ac seasonal tune-ups for Greater Central New Jersey homes. Although it might not feel like it now, you’ll be turning on your central air conditioning unit before you know it! Stay ahead of the game, while saving big, and book a central air conditioning tune up now.

Central air conditioning units are built tough – they continuously service your home, providing you and your family with cool air summer after summer. Although they continue to work hard for your family, the fact is that an air conditioning unit loses approximately 5% of its efficiency each year when it goes without regular maintenance! This loss in efficiency cuts down on the life of your unit, and increases your monthly electric bill. The good news is, the money that you spend on a yearly ac tune up can be quickly recuperated through a longer operating life of your ac unit and decreased utility bills, along with many other benefits.

Yearly tune ups on your central air provides many benefits, such as:

  • Longer life of your air conditioning unit
  • Decreased utility bills
  • Increased operating efficiency
  • Colder air for you and your family
  • Better dehumidifying of your home
  • Prevents costly (and untimely!) repairs
  • Safer cooling of your home
  • Peace of mind

Call and schedule your tune-up for this April or May! Keep in mind, the best time for AC Maintenance is when the weather begins to get warmer and the temp stays steady above 60 degrees.

  1. Check units for seasonal operation
  2. Inspect contractor contacts
  3. Replace Filters, Clean and check thermostat
  4. Check Compressor and Pressures
  5. Check lock-out controls if used
  6. Check for refrigerant leak if system is short
  7. Check cooling dampers for proper position
  8. Check condenser and clean if necessary
  9. Inspect evaporator coil for cleanliness Lubricate condenser fan motor
  10. Check oil level if possible
  11. Check condender fan blades for tightness Inspect starting capacitor
  12. Tighten all electrical connections
  13. Inspect running capacitor
  14. Check voltage at unit under full load
  15. Check for vibration and noise
  16. Check condensate drain and lines for blockage
  17. Inspect relays
  18. Lubricate all bearings where applicable
  19. Check and record running and starting amperages
  20. Check blower for cleanliness
  21. Check and record suction and discharge pressures
  22. Check all safety controls
Make recommendations for any needed repairs