Quality Air Conditioining Maintenance

High quality A/C maintenance is key to keeping your home cool during the summer, but it doesn’t end there. Air conditioners require regular maintenance to blow cold air, summer after summer. A/C tune-ups also help you avoid costly air conditioner repairs down the road. 

Dust, dirt, and pollutants in your home and environment make regular cleaning and replacing of certain parts necessary to the life of your A/C.

Our A/C tune ups include the following services:

  • Check all electrical components
  • Check all high and low voltage wiring
  • Check the outdoor disconnect
  • Verify correct breaker size
  • Measure amperage of the compressor
  • Measure the amperage of the motors
  • Measure the strength of the capacitors
  • Check the temperature split for efficiency
  • Clean the indoor evaporator coil
  • Clean the condenser coil
  • Clean the drain traps
  • Clean the condensate pans and drains
  • Inspect the blower wheel
  • Monitor the refrigeration pressures
  • Check for potential refrigerant leaks
  • Measure the airflow and static pressure
  • Test all the safety controls
  • Check condition of the coil fins
  • Check the calibration of the thermostat
  • Replace standard 1” air filter
  • Clean and wax the outdoor unit (if applicable)

Regular maintenance by Christian Heating and Air Conditioning can help keep your unit in peak performance by inspecting, cleaning, and replacing necessary parts throughout your HVAC system. If it’s been awhile since you’ve had your A/C serviced, call us today and we’ll get your air conditioner ready for summer.

Top Three Reasons To Service Your A/C Unit


Air Conditioning Filters

Clogged and Dirty Filters obstruct airflow and reduce an A/C unit’s efficiency. Simply replacing a compromised filter can lower your air conditioner's energy consumption by 5% to 15%.


Air Conditioner Coils

Your evaporator coil should be checked and cleaned every year to remove dirt that is insulating it. Outdoor condenser coils also need to be kept clear of debris. Dryer vents, leaves, your lawn mower, and foliage are all sources of potential debris.


Condensate Drains

Condensate drains may seem like a small component to your A/C unit, but they play a big part in removing condensation from your unit’s evaporator coil. If left untouched, algae and mold can accumulate, clogging the drain and preventing your A/C unit from working properly.


Call Christian Heating and Air Conditioning today for a thorough inspection and cleaning of your A/C unit to avoid disruption in service. We have affordable maintenance plans to consistently care for your HVAC systems.