Preventative Maintenance

Preventative Maintenance

Remember with proper maintenance your air Conditioning and heating system should last 10-15 years.
Make sure your outside condenser is free and clear of all brush and debris.
Make sure the condensate lines are draining and have no debris around them.
Change or clean your air filters at least once a month, especially in the summer months.

It is important to have your air conditioning and heating system inspected and serviced at least once a year. Regular maintenance insures that your system is running as efficiently as possible and helps keep your utility bills as low as possible. Regular maintenance also will help extend the life of your AC/Heating system and help minimize costly repairs.

Services we provide for preventive maintenance on your AC/ Heating equipment
  • Check thermostat operation
  • Inspect contactors, relays and controls
  • Inspect wiring
  • Oil fan motors and bearings (when applicable)
  • Check Amp draw on compressor and motors
  • Inspect condenser and evaporator coils for dirt or restrictions
  • Inspect disconnects for burnt or discolored wiring or contacts
  • Check refrigerant levels and pressures
  • Inspect air filters
  • Check and record temperature split between supply and return

If your heating and cooling system is over 10 years old, you could be paying over 30% more in utility costs than need be. Definitive Air can help reduce those utility bills and make your home more comfortable and give you confidence of years of worry free operation with our 10 year compressor and 10 year parts on any new Rheem equipment.

Also, Definitive Air can provide you with a free Energy audit on your home to help reduce energy cost by assessing how your home uses energy. Definitive Air has teamed up with Green ID to perform these services. Green ID is an APS/SRP certified contractor and will diagnose the energy inefficiencies in your home, so you can make the most of your energy use. Improving the efficiency of your home can create a quieter home environment with even temperatures and cleaner air throughout the house.

Depending on the age of your home, it is not necessarily cost effective to install a high efficient unit in your home because the return on the extra cots will not offset the utility savings. This is a big selling point with contractors but may not be beneficial to you. Sometimes a 13 seer unit may be sufficient for your home.

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