Canceling your regular air conditioning maintenance will almost certainly ensure that when your system decides to break down, it will either be the hottest or coldest day of the year. AC service ensures that professionals can look after your system, check it regularly and make repairs before the system disregards your requirements.
Repairs May Still Become Necessary
When you are working your air conditioning system hard, by keeping it on long hours, every day, some parts will eventually wear out. When you conduct regular AC service, the technicians are more likely to be able to tell you that a part will require changing in the very near future, which provides you with the opportunity to exchange the part before the system fails.
The condenser, evaporator, and capacitor will require changing at some stage in the future. Where your system requires a refrigerant, that may eventually need a repair. The refrigerant may simply require a recharge, and this will be checked during the AC service.
Where you operate a full HVAC system throughout your property, your service engineers may suggest a complete tune-up of your system once a year. This will provide you with a considerable amount of peace of mind and will reduce the cost of your repair bills over the long term.
By maintaining the tune-up and regular servicing, you will add value to your property because you will be able to prove that your AC system has been working regularly and efficiently and wherever a problem has occurred, this has been solved by your technicians.
You should contact your AC service company outside of the regular maintenance schedule when your AC stops working altogether. Once you have checked the basics, such as the thermostat set to the correct temperature, you may need to call the experts for repair.
On occasions, the unit may be running, but the amount of cool air is negligible. This is a sign that your air-conditioning is not functioning effectively. Whenever it starts making a strange noise, you should call for repair before the damage becomes more substantial.