The Importance of Air Conditioning Checkups

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When you live in a state such as Florida, air conditioning is a necessity. Not having an air conditioning unit that works up to par can be uncomfortable and even unhealthy.

When it comes to residential air conditioning service Melbourne FL residents turn to Arnold Air Conditioning. Since 1972, we have been trusted by residents in the Melbourne area for their indoor air comfort and needs.

Air Conditioning Check-ups

One of the needs we can help with is an air conditioner check-up. The best time to have a checkup performed on your air conditioning system is in the spring or early summer before it is at its peak use for the year. However, any time is better than never.

Saving Money with a Check-up

An air conditioning check will increase the chances of any problems with your system being caught in their early stages before they grow into bigger, more expensive problems. Investing a little bit of money now will help save you money, and the discomfort of a house that is too hot, in the future.

For instance, fixing a small leak of refrigerant is much less expensive than having to purchase a brand new compressor because low levels of refrigerant have caused the old one to burn out. In addition, an air conditioning checkup can ensure that your unit is running at optimal efficiency and not being a drain on your electrical system which can cost you more money.

What is Included in a Checkup?

During a routine air conditioning check up the following areas are checked:

  • Refrigerant levels
  • Electrical components and controls
  • Condenser
  • Filters

In addition, the following services are done if needed:

  • Changing filter
  • Oil motors
  • Calibrate the thermostat
  • Clean evaporator and condenser coils

For the best residential Air Conditioning Service Melbourne FL can provide, contact Arnold Air Conditioning in Indian River County at 772-589-1063 or in Brevard County at 321-952-5511.

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