HVAC Maintenance Plan & AC Tune Up

It is critical to perform regular preventative maintenance on your heating and air conditioning system to ensure proper safety and efficiency and avoid future expensive repairs. Many Las Vegas homeowners run their AC without proper maintenance and end up paying more in the long run. Keep your AC running in top shape with an HVAC maintenance plan.

Just like a car, your air conditioner needs an air conditioner tune up from time to time to “keep it out of the shop.” A semi-annual inspection is an excellent way to make sure your air conditioning unit is running at optimum levels year after year. The Cooling Co can also perform a one-time emergency AC tune-up on your system to prepare you for the intense summer weather.

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Keep Your AC in Good Condition With an HVAC Maintenance Plan

Here at The Cooling Company, we give our customers options with three different residential packages to fit your needs. Our best ac maintenance plan is The Comfort Club (below). Let us keep your home comfortable.

The Comfort Club

  • Free Service Calls
  • $23.99 Cooling or Heating Tune-Ups – Filters Included
  • LIFETIME Warranty on Parts and Labor
  • Priority Scheduling (Within 24 Hours)
  • No Fees for After Hours Services (Evenings, Weekends, Holidays)
  • No After-Hours Emergency Fees
  • Free and Discounted Refrigerant
  • Guaranteed Next Day Installation of New Equipment
  • Extended Warranty on New Equipment – 10 Year Labor Warranty
  • Over $2000 of additional savings!

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TCC Residential
Package A

  • 1 Year Membership
  • 15% Off All Systems Repairs
  • Free Service Calls
  • (2) 1″ Air Filter Replacements Per Year
  • (2) Full Coverage Tune Ups for the Heating and Cooling Season
  • Priority Scheduling on Holidays and Weekends

TCC Residential
Package B

  • 1 Year Membership
  • 15% Off All System Repairs
  • Free Service Calls
  • (4) 1″ Air Filter Replacements Per Year
  • (2) Full Coverage Tune Ups for the Heating and Cooling Season
  • Priority Scheduling on Holidays and Weekends

Prevent Repairs With an Air Conditioner Tune Up

AC Maintenance ManAll air conditioning equipment and functions should be serviced in the spring. Service will ensure proper functionality and help prevent future AC repairs. Our tune ups include checking all the vital parts of your HVAC system, including:

• Power
• Belts and fans
• Freon/refrigerant levels
• Filters

With an HVAC maintenance plan, you are preventing major breakdowns and costly repairs during the hottest days of the summer or coldest days in the winter. And if problems DO come up, you’ll get 15% OFF our service!

What We Do

HVAC system maintenanceIn the short term, there are a number of HVAC problems that reduce the efficiency of your system such as dirty air filters. These seemingly small issues put strain on your AC unit and, if unchecked, can cause serious and expensive repairs.

HERE’S THE GOOD NEWS: These issues can be addressed by a professional during an annual AC maintenance inspection. You can count on us to:

  1. Visually inspect condenser for oil deposits, debris, etc. Apply pressure gauges to check operating pressures.
  2. Draw readings of capacitor and start components.
  3. Take readings on refrigerant levels and visually inspect for any leaks. Note whether refrigerant is R-22 or R-410A.
  4. Inspect thermostat function and wiring. Ensure thermostat accuracy.
  5. Inspect ducting and ventilation. Change 1 Inch filters or speciality filters (if applicable).
  6. Check return and supply air temperatures.
  7. Take a reading of the defrost cycle / supplemental heating and ensure it is at factory specifications.
  8. Check superheat.
  9. Inspect air entering the outdoor coil.
  10. Visually inspect indoor coil for debris. (If water source such as a hose is available and near coil a light rinse may be performed)
  11. Visually inspect condenser coil for debris. (If water source such as a hose is available and near coil a light rinse may be performed)
  12. Check blower motor function as well as belt tension.
  13. Inspect outdoor fan motor function. Ensure fan blade is tightened and lubricate as needed.
  14. Collect amperage and voltage from the blower motor and condenser fan motor and ensure they are at factory specifications.
  15. Inspect condensation pump function.
  16. Inspect the contactor connection and electrical components.
  17. Check suction line temperature and pressures.
  18. Inspect service valves.
  19. Follow wiring / electrical connections and ensure proper placement.
  20. Inspect disconnect box, confirm correct wire size and tighten connections.
  21. Inspect the metering device.

Damaged or cracked belts need to be replaced immediately as well. These belts may last a little longer, but a broken belt over a holiday weekend can be a huge problem. These are just a few simple air conditioner maintenance techniques that can avoid costly repairs (or even new system replacements) in the future.