Preventative Air Conditioning Maintenance in Highland Indiana
Your air conditioner not only keeps you and your family comfortable all summer long but it’s also a major investment in your home. Making sure that your AC system is cleaned and serviced every summer season not only helps to keep your energy costs down, which means more money in your pocket for some extra summer fun but also protects the investment you have made in your property.
Why Choose Collins For Your HVAC Maintenance?
Since 2005, we have set ourselves apart from other HVAC companies in Northwest Indiana by offering affordable reliable service, honest recommendations, and superior customer care. With over 20 years experience in the heating & cooling industry we can efficiently service and maintain any make, model, or brand of AC system.
When we arrive at your home we start with a comprehensive inspection. We look over your entire system inside and out and identify any problem areas that may require AC repair then perform a precision tune-up ensuring that your AC unit will keep you and your family cool and comfortable all season long.
The Benefits Of Having Your AC Cleaned & Checked
Catch problems early: Avoid unexpected breakdowns & costly AC repairs by uncovering potential problems early on.
Lower operating costs: A well-maintained AC Unit uses less energy
Longer equipment life: Well maintained equipment increases its lifespan.
Improved Performance: Reduce noise levels and provides better climate consistency within your home.
Fewer repairs: Equipment that is well maintained normally has less major repairs.
Safer system: Equipment that is clean and maintained produces a healthy indoor air quality for your family.
Maintain Warranty: Many manufacturers require annual maintenance to keep the warranty.
Peace Of Mind: Rest easy knowing that your AC unit is safe for operation
During your maintenance service call, our expert HVAC technician will:
• Start Unit
• Inspect exterior for damage.
• Inspect Fan blade
• Check Refrigerant Levels
• Monitor Amperage Draw
• Check Temperature Drop
• Inspect & Tighten all electrical connections.
• Check thermostat.
• Inspect the AC Filter.
• Inspect safety devices, service valves, and ductwork.
• Clean the condensate drain.
• Remove all debris from the condenser.
• Monitor volts/amps on the fan motor.
• Check for correct air flow.
• Check for mold.
• Test capacitors & controls.
• Check for line insulation damage.
• Check Final AC Temperature from the supply.
• Make a final operation test.