AC TUNE-UP AND MAINTENANCE
Just some air conditioner components we inspect:
- Equipment Condition
- Thermostat Operation & Condition
- Check Vent/Registers
- Inspect Ductwork – sealed, leaks and correct sizing
- Check Filter
- Check Air Handler
- Blower Motor Fan Capacitors
- Blower Motor Amp Draw
- Blower Motor Bearings, Wear or Play
- Fan Alignment
- Static Pressure Measurement
- Inspect Evaporator Coil with Camera
- Wiring and Contacts
- and many more!
THE IMPORTANCE OF AN HVAC SYSTEM INSPECTION
The lack of proper inspection and maintenance to this HVAC system resulted in not finding the leak before there was extensive water damage to the home. After the circuit board and other main components had failed it was no longer economical to repair the system and a replacement was required.
OUR VALUES AND BELIEFS
- We won’t omit vital information.
- We serve our customers. It’s not a job.
- We care about your wants and needs.
- We leave your house as clean as we found it.
- Our technicians have pride in their work.
- We do what we say.
HOMEOWNERS TURN TO US FOR QUALITY
- 100% Satisfaction Guarantee
- Certified & Licensed
- Honesty & Integrity
- Professional, Courteous & Thorough
- Technicians Attend Regular Training
- Solutions not Fixes
Here are the 3 steps to get what you need done as soon as possible!
Submit a Service Request
Schedule a Complete
Thorough Service Evaluation
Be Heard and Respected
Experience Peace of Mind
Enjoy Your Home Again
Only the Best for Our Customers
In our commitment to serve as Utah’s Best Service Experience™, ESCO employs the best air conditioning technicians who are fully trained and certified.
Service Team Highlights
- Background checks and drug tests.
- Respectful and professional
We have the experience and expertise to get the job done fast, and done right the first time. Our equipment solutions include environmentally friendly options, with a highly trained crew that specializes in home energy efficiency and are BPI Certified.
We also offer a comprehensive energy audit and can determine where your house is losing energy, making you and your pocket book a lot more comfortable.
Frequently Asked Questions
“Tune-up” is the term ESCO uses to describe the manufacturer’s recommended maintenance and inspection items. The idea of maintaining a large piece of equipment is nothing new. Regular maintenance helps things last longer and work better. Your air conditioner is no different. One of the best ways to get the most out of your air conditioner is to take care of it.
We developed our 23 point air conditioner tune-up from the recommendations made in the owner’s manual for your air conditioner. It includes checking refrigerant levels, capacitors, compressors, fans, motors, coils and much more. Our HVAC Techs document everything and take the time to explain to you the condition of your system. A tune-up is a great way to make sure your air conditioner will make it through the summer and identify any potential problems before they cause your system to stop working in the middle of the summer.
Manufactures don’t specify whether you should have your air conditioner services at the beginning, middle or end of the season. The case could be made for either and it ends up being a personal preference.
The biggest reason people don’t service their air conditioners is that they forget. So if you have not had yours serviced yet this year, now is the best time to make the call and schedule an air conditioner tune-up, because your thinking about it and there is a good chance you’ll forget.
If you have an air conditioner and you plan on using it, you need an air conditioner tune-up. All kidding aside, manufacturers recommend you have this done every year and neglecting the maintenance increases the chance that your air conditioner goes out during the hottest parts of the summer and then you’re stuck waiting for when a company can come out and look at your system.
If your air conditioner has been acting up, if it’s over 10 years old, if it’s been more than 2 years since your last tune-up, if you had to have your system repaired last year, or if you just want to know the overall health and conditioning of your air conditioner are all great reasons to consider having your air conditioner tuned up.
If you think of your air conditioner like your car, a tune-up is kind of like an oil change. If your car is working fine and it’s time for an oil change, you are probably going to get it changed. Instead of every three to five thousand miles for your car, it’s once a year for your air conditioner.
An air conditioner tune-up is the most cost-efficient way to make sure your air conditioner continues working to cool your home.
If your air conditioner was installed during the summer, no. It should have been installed ready to run for the season. The dealer maintenance will start the next year but don’t forget the maintenance you’re responsible to perform yourself.
If it has already run for a summer season, yes, you should get an air conditioner tune-up. When we buy a new car, the reason we are so good about cleaning and servicing it is that we want to make sure it performs like a new car for as long as possible. You probably just invested thousands of dollars into your air conditioning system and annual tune-ups are a great way to get as many years of reliable comfort for your home.f
It depends on why it is acting up. There are lots of parts and pieces that work together to make sure your air conditioner cools your home and if one of them stops working your air conditioner can stop working.
Sometimes the cleaning and adjustments made during our air conditioner tune-up can correct minor issues. It should identify if there is anything more serious that needs to be addressed that could be causing your air conditioner not to cool the home the way you expect it to.
Be sure to tell the company you call all of your concerns and frustrations so that they send the right technicians to your home. As long as your system has not stopped working completely, a tune-up is a great first step.
7 Common Problems with an Air Conditioner
- Dirty Filter
- Frozen Condenser Coils
- Dirty Condenser Coils
- Leaking Ducts
- Improper Ducting for Home
- Poorly Calibrated Thermostat
- Loose or Worn out Fan Belts
The Importance of Preventative Maintenance
It is important to have your air conditioning system tuned up every spring before summer starts. Taking care of smaller problems before they become big ones can save you a great deal on ac repairs.
NO SURPRISES POLICY
Our “NO SURPRISES” policy gives our clients peace of mind with our up front pricing on all of your electrical needs.
You will know the price before we ever start the work.
We know you have a lot of options when it comes to hiring an electrician, which is why we take several steps to stand apart from the rest.
You will get professional service from a friendly and caring team when you request our help, but that is not all.
Some of Our Accomplishments
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