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Preventing Air Conditioner Leaks
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Preventative Maintenance Agreements
Air Conditioning Tips for the Winter
Winter may not be here yet, but Fall is about to be in full swing. It’s the first day of October, which means cooler temperatures are on their way and soon to follow are the holidays and other gatherings when you will not want your A/C or Heater to fail!
Preventative Maintenance Agreements – “I really can’t wait to pay for that one pound of cure!” said no one ever!
It’s the ounce of prevention that comes in the form of a preventative maintenance agreement (PMA) that’s worth every penny. PMA’s are the best way to ensure that your home’s A/C system and furnace operate smoothly and efficiently. PMA’s will also help prevent costly break downs when you dread them the most.
Most home owners don’t have the expertise to identify small mechanical issues before they become large, expensive problems. Would you know if the voltage or amperage draw is too low or too high on one of the A/C motors? Or if your A/C system is too low on Freon? Or, can you identify tiny leaks in your furnace that could potentially lead to deadly carbon monoxide poisoning? This is where a PMA proves its worth. While it won’t prevent breakdowns, the inspections can help identify minor problems and correct them before they become major, expensive catastrophes. No one wants to endure a broken down A/C during the Fourth of July weekend, or a broken down furnace during a cold winter freeze. A maintenance check up during the fall and during the spring will help you to not have to encounter these issues!
Do you want more air conditioning tips for the winter and for all other seasons? Go back to our main page for a ton of tips and information!