Regular Air Conditioning Maintenance Saves You Money

When was the last time you thought about your air conditioner unit? It is easy to forget that every mechanical and technological device needs care, repair and maintenance. It is important to take care of your air conditioner. The last thing you want is to have the unit go out on you on the hottest day of the year.

Regular air conditioner maintenance saves on energy bills. An inefficient unit uses more energy than an efficient air conditioning unit that is regularly maintained. CoolQuest Air Conditioning technicians are well-trained, experienced and pride themselves on delivering a high-quality of service. They maintain, repair or replace HVAC units as needed in a timely manner and at rates you can afford.

All CoolQuest Air Conditioning technicians lubricate parts and checks over the entire unit. Our technician will check for dirt and the level of Freon. A unit that is low on Freon or filled with dirt particles is a unit that doesn’t work efficiently. Dirt invades moving parts, which results in the unit working harder but with less efficiency. The invasion of dirt may even cause the failure of mechanical parts.

When your air conditioner isn’t maintained, you may wonder why it doesn’t seem to be cooling the house as it should. This may signal that there is a problem with your equipment and letting a problem go on too long may cause permanent damage to the AC unit.

Most problems can be solved fast by calling CoolQuest Air Conditioning. A CoolQuest Air Conditioning technician not only checks over your air conditioning unit, but also repairs what needs repair and makes sure the unit is running at peak efficiency.

An AC unit maintained by CoolQuest can help save you money on costly repairs, and on your energy bills.

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