Preventative AC maintenance keeps your system running at peak efficiency all year long.
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TemperaturePro provides friendly, reliable, and affordable air conditioning maintenance services to the greater Dallas metro area. We’re open 24 hours a day, 7 days per week, so our HVAC technicians are ready to respond even in an emergency.
Our goal is to make sure you’re comfortable in your home or business. However, many don’t realize that a huge part of ensuring you stay comfortable is scheduling preventative maintenance visits from a certified HVAC technician. Your air conditioning system requires regular maintenance to continue operating at optimal levels, just like your car.
These visits have many benefits, including:
“Had a tech come out to diagnose a failing system and decided to go with a whole new system. Everyone involved was very professional and on time. The installation went smoothly and the cooling is fantastic. They called the following week to say there was a new special running that included my specific model. Even though I purchased mine prior to the special, they were going to send me a rebate check anyway! I highly recommend these guys.” – Josh A.
“Very professional and went an extra mile on quality check. Very thorough on his job. I am glad i have chosen TemperaturePro. Thanks Richard” – Chris D.
“Called TemperaturePro to replace AC and furnace – with specials their quote came to be the lowest for a bryant system. Front office was very responsive and timely in communication. Richard showed up with his crew right on time and even though the estimate was for 8 hrs – he brought in extra crew to get the whole work completed in under 4 hrs. Very happy and loved their time commitment, quality of work and professionalism. Highly recommend.” – Anil P.
“I requested a quote for a new heat pump unit. He explained what he would do and why. He provided several options on the type of system I could purchase with different financial options as well. He answered all my questions and informed me of any specials. I did not give him good quality because I had not purchased the unit. I felt the different costs he provided were of good value, he was professional, responsive to what I wanted, needed, and questioned. He was on time for his appointment.” – T. Marshall
Your heating and air conditioning systems, no matter the make or model, should receive preventative maintenance at least once per year to ensure the highest operating efficiencies, lower utility bills, and reduced risk of serious, costly repairs or replacement parts.
Typically, you’ll want to service your air conditioning system in early spring before the temperatures start to increase, but maintenance in the middle of the spring or summer will only help enhance the performance of your HVAC system.
When your air filter gets too dirty, that forces your air conditioner to work much harder than necessary. This overwork causes your air conditioning system to use more energy, which increase your utility bills.
A clogged air filter can also cause the air conditioner to overheat, leading to a complete system failure.
Because the air filter is so dirty, that means the air passing through into your home is dirty as well. So, the air you and your family are breathing in your home can be full of dust, pollen, dander, and other airborne particulates.
When evaporator coils are left to gather dust and dirt, the grime that builds up makes it more difficult for the coils to transfer heat. This means the air conditioner has to work harder, utilizing more energy and placing more stress on important parts of the system.
Increased stress on these parts causes them to wear out sooner, which means they will need to be replaced.
Dirty coils also corrode which can lead to refrigerant leaks.
The condenser is the large metal cube that sits outside of your home. When it comes to air conditioning, the condenser is where most of the work cooling your home takes place. Components of a condenser include the refrigerant, compressor, condenser coil, electromagnet, fan, capacitor, relay switches, and more.
The practice of checking the condenser during maintenance visits allows a technician to catch any problems early on. Issues with condensers can worsen, and lead to more complex issues within the system that cause a total breakdown.
During preventative maintenance visits, your technician will check your condenser for these elements :
Join the Total Comfort Club today and start saving big bucks on your HVAC services and repairs. Regular preventative HVAC maintenance lowers your monthly utility bills, reduces the need for expensive repairs, and extends the life of your entire system, delaying the inevitable purchase of a brand new HVAC unit.
We offer our air conditioning services to both residential and commercial customers. If you’re experiencing AC issues at your school, university, office, store, medical building, or elsewhere, our HVAC technicians can help.