EL CAJON, CALIFORNIA – Gabriel Carini, a heating and cooling veteran of nearly a decade, reminds home and business owners to schedule a spring tune-up for their air conditioning systems to make adjustments where necessary and take care of minor repairs before the summer season.
“If just a few aspects of an air conditioning system are slightly off, problems can overwork the unit, costing you more and shortening the life expectancy of the system. Even worse, if problems persist, the result could be a very costly repair,” says the owner of Carini Heating And Air Conditioning.
A heating and air conditioning installation technician will thoroughly inspect and analyze the system. The technician will make needed adjustments and discuss any suggested repairs with the owner. According to our experts, the inspection includes nine significant aspects of the HVAC unit.
- Gas or oil connections, gas pressure, burner combustion, and heat exchanger
- Thermostat calibration and contacts
- Electrical connections
- Voltage and amperage on inside and outside units
- Supply and return vents
- Moving parts
- Air filter
- Drain pan and condensate line
Carini recommends clients take advantage of the home central air heating and air conditioning and HVAC cooling services preventive maintenance agreement (PMA) for added protection and convenience. The maintenance agreement includes two tune-ups per year, appointment reminders, a warranty on all repairs, and a discount on the system and parts replacement.