Save money this summer with air conditioning maintenance from JNJ
Did you know that heating and cooling makes up over 50% of your home’s energy costs? That can add up over the course of the year. However, professional air conditioning maintenance can save you money while also helping your system avoid a breakdown, improving your home’s comfort, and even extending the life of your system.
Your air conditioner requires professional service each and every year. Preventative air conditioning maintenance from the experienced technicians at JNJ will ensure dependable performance for your system—even during those dog days of summer. That’s because great maintenance helps prevent breakdowns.
An air conditioner is an intricate collection of components, working together to deliver refreshingly cool air to every corner of your home. To keep the entire system in top condition, make annual maintenance part of your spring to-do list. The optimal time to schedule service is prior to the heavy workload of summer.
If your equipment has been neglected and is living on borrowed time, it will most likely succumb to malfunctions when it’s working the hardest. Our NATE-certified technicians will restore your air conditioner’s energy efficiency and troubleshoot for potential problems. It’s a great deal that can save you money this summer!
Preventative air conditioning maintenance can make all the difference
Preventative maintenance is a cost-effective and simple means of safeguarding your air conditioner from needless problems that could lead to a system breakdown. Our technicians do intensive cleaning, tightening, and calibrating to make sure your air conditioner is ready to go for the summer ahead.
If ignored, worn, dirty or broken components lead to bigger issues, and—eventually—complete system failure. Our experienced techs will check the following as part of your preventative air conditioning maintenance service:
- refrigerant levels
- operational noise levels
- electrical connections
- condensate drains
- blower assembly
- condenser coil
- pulleys and belts
While sitting dormant during colder months, your air conditioner accumulates dust and even insects, plant matter, and decomposing animals. This debris not only insulates coils, reducing airflow and possibly freezing condensate, it also leads to bacteria entering your home. Dirty equipment cannot operate as efficiently, control humidity, or provide clean air for you to breathe. Dirt also causes components to work harder to reach set temperatures, causing them to wear out sooner. Without annual air conditioning maintenance, your cooling system is more likely to fail sooner.