Air Conditioner Service In Edmonton, Calmar, St. Albert, AB and Surrounding Areas
What Happens During an Air Conditioner Service?
We all start getting excited when those cold winter days start leaning towards spring and the temperature starts rising. Then we go from warm days to the hot days of summer. When the mercury rises we all want to switch on our AC and let it do its intended job.
And if you have done your annual air conditioner service you just sit back and the cool comfortable air surrounds you. If you haven’t done your air conditioner service here’s what a basic air conditioner service does to get that AC up and running.
Checking the Overall Health of Your AC
The air conditioner service tech will inspect your AC from top to bottom looking for any trouble spots that might need immediate attention. This would include checking all the electrical connections for proper voltages, checking ductwork for any open areas that need to be sealed, And checking your blower motor for maximum efficiency.
If your air conditioner service technician finds any problem in these areas he can alert you and offer repair suggestions.
Checking Your Refrigerant Levels
Your air conditioner operates by a compressor that continuously circulates the refrigerant through your system. The service tech will test the refrigerant level and observe your unit running through a complete cycle to test for proper amounts, the intended pressure, and for any leaks.
Checking the Thermostat
It is very important that your thermostat be in proper working order. If you have been experiencing periods when the air conditioner should be on but it isn’t then your old thermostat might need to be replaced with one of the more updated ones. Your service tech can recommend the proper thermostat for your needs.
These are some of the more basic areas covered in an air conditioner service. The air conditioner service professional at Mobil Heating and Air Conditioning are always ready to serve the air conditioning needs of the Edmonton, Calamar, St. Albert, AB and surrounding areas.