Is Your Air Conditioner Ready for Summer?
Posted on May 23, 2016
Cooler air and frequent storms in Wichita have lulled us into a false sense of eternal spring. Before we know it, temperatures will be soaring and people will be running to turn on the AC. But a 90-degree day is a bad time to find out your air conditioner won’t turn on or blow cool air. Plan ahead by having a licensed/certified Comfort Systems technician inspect your equipment. Paying for an affordable service call now could save you big bucks this summer.
Air Conditioner Maintenance Checklist
When the Comfort Systems technician arrives at your door, he’ll use a maintenance checklist to guide his inspection so no detail will be overlooked. These are just a few of the components included in the HVAC routine check up:
- Measure refrigerant levels
- Check all mountings for tightness and wear
- Inspect drain pan connection for blockage
- Check contacts for burned or pitted surfaces
- Clean condenser coil
- Clean compressor compartment
- Inspect service valves for signs of leakage
After the technician completes the inspection, he will place a special bar code sticker on the unit and scan it with his iPad. In the blink of an eye, the details of his inspection including specific notes about adding refrigerant or other comments will be entered into our secure database. The next time a technician returns to your home, a similar scan of the same barcode will instantly provide him with important information. In 2016, Comfort Systems was honored for our unique iPad technology with an Innovation Award from the Wichita Business Journal.
Don’t Delay! Call Today!
When summer finally makes its debut in Wichita, our technicians will start working overtime. Call now to avoid the waiting list. And remember, having an HVAC maintenance plan in place is the best way to ensure your system is inspected long before you need it. Ready for a new HVAC system? We offer 6-month financing with approved credit. Call your Wichita Comfort Systems office today to schedule an appointment (316) 265-7831.