Preventative Maintenance

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Like a car, an air conditioning or heating unit over time will malfunction. You wouldn't drive a car without changing the oil for 100,000 miles. The same exact logic goes for HVAC systems. Regular HVAC preventative maintenance is the best way to avoid trouble and low performance. Requestions an early maintenance can control your energy bill from getting out of control, and helps with avoiding system failure in sever weather.

What is Preventative Maintenance? Preventative maintenance is a service provided by HVAC companies to keep your air conditioning and heating units running well. It is best to keep your systems tuned up annually as it will help prevent potential problems later on. With the proper maintenance. home or business owners can save up to 50%. Call the experts at California Air and make sure your air conditioning and heating units can take the heat.

California Air provides an annual air conditioning and heating tune-ups to thoroughly check your system.
List of what we provide is listed below.

  1. Check system functions, safety controls, and adjust operating sequence where appropriate
  2. Inspect electrical components and connects
  3. Ensure proper airflow and change dirty air filters
  4. Inspect pumps and lubricate motors
  5. Examine belts, adjust and align
  6. Inspect, clean, and balance blowers
  7. Cleaning coils, pans, traps, and lines to prevent obstructions
  8. Cleaning outside coils and fins
  9. Check refrigerant levels
  10. Clean burner assembly
  11. Remove soot from burner
  12. Clean and check dehumidifier
  13. Inspect heat exchanger for cracks
  14. Adjust fuel/air ratio and perform analysis

The Outcome of Preventative Maintenance.

  • Savings: Preventative maintenance typically more than pay for themselves through higher efficiency, less utility overpayment, and contractor discounts/offers.
  • Peace: With maintenance on the units, there will be fewer system failures and a longer life for your HVAC equipment. The more they are kept in shape, the longer they'll stand.
  • Continuity: Our technicians tends to get assigned the the same specific customers. That way, you will be comfortable with the technician working on the unit. Also, the technician can become more familiar with you and the equipment.
  • Priority: The customers that have a preventative maintenance agreement with us generally receiver priority service.