Our Service call is $89.95 and waived with any air conditioning and heating repair.
Having a maintenance inspection performed on your air conditioning and heating system before summer helps ensure your system is operating at peak performance for the cooling season. We provide a thorough examination of your air conditioner to ensure it is in top condition for our intense summer heat.
Our spring maintenance inspection includes the following:
- Inspect the base pan for restrictions in the drain pan opening and remove any obstructions as necessary
- Inspect coil and cabinet
- Inspect fan motor and fan blades for wear and damage. on older models, we will lubricate as needed
- Inspect control box, associated controls/accessories, wiring, and connections. Controls may include contactors, relays, circuit boards, capacitors, sump heat, and other accessories. All control box and electrical parts are checked for wear and damage.
- Inspect blower assembly
- On older models, lubricate motor and inspect and replace fan belt if needed
- Inspect evaporator coil, drain pan, and condensate drain lines
- Inspect ductwork systems and check for leaks at plenums
- Monitor system starting characteristics and capabilities
- Listen for abnormal noise
- Monitor air conditioner and heat pump systems for correct refrigerant charge
- Measure system for correct line and load volts/amps
- Provide system operation report and recommend repairs or replacement as necessary
Indoor/Outdoor Coil Cleaning
Why is it important to have your system’s coils cleaned?
The outdoor condenser coil accumulates dirt and debris that affects the cooling efficiency of your unit. Without regular maintenance and cleanings that dirt and debris can cause your coil to freeze up and stop cooling when you need it most, or it may cause the compressor to overheat. To keep your energy consumption and costs down during the summer, we recommend having your condenser coils cleaned every year, early in the year before the summer heat.
The indoor evaporator coil cools the air before it passes through your ductwork and into your home. When the evaporator coil is dirty, it restricts the airflow going into your home. This may not only cause an increase in energy consumption during the cooling cycle, but the refrigerant will not return from a liquid to a vapor. When the liquid form of freon returns to the compressor, it may ruin the valves, resulting in the unit no longer cooling.
Air conditioning and heating costs account for about one-third of your utility bills every month. With that kind of investment, you cannot afford to have a unit that is not operating at peak efficiency. If your system produces inconsistent temperatures, fails to keep the home cool, or your cooling costs are skyrocketing, it might be more cost-effective to purchase a new, more energy-efficient system.
Proper installation and sizing are the two key elements that determine how efficient your air conditioner will be. A unit that is too large will not remove humidity from your home and waste energy. A unit that is too small will not achieve a comfortable, cool temperature on hot days. Improper ductwork installation, a lack of insulation, and incorrect unit placement can also reduce efficiency.
You can trust Brisk Air to help you choose an air conditioner that is properly sized for your home and installed correctly for efficient and effective cooling.
Signs you need a new HVAC system:
- Your unit is 10+ years old
- Poor airflow
- Blowing warm air (in summer)
- Blowing cold air (in winter)
- Loud noises
- Bad odor
- High electricity bill
- Excessive humidity in the home
- Frequent repairs
- Freon leaks
Free quote on all replacement systems. We offer all makes and models.
100% customer satisfaction is our goal!