Everyone has heard of Murphy’s Law, which states that anything that can go wrong will and at the worst possible time. As far as air conditioning in concerned, this usually manifests by your air conditioner going out on one of the hottest days of the year. This is the time when so many air conditioners go out that when you call for emergency service you are very likely to be put on a waiting list. If you are a customer of one of the Air Conditioning Bainbridge Island companies, you can have a hand in defeating Murphy’s Law.
The Air Conditioning Bainbridge Island companies will explain why you should follow an in home maintenance program and they will suggest to you that you get on their Preventative Maintenance program. This program puts you on a schedule of inspection at the beginning of the warm season, usually in early spring, to inspect all of the vital working parts of your Air Conditioner. The following is just some of the things that they will check for you;
- Freon level (top it off if needed)
- Condenser motor for the fan
- Electrical connections
- Condenser coil
- Evaporator coil
- Blower wheel
- Filter -to see if it needs replacement
- Check controls for both cooling and heating
- Check the operation of your thermostat (calibrate if necessary)
- Check float switch
- Check operation and condition of the vacuum drain line
After they have run through a much more extensive check list of things, they can assure you that your air conditioner is operating properly to handle the heat of the season. Failure to have an inspection like this done early in the warming season is what could put you on that emergency service waiting list.
Most of the Air Conditioning in Bainbridge Island companies will also suggest that you have an end of season check-up for your system. They will inspect the seasons wear and tear on your system before you shut it down for the winter season. This way if you choose to delay the pre-season inspection, you are much more likely to make it through at least one hot season without any major problems, especially if you follow their in-home maintenance checklist.
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