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Air Conditioning Tune-Ups & Maintenance

When you are looking for an HVAC company to maintain and tune your air conditioning system in the Farmington, CT area, contact the experts at Tower Energy and Plainville Oil. Our certified technicians are constantly updated on the most recent information and skills concerning air conditioning, venting, and heating equipment. You can trust us to not only get the job done right, but to leave your family safe and comfortable.  

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The Importance of an Annual A/C Tune-Up

Regular tune-ups for your air conditioning system help to make sure your equipment is running efficiently and can reduce the risk of unexpected service or system malfunctions. Not to mention, a system that runs properly can also make indoor air clean and safe.

According to the U.S. Department of Energy, simply replacing a dirty, clogged filter with a clean one can lower your air conditioner’s energy consumption by 5% to 15%! With a complete tune-up from one of our certified technicians, you could benefit from lowering your energy costs even more.

Benefits of an Annual Tune-Up:

  • Keeps your systems running safely and efficiently
  • Reduces unexpected service calls
  • Can save you up to 10% on annual energy costs
  • Prolongs the life of your equipment
Air Conditioner Tune-Up

To schedule your annual air conditioning system tune-up, contact our office today.


Our 16-Point Cooling System Tune-Up

Our 16-Point Cooling System Tune-Up is available for all central A/C customers and will help to keep your home cool and comfortable each summer while chilling out your energy costs, too.

16-Point Annual Tune-Ups Include:

  1. Check refrigerant charge and measure operating pressures and temperature
  2. Test compressor operating voltage and amperage
  3. Lubricate and check motors
  4. Clean or replace filters, as necessary
  5. Inspect and adjust fan belts
  6. Flush and drain condensate
  7. Check electrical connections
  8. Clean and check thermostat
  9. Check controls and safety switches
  10. Inspect evaporator coil, if accessible
  11. Check blower wheel and bearings
  12. Test pressure cutout switches
  13. Inspect crankcase heater
  14. Inspect condenser coil
  15. Check condenser blade and motor bearings
  16. Check condenser electrical disconnect switch
Warning for A/C Systems - Upgrades Needed

If you have an older A/C unit that uses R-22 refrigerant, you should begin planning for a system upgrade.

As of 2010, the refrigerant R-22 was discontinued for use in new A/C systems. Its production is being reduced and soon R-22 will no longer be available for your A/C system. Plus, the new R-410A refrigerant is not compatible with older systems.

You have most likely saved hundreds of dollars on your heating bill over the last two winters, due to low fuel prices and mild weather. Reinvest in your home and don’t be caught in a tough situation this summer.
Don’t wait! Get ahead of this important change and schedule a free consultation now.

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