OK, so maybe a foot of snow wasn't the way we wanted to start this season off, but according to our calendars it's officially spring in the St. Louis area! We here at Jerry Kelly want to help take your mind off of the cold temperatures and snowstorms and think about the warmer weather ahead. Believe it or not, the cooling season will be here before we know it, and now is a great time to start thinking about getting your annual air conditioner tune-up. Whether you're one of our maintenance club members or simply someone who wants to keep your air conditioner in the best condition possible, this post is for you!
During an air conditioner tune-up, one of our NATE certified technicians will inspect your entire cooling system and look for any problems that might affect its performance. After the tune-up, we'll go over our findings with you and discuss any suggestions for repairs or ways you can increase the efficiency of your system.
Along with an inspection, an air conditioner tune-up also includes a full-system cleaning. A buildup of dirt anywhere on your cooling system can lead to system breakdowns and major inefficiencies. By cleaning your system, we can help keep your utility bills low and prevent problems in the future.
During your tune-up, we'll also check your refrigerant levels, tighten electrical connections and perform all the other tasks required to keep your air conditioner in tip-top shape.
If you have any questions about an air conditioner tune-up, or if you'd like to sign up for Jerry Kelly's maintenance club, contact Jerry Kelly, your St. Charles, MO, HVAC company. We service the St. Louis area and surrounding towns like Wentzville, Ladue and Town and Country.
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