$74 Tune Up Special
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It’s often been said that “the best offense is a good defense”. The same holds true when it comes to the safety and reliability of your home’s air conditioning system. At Kobie Complete, our NATE certified service technicians will maintain your air conditioning equipment to factory specifications, helping you save money on utilities, but more importantly, will help eliminate costly breakdowns.
What Does an Air Conditioning Tune Up Include?
Your technician will perform the following services during a tune up:
- Check condenser coil and clean
- Check and adjust blower component
- Check operating pressures for refrigerant
- Check thermostat calibration
- Check safety control where applicable
- Check all electrical connections
- Check voltage and amperage on motor
- Check condensate drain
- Clean or replace air filter (as needed)
- Lubricate all moving parts as needed
- Check for correct air flow
- Check starting capabilities
Annual AC Maintenance Program – Your Best Value
We offer premium air conditioning maintenance in a convenient annual package. As a member of our maintenance program, you will receive one or two inspections/tune-ups per year, plus exclusive discounts on service calls, repairs and more!
Air Conditioning Maintenance is Your Home’s Best Investment
“An Ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” ~Benjamin Franklin~
A good air conditioning maintenance program will spare you the inconvenience of costly breakdowns, will make your system last longer, use less energy and save you money. In a nutshell, AC maintenance is an investment – not an expense.
We find that almost 50% of all cooling problems can be prevented through regular ac maintenance with a comprehensive maintenance program. You see, your air conditioning system could be cooling your home and still be “broken” in terms of health, safety and efficiency. Just like recommended annual health exams, our regular customers get their AC systems screened for potential problems before they become hazards.