One thing that can ruin a warm summer’s day in Tucson is a failing air conditioner. Your house is normally the cool place you rest when you’ve had enough of the heat outdoors. But when it’s actually WARMER inside than it is outside, it can be a pretty devastating situation. This situation calls for an air conditioning service, and you’ve got better things to do with your time than wait for your AC to get fixed. So, how can you prevent an air conditioner failure and take full advantage of your summer? The key to preventing a failure and the avoidable air conditioning service appointment is to be proactive! Instead of an emergency air conditioning service, why not plan ahead and schedule preventive maintenance?
A preventive AC maintenance tune-up performed by the team at Ambient Air is your first and greatest line of defense against many problems that can mean AC failure—and the resulting miserable summer days. We’ll ensure that everything is operating as it should and monitor for things that could be likely problems down the road. We’ll take care of those budding problems before they grow into costlier problems that leave you in the sweltering heat of summer.
Some other tips you can do to help keep your air conditioner working as it should are:
- Repeatedly checking and replacing your air filter to keep air flowing efficiently through your home.
- Making sure your AC equipment isn’t clogged by any plant life or debris. Check to ensure that your air returns aren’t covered by furniture or drapery or anything else that could block airflow. The harder your AC has to work, the less efficient it’ll be—and the more likely it’ll be to break down earlier than it should.
Before things heat up this summer, reach out to Ambient Air to make sure your AC is prepped for the challenge! You’ll be glad you did. Call the experts at 520-201-3871 to arrange a regular air conditioning service to keep your AC in optimal shape and to keep your home cool all summer long. If you find it easier, you can also book an appointment with us online.