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Do you remember the last time you had your air conditioner tuned up?

Has it been so long you can’t recall? Don’t be embarrassed to call now, even if it has been years.

Most people don’t realize how important annual maintenance is for the life and operation of their cooling system. If they did, we would see far fewer systems malfunctioning and avoidable repair fees.

In fact, if more people understood the benefits of having their air conditioner tuned up annually, we wouldn’t need a list like this at all.

We are here to tell you that having your system maintained or tuned-up by a reliable professional is one of the best ways that you can protect your investment. 

Your air conditioner is responsible for keeping your home comfortable, the temperature safe and circulating the air that you and your family breathe.

Still need a reason to schedule maintenance?  How about ten?

Top Ten Reasons to Have Your System Tuned-up

10) No one appreciates an air conditioner that has gone out of tune. Your friends will just feel sorry for you, too.
9) Tuning up your air conditioner means lower utilities as well.  You’re not telling us you enjoy spending more money, are you?
8) Regularly maintaining your system is good for the environment. (See, we told you that you'd become a better person).
7) Your Air Conditioner has a life too.  Improve and extend your system’s life with annual maintenance.
6) Ensure reliable and safe operation of your air conditioner. You wouldn’t drive a car that hadn’t been maintained for years, or ever.
5) Take care of your air conditioner, and it will take care of you. Don't, and it will get sick and breakdown.
4) Be a hero and save your family from a broken down system.
3) Don’t stink. Do we need to expand on this one?
2) Stay clean.  A dirty system circulates dirty air. A clean one circulates cleaner air.
1) And the number one reason to have your air conditioner tuned-up?  You get to spend an hour with one of our wonderful technicians.  Use the time to ask questions. Call today.

August 15, 2014