A/C and Heating: Why Maintenance? - Lindstrom Air Conditioning & Plumbing

A/C and Heating: Why Maintenance?

Did you know that your A/C unit loses around 5 percent of its efficiency each year that it runs? Prevention is the best defense when it comes to getting the most out of your air conditioning and heating system.

A/C and Heating Maintenance

One of the biggest misconceptions of routine maintenance is that it is too expensive. Although routine maintenance may add expense, it does not compare to the bill that follows a system emergency. A Preventative Maintenance Agreement from Lindstrom can save you hassle, time and money in the long run.

Some points of routine maintenance include:

  • Inspect and clean housing unit for debris, evaporator coil, drain pan, and condensate drain pain
  • Clean or replace air filters
  • Check for any wear or damage to cords and other attachments
  • Monitor the system, while in operation, for proper operation
  • Monitor air conditioning and heat pump systems for correct refrigerant charge
  • And much more…

Regular maintenance will allow you to get the most out of your air conditioning and heating systems. For systems that heat and cool, it’s recommended that maintenance is performed in spring and fall.

Your system manufacturer will even reward you for keeping your air conditioning and heating system regularly maintained. You may not know it, but your factory warranty may be void if you neglect regular maintenance. Without a factory warranty, you might be paying for any repairs out of pocket.

Contact Lindstrom to learn more about our Preventative Maintenance Agreement and start your home system on a healthier routine.

Preventative Maintenance

Get the benefits of prevention with the service you expect from Lindstrom Air Conditioning & Plumbing and you’ll receive our exclusive Blue Carpet Service.

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A/C and Heating System Tune-up

A cooling system becomes less efficient as it accumulates dust and dirt throughout the year – costing you money. After reviewing hundreds of repair calls, we discovered that over 50% could have been avoided with regular maintenance.

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