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Looking to Keep Your AC Energy Efficient This Summer? Schedule a Maintenance Appointment

We may have just passed the summer solstice, but things have been heating up for a while. Have you noticed that your air conditioner has been sluggish or underperforming? Then it may be time to schedule a maintenance appointment. It’s strongly recommended that every homeowner schedule air conditioning maintenance on a yearly basis, but this doesn’t mean that you don’t do it if you’ve passed the year mark. The experts at Bartels Heating and Cooling can help with all of your air conditioning needs, including professional preventative AC maintenance in West Chester, OH, so give us a call today!

Why Maintenance Matters

When you hire a trained expert to perform maintenance, it isn’t a quick once-over of your system; it is a full tune-up complete with testing and basic diagnostics. During a routine maintenance appointment, you can expect the following:

  • Thorough inspection of your system
  • Check of refrigerant levels
  • Cleaning of various components, including the coils and condensate array
  • Small repair (frayed wires, replacement of loose or worn fan belts)
  • Testing of your system
  • Check of overall system performance

Should any larger problems be detected, you’ll be alerted immediately so you can set a repair appointment.

Why Is Maintenance Important?

All of these actions – cleaning, inspection, testing – allow your system to operate at its highest capacity. When your air conditioning system operates optimally, you’ll see improved energy efficiency and an increase in comfort levels. You’ll also be able to get ahead of any potential repairs, and best of all, extend the life of your air conditioning system because it won’t be operating in a worn down state.

If it’s been more than 12 months since your last maintenance appointment, or your air conditioning system seems off, call us today for AC maintenance!

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