Preventative Maintenance & Inspections

We proudly provide AC repair to Tucson, Sahuarita, Green Valley, Vail, Marana & Oro Valley!

We understand that Routine Preventative Maintenance on your air conditioning and heating system is necessary to keeping your system working properly, efficiently and effectively.  So we developed an affordable Maintenance Program to help home owners avoid unnecessary system breakdowns, poor air quality and high utility costs.

The Program Includes:

Free Cooling Inspection – Free Heating Inspection
No Trip charges for service calls
VIP Pricing on Repairs & Parts – Priority Scheduling for Repairs
Fully Transferable if you sell your home – 10% OFF Duct Cleanings

ASAP Air Comfort Specialists

520-578-2657

myasapair@gmail.com

Tucson, Arizona

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Our Preventative Maintenance Inspection Includes:

Thermostat

Check For Loose Connections That May Cause Unit Short Cycling. If Possible, Check Or Calibrate Temperature Readings.

Split Temperature

Measure Temperature Difference Between The Air Returning (Return) and The Air Coming Out Of The Vents (Supply). Ideal Temperature Differential Is Approximately 20 Degrees.

Air Filter

Check Your Filtering System, Looking For Dirty Or Clogged Filters. A Dirty/Clogged Filter Can Restrict Air Flow, Freeze Coils and/or Cause Unnecessary Service Calls. (Filters Should Be Changed Monthly)

Air Distribution

Check The Air Flow And Registers Throughout The Home. Looking For Dirt And If Air Is Balanced In Each room. We Do Recommend O.B.D. Registers For Optimal Air Balance.

Air Ducts

Examine The Air Ducts To Ensure Ducting and Vents Are Clean. For Better Air Quality Ducts Should Be Cleaned Professionally, Once Every 3 – 5 Years. (Once Every 1-2 Years With Swamp Coolers)

Disconnect Box

Make Sure All Connections Are Tightened, Look For Signs Of Fatigue Or Burn Marks, Ensuring Box Is Firmly Connected To Wall and Look For Any Type Of Melting. (Replace If Necessary)

Surge Protector

Check To See If There Is A Surge Protector Protecting Your System. If Non Is Present, Recommend Installing One To Protect Your Investment from Lightning Strikes, Brown Outs and/or Electric Spikes.

Fuses

Check On The Condition Of Your Fuses, Looking To See If Fuses Are Swollen, Burnt or Bad. If Any Of The Previous conditions Exist Replace With A New Fuse.

Contactor

Check Contactor For Worn and/or Pitted Pads and Points. Check Part For Discoloration, Burnt Wires Or Chattering. Replace Part If Needed.

Kickstart/Relays
Transformers

Inspect All Parts For Loose Wiring, Worn Out Parts and Ensuring Parts Are Mounted Securely.

Compressor Capacitor
& Fan Capacitor

Check Microfarads On Compressor and Fan Capacitors. Ensuring That The Readings Are Within Tolerance, That They Are Not Swollen, That They Are Not Rusted And/Or Leaking Oil. Replace If Bad.

Compressor

Check Starting Amp Draw Along With Running Amps. Compare To Unit Rating Labeled On Units. Look For Burnt Wires At Compressor Terminals.

Condenser Fan

Check  Amp Draw Against Max Ratings. Check For Loose Bearings Or Damaged Fan Blades And If Needed, Oil Motor.

Condenser Coils

Ensure That Condenser Coils Is Clean, Free Of Dirt And/Or Debris. Also Look For Damaged And/Or Bent Fins Which All Can Reduce Seer Level (Efficiency).

Freon

Check System Pressures To Ensure Proper Charge. If System Is Low And Needs More Than 2 Pounds, Need To Repair Problem Before Adding Freon.

Blower Motor

Check Amp Draw Against Max Rating. Check Blower Motor And Blower Wheel To Ensure Clean And Debris Free. And If Needed Oil Motor.

Blower Run Capacitor

Check Microfarads On Capacitor, Ensuring Rating Is Within Tolerance, Not Swollen Or Disfigured and/or Leaking. Replace If Needed.

Evaporative Coil

Check And Make Sure BOTH Sides Of Coil Are Clean. Dirty Coils Cause Poor System Performance And Early Breakdown. A 10th mm Of Dust Can Reduce Efficiency By Up To 15%.

Condensation Drain

Making Sure Drain Is Free Of Debris & Bacteria. Checking PVC For Loose Or Cracked Parts. Looking For Signs Of Overflowing (Rust)

Plenum

Make Sure Plenum Is Sealed Correctly And That There Is No Unnecessary Air Leaks. 8 Out Of Every 10 Plenums Leak.

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