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Top Air Conditioning Maintenance in New York

Scheduling once yearly air conditioning maintenance in New York isn’t a scam. It comes with lots of real benefits for your air conditioner, including greater reliability, a potentially longer life span and energy savings up to 30%.* Also, it keeps your valuable manufacturer’s warranty in good standing, which supports you in case a crucial piece fails during the warranty period.

Your health matters to us. That’s why we offer “no entry” air conditioning maintenance, with any interactions done over the phone. Our Experts don’t need to stay in your home to inspect your air conditioner. So, there’s no need to miss out on this energy-saving service.

Here’s how it works:

  1. We’ll call when we get there.
  2. We’ll leave a filter at your door and have you swap it out with your old one (when applicable).
  3. We’ll ask you to turn down your thermostat.
  4. We’ll start our comprehensive service on the outside unit.
  5. Once finished, we’ll call you with our findings.
  6. If necessary, we’ll take a credit card payment through the phone and email you a receipt.

Contact us at (718) 737-2425 to request your AC maintenance today.

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    Air Conditioning Maintenance FAQ

    Get your air conditioner prepared for blazing temperatures with a Precision Tune-Up from ALL4HVAC expert air conditioning maintenanceDuring a tune-up, our professionals will take a close look at your system and ensure it’s cooling properly.

    When you choose ALL4HVAC expert air conditioning maintenance, you’ll receive excellent service from our certified technicians. Plus, we back their tune-ups with a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee* for a year. Whatever membership you pick, you’ll also be given guaranteed 24/7/365 priority service and no trip or overtime charges—ever!

    Realign bent or crushed fins with gentle pressure from a dinner knife. Don’t insert the knife more than 1/2 in. Learn what else you should do to get your AC unit shipshape before it gets hot.
    Vacuum the fins of your AC unit clean with a soft-bristle brush. Note: they’re fragile and can easily be bent or crushed. On many units you’ll have to unscrew and lift off a metal box to get at them. Check your owner’s manual for directions and lift off the box carefully to avoid bumping the fins. Follow these other steps to safely clean your home air conditioner for better efficiency.
    The concrete pads under home air conditioner and heat exchanger units tend to settle over the years. As long as there’s no strain on the copper coolant tubes and electrical lines, and the unit stays dry and level, it’s OK that the pad has sunk. But if it continues to sink and pulls the lines tight, or if water puddles around the unit, you’ll need to take action. Here’s how to fix it.
    A programmable thermostat is a must-have in today’s state of AC technology. Programmable thermostats allow you to set temperatures for various times throughout the day and automatically lower the temperature when you most need it to help you save money and manage your cooling without constantly hovering over the dial. In this article, we’ll walk you through installing a programmable thermostat in your home.
    If you have forced-air cooling but there’s still a room that’s hotter than all the rest, a duct or vent booster fan can increase the flow of cool air into that room. Two types of booster fans are available. An in-line duct booster fan (shown) fits inside the duct of the room you’re trying to cool. You mount the fan near the outlet and it automatically kicks on when your cooling system runs.

    We’ll Take a Close Look at Your System

    Our Experts will inspect and clean important components of your air conditioner during maintenance. Some of the work during a tune-up includes:

    This ensures your system is running safely.
    When your system isn’t lubricated, friction from moving parts can cause it to stop working more often or more quickly.
    Cleaning this line takes care of mold and clogs, which can cause leaks.
    These coils turn dirty over time, decreasing airflow and the potential to absorb heat.
    Aluminum fins on the coils can bend and reduce airflow.
    This makes sure your system is starting, running and shutting down appropriately.
    We recommend replacing your air filter every few months. This helps your air conditioner work more efficiently. You may have to replace your filter more frequently if you have pets or someone in your household has allergies.
    Leaves, dirt and grass clippings can collect on the outside of your system. This can decrease capacity and reduce airflow. Shrubs and plants near the unit should be kept trimmed back.
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