Top Air Conditioning Maintenance in Concord

Scheduling once yearly air conditioning maintenance in Concord isn’t a gimmick. It offers multiple real benefits for your air conditioning, including increased reliability, a potentially extended life span and energy savings up to 30%.* Additionally, it keeps your valuable manufacturer’s warranty valid, which covers you in case a crucial system fails during the warranty period.

Your health matters to us. That’s why we offer “no entry” air conditioning maintenance, with any interactions taking place over the phone. Our Experts don’t need to be inside your home to inspect your air conditioner. So, there’s no need to avoid this energy-saving service. Here’s how we make it work:

  1. We’ll call when we get there.

  2. We’ll place a filter at your door and have you exchange it for your old one (when applicable).

  3. We’ll ask you to turn down your thermostat.

  4. We’ll carry out our comprehensive service on the outside unit.

  5. Once we’re through, we’ll call you with a detailed report.

  6. If required, we’ll process a credit card payment by phone and email you a receipt.

Tune-Ups Can Help Your Air Conditioner Last Longer

Get your air conditioner prepared for high temperatures with a Precision Tune-Up from ARIEL HVAC SOLUTIONS.

During a tune-up, our professionals will inspect your system and ensure it’s working properly.

When you choose ARIEL HVAC SOLUTIONS., you’ll receive quality service from our NATE-certified technicians. Plus, we back their work with a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee* for a year.

We’ll Take a Close Look at Your System

Our Experts will look over and clean essential parts of your air conditioner during service. Some of the work during a tune-up includes:

  • Tightening electrical connections.This ensures your system is working safely.

  • Lubricating parts.When your system isn’t lubricated, resistance from moving parts can cause it to malfunction more often or more quickly.

  • Cleaning the condensate drain line.Cleaning this line takes care of mold and clogs, which can cause leaks.

  • Cleaning the condenser coil and evaporator coil. These coils get dirty over time, limiting airflow and the capacity to absorb heat.

  • Straightening coil fins. Aluminum fins on the coils can bend and reduce airflow.

  • Examining system controls. This makes sure your system is starting, running and shutting down appropriately.

Between tune-ups, there’s some everyday maintenance you should be doing yourself.

  • Change the air filter.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.
  • Remove debris.Leaves, dirt and grass clippings can build up on the outside of your system. This can decrease capacity and diminish airflow. Shrubs and plants near the unit should be kept trimmed back.