Get the oil changed regularly, visit your doctor for your annual checkup, get those teeth cleaned every six months…but what about your AC system?  Statistics prove that keeping your AC system as healthy as possible by having a Preventative Maintenance Program (PMP) saves money over the long term and helps avoid uncomfortable AC system down time.

How does our Preventative Maintenance Program help you save money?

Our PMP can keep your AC system running at peak efficiency and can also determine if a component is failing or may have the potential to malfunction.  Our regularly scheduled visits have a proven record of reducing expensive repairs and ensuring AC systems are optimizing their consumption of electricity.  Also, continued maintenance checkups over many years have proven to extend the operational life of AC systems.  You may get as much as 3-5 years more of a cooling life from your AC systems that are cared for over the years with a PMP.

Extended warranties from AC manufacturers require that AC systems are properly maintained with a PMP or some type of recurring maintenance plan.

If you choose to buy an extended warranty provided by the AC manufacturer of the systems in your home, they require proof of proactive maintenance services when you need to file a claim.  Don’t let your smart investment in an extended warranty become worthless!

Preventative Maintenance
Preventative Maintenance

Bottom Line – What Does our Preventative Maintenance Program do for You?

Keeping your AC system in good working condition be getting regular preventative maintenance checkups off several key advantages

  • Prolong the life of your AC system
  • Increase the operational efficiency of your AC system
  • Optimize the indoor air quality (IAQ) provided by your AC system
  • Stay protected under your extended warranty
  • Reduce future AC system breakdowns and uncomfortable down time

Every Preventative Maintenance Program visit provides:

  1. Flush, test and prime condensate drain lines
  2. Vacuum auxiliary drain pans
  3. Treat drains with algae tablets
  4. Inspect operating condition of indoor air handler unit evaporator coil
  5. Check capacitor condition and measure ability to hold a charge
  6. Clean, test and prime condensate pumps
  7. Rinse outdoor condenser coils (water hose must be accessible)
  8. Check system refrigerant levels
  9. Check compressor monitor, measure amperage, volt draw and fan current•Inspect condenser fan motor blades
  10. Inspect condition of liquid line filter driers
  11. Test and inspect contactor points for wear and high resistance
  12. Check seals of caps and valves•Check thermostat operation
  13. Check blower motor – measure amperage and voltage for proper operation
  14. Check blower wheel•Inspect for excess corrosion and rust
  15. Listen for abnormal noises
  16. Check electrical connections and wires for exposed wiring
  17. Check temperature at vents – measure supply/return temperature differential
  18. Check float switch operation
  19. Provide written estimate for any recommended repairs with description of benefits
  20. Check condition of air filters, change if necessary (replacement filters must be available onsite)***

Please make sure to check out the high-quality custom filters that QFAC provides that are delivered right to your doorstep!