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What is a Tune-Up?

An HVAC tune-up is typically done at strategic times of the year. The AC tune-up is done in the spring and summer, while the furnace tune-up is done in the fall and winter.

It’s a thorough cleaning and testing of the air conditioning or heater to ensure that it’ll work when we need it to. We operate with the understanding that a clean system will run longer than a dirty system.

I like to develop relationships with my customers by taking care of their HVAC system every year. If we can perform those tune-ups for years and years, I know my customers will, at the very least, allow us to leave them a quote for a new system when that time comes someday.

On those tune-ups, our technicians will only bring up parts or repairs that will make your system return to factory standards, help it last longer, or make it safer for your family.

What's the benefit of a Tune-Up?

When the tune-up is complete, you should have peace of mind knowing that your system is in tip-top shape. Doing this every year will really pay off in the later years of your HVAC system life. Does it prevent parts from failing later in the year? Or even a month later? No, unfortunately, it won’t. Parts fail, which can be frustrating, especially after we have just been out there doing your tune-up.

Just keep in mind your car can do the same thing after you just took it in for an oil change.

Today’s parts last about five to ten years. Remember, the goal is to keep your HVAC system running for many years. Think about it in terms of the long run. A low-end repair now can prevent a colossal repair later. If you’re ever unsatisfied with the tune-up we provided for you, or even the part we used for any recommendations, we’ll make it right for you.