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A/C Maintenance

Make sure your air conditioner is in tip-top shape with year-round inspections, maintenance, and servicing from The AC Guy!

Texas weather is a formidable foe, and you need to make sure your system is prepared to keep you and your family comfortable all year long. Fortunately, our team is here to help you get your AC system into shape before summer hits. Remember, the difference between repairs and maintenance: repairs are what you need when you don't maintain your unit!

Trust The AC Guy to Keep Your Cool

For a free air conditioner inspection and Tune-Up, call our Greater Houston team of air conditioning experts today. Our technicians will carefully examine all of the essential components of your air conditioning system according to a 28 point checklist. Once the evaluation is complete, we will make recommendations and get your approval before doing any repairs or replacements.

Remember to Change Your Air Filter

The next time there's a heatwave, we want you to be fully confident that your AC unit is up to the task. This includes doing the "little things" like changing your air filter at least once every two months. Old filters can put stress on your system, which can lead to all kinds of issues. In fact, simply by replacing your filter when needed, you can extend the life of your HVAC unit by up to five years! While you're at it, we recommend you use Plumbers' Formula 6 to clear algae from your condensate drain and prevent it from coming back. Just once every four to six months should do the trick!

Remember to Change Your Air Filter

The next time there's a heatwave, we want you to be fully confident that your AC unit is up to the task. This includes doing the "little things" like changing your air filter at least once every two months. Old filters can put stress on your system, which can lead to all kinds of issues. In fact, simply by replacing your filter when needed, you can extend the life of your HVAC unit by up to five years! While you're at it, we recommend you use Plumbers' Formula 6 to clear algae from your condensate drain and prevent it from coming back. Just once every four to six months should do the trick!

AC Maintenance Matters

It takes a lot of different components to keep your air conditioner running smoothly. If one of these little parts fails, it could cause much bigger problems down the line. With frequent maintenance, you can ensure your AC system is running properly, save on your energy bills, and drastically reduce the need for major repairs.

In fact, did you know that the Department of Energy estimates just changing your AC air filter can reduce your home energy consumption by up to 15%? In the end, regular maintenance saves you money, saves you time, and ensures that you don't end up sweating through a week of no AC while you wait for costly repairs.

The AC Guy Keeps Your Unit in Peak Condition

What could be more frustrating than a broken AC unit on a hot Texas day? Fortunately, all you need to do to avoid costly, untimely repairs is sign up for one of our total maintenance packages. We provide a range of plans to ensure that your system remains in optimal running condition all year round.

Our certified technicians will inspect your AC unit according to our 28-point inspection and tune-up list. If we notice an issue, we can provide on-site maintenance before it causes a major failure in your system. Pay a little today to prevent catastrophic repairs tomorrow!

Air Conditioner Maintenance

Our technicians will:

Experience

Over 10 Years
Experience

Emergency Service

24 Hours
Emergency Service

Skilled Work

Quality &
Skilled Work

A/C Maintenance in The Woodlands, TX and surrounding areas.

Maintain Your Residential AC System With Our Yearly Maintenance AC Tune-Up Service

  • Inspect insulation for conditioning and levels
  • Inspect air filters to ensure air quality
  • Inspect outdoor condenser coil
  • Inspect the blower wheel
  • Inspect and test condensate drain line
  • Check for refrigerant leaks
  • Clean and check the thermostat
  • Clean the condensing coil
  • Inspect air ducts for leaks and sizing
  • Check the metering device
  • Check supply air temperature
  • Check temperature drops
  • Check return air temperature
  • Check wet tub temperature
  • Check and tighten loose connections, wire sizes, and disconnect box
  • Check operation service valves
  • Test amperage of the compressor
  • Test the start component and capacitor voltage
  • Check relays and contactors
  • Measure suction line temperature
  • Measure discharge pressure
  • Measure discharge temperature
  • Measure air that enters the outdoor coil
  • Measure subcool and superheat
  • Measure suction pressure
  • Check for the fan motor and compressor current
  • Evaluate efficiency and condition of unit
  • Check refrigerant charge