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Advice from the Expert: Does my Air Conditioning Unit Really Need Fall Maintenance in Arizona?

Do your teeth really need a dental checkup every six months?

Should you really change the batteries in your smoke detectors twice a year?

Does your AC unit really need Fall maintenance in Arizona?

If we’re being honest, most everyone knows the answer to all of these questions is “Yes!”

Here’s why just having a Spring maintenance check for your AC isn’t enough. This is a picture of an AC unit that experienced this Summer’s monsoon storms (just like yours!). It’s being cleaned using a manufacturer-recommended chemical foam that releases the dirt from the coils.

All that brown stuff is built-up dirt from Summer storms!

When your AC is dirty, it has to work harder, which shortens its life while increasing your energy bills.

The good news is that after this type of chemical treatment the coils are returned to like-new condition. Plus, when combined with a Fall maintenance check, your entire system is examined and prepared to switch to heat on our first chilly, Winter night.

Fall Maintenance helps prevent costly, future ac repairs from dirt and system strain, and prepares it for heating on our first chilly night.

Still need more information? According to the Indoor Air Quality Association, regular AC service & maintenance can reduce the risk of costly breakdowns by as much as 95%.

Preventive maintenance also helps ensure that your AC system runs at peak efficiency. This can mean savings of up to 30% on your energy bill, according to the U.S. Department of Energy.

I hope this clarifies some facts about why Fall maintenance is important. Check out our website’s “Did You Know?” section for more articles and videos about caring for your AC in Arizona.

To self-schedule your Fall maintenance appointment click HERE, or call/text us at 480-718-7209.

Stay cool,

John T. Lamont, Owner

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