To keep your air conditioner operating at top performance, providing comfort for your family throughout all the seasons of the year, regular routine maintenance is recommended.
Just like your car, your home's air conditioning system needs periodic maintenance. Adhering to a regular air conditioning preventative maintenance schedule can help save you money by improving the operating efficiency of your air conditioner. This promotes longevity and prevents breakdowns. Regular inspections also help identify problems early and help you avoid sudden out-of-pocket expenses or out-of-warranty surprises.
Service America can make sure your air conditioning system can take the heat. Our 20-point air conditioning preventative maintenance checklist includes inspection and service of all system components, including the thermostat, furnace or air handler, heat exchanger, evaporator coil, condensing unit, refrigerant lines, ductwork and vents.
You'll breathe a lot easier knowing expert duct cleaning is only a phone call or click away with Service America.
Dirty air ducts circulate dirt, dust and microorganisms from your air conditioner throughout your home and into the air you breathe. Dirty air ducts and coils also strain your air conditioning unit, causing a decrease in its efficiency.
Clean A/C ducts make a real difference in your home. You will enjoy:
Service America uses a state-of-the-art HEPA vacuum system to thoroughly clean the ducts as well as the air handler for best results. We even remove and sanitize the blower assembly to ensure that the cleanest air will move through your newly cleaned duct system. We recommend cleaning your ductwork once every three to five years.
Say goodbye to dirt, dust and microorganisms that are getting in the way of your clean, cool air.
A UV light installed in the ductwork of your central air system helps reduce airborne odors, toxic chemical vapors, germs and mold in your home. The combination of germicidal UV light and activated carbon cells makes it uniquely effective at reducing volatile organic compounds in the air.