AC Tune-Up Services

Tune Up Your Air Conditioning System For Peak Performance

Your air conditioner holds the key to your comfort as the summer months heat up. Before the temperature starts to rise, we recommend scheduling an AC tune-up. Not only will it increase your comfort, but it will also ensure you remain compliant with any warranty requirements established by the manufacturer.

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What We Include In An AC Tune-Up

AC tune-ups are designed to ensure your system operates at maximum efficiency and reliability. Our AC tune-up services include the following and more:

  • Flushing condensate drain
  • Calibrating your thermostat
  • Inspecting the system for refrigerant leaks
  • Examining and tightening of all electrical components
  • Inspecting the blower belt and fan motor for signs of damage
  • Inspecting for rust, bulges, and other damages
  • Inspecting and changing the oil filter
  • Checking return and supply air vents for damage and blockages

Benefits Of Annual AC Tune-Ups

Your air conditioner is a machine, and the better you take care of it, the better it will perform. Annual tune-ups of your air conditioner system will deliver numerous benefits including:

  • Improved energy efficiency
  • Lower electric bills
  • Enhanced comfort
  • Extended life span of your air conditioner
  • Decreased repair costs
  • Improved indoor air quality
  • Warranty compliance
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Sign Up For Maintenance

Enjoy peace of mind, lower utility bills, priority service, and more when you sign up for a maintenance agreement. Our Energy Saving Agreement provides you with complete precision tune-up and professional cleaning semiannually, reducing the need for costly repairs and extending the life of your heating and cooling equipment.  We service all major brands including:

  • American Standard
  • Carrier
  • Goodman
  • Lennox
  • Maytag
  • Mitsubishi Electric
  • Rheem
  • Trane

Save money and enjoy indoor comfort year-round with our Energy Savings Agreement! Call Sky HVAC to sign up today!

Frequently Asked Questions

How often do I need to get my AC tuned?

Air conditioning systems should be tuned once a year, usually in the spring so they are ready for the summer heat.

Does spraying water on an outdoor AC unit help?

Spraying water on your air conditioner has been shown to help it run more efficiently by removing the accumulated dust, dirt, and debris from the path of the airflow that is necessary to keep it from overheating. Spray off the condenser coils a couple of times a year to keep them in optimal shape.

What is included in AC maintenance?

Annual AC maintenance ensures your system operates at maximum efficiency and reliability and includes:

  • Flushing condensate drain
  • Calibrating your thermostat
  • Inspecting the system for refrigerant leaks
  • Examination and tightening of all electrical components
  • Inspecting the blower belt and fan motor for signs of damage
  • Inspecting for rust, bulges, and other damages
  • Inspecting and changing the oil filter
  • Checking return and supply air vents for damage and blockages

How often should I have an AC tune-up?

You should plan to have an AC tune-up at least once a year, usually in the spring before summer use.

What happens if my AC isn’t serviced?

Not servicing your AC allows dust to accumulate on the filters. This dust requires your unit to work much harder to cool your home, which raises your energy bill. AC servicing also includes lubricating the parts to keep energy efficiency at its prime. AC maintenance and tune-ups allow for wear-and-tear checks and replacements to keep your unit functioning for years to come. Not doing all these things could lead to an expensive AC breakdown and higher energy bills.

Is an AC tune-up worth it?

Yes. Taking care of your AC unit investment keeps your energy bills down, gives you the reliability you can trust in the summer heat, and extends the life span of your unit.

Why Choose Us?

The team at Sky HVAC is always eager to serve our residential and commercial clients. When you hire our team, you can depend on the following:

  • Honest, affordable, and transparent pricing
  • 24/7 emergency service
  • 100% customer satisfaction guarantee
  • Highly-trained and carefully selected HVAC service technicians
  • Superior quality workmanship and unparalleled customer service

At Sky HVAC, we take great pride in delivering best-in-class service to all of our clients. We believe that courteous professionalism isn't just a catchphrase; it's a commitment we live by every day of the year. When you hire our team, you can depend on us to show up on time with all the parts, training, and expertise required to tune up, repair, or replace your air conditioning system. Contact Sky HVAC for more information about our company and the services we proudly offer clients! 

The Sky Club Maintenance Program

The Sky HVAC preventative maintenance program includes a 21-point inspection twice a year - once in the spring and once in the fall. We make sure your HVAC system is running at peak performance by checking amp draws, refrigerant levels, etc., which will save you on energy cost. We inspect critical components (motors, capacitors, condenser coils, and compressor) thus ensuring system reliability.

We will also conduct a full inspection of your duct system to make sure there are no air leaks that can be responsible for reduced airflow. An HVAC tune-up will ensure that your air conditioning system will be running as efficiently as possible and give your peace of mind!

Sky HVAC is a licensed HVAC contractor, rated A+ by the Better Business Bureau, a Duke Energy Trade Partner, a Gas Advantage Partner of Piedmont Natural Gas, and has been accredited as a Great Place To Work.

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By Logan Eppley 03 Jun, 2022
As the summer heats up, you’ll naturally be using your air conditioner more and more. This is an effective way to beat the heat, but extensive use of your AC unit can cause wear and tear, or reveal existing problems. We at Sky HVAC want to help you and your family stay comfortable this summer, and to help you do that, our team has put together a list of signs to watch for in order to tell if you need air conditioner repair. Blows Warm Air - One clear sign that something is up with your air conditioner is warm air coming from your vents. If you put your hand by a vent and feel warm air, you probably need air conditioner repair. Makes Loud Noises - Another sign you should be wary of is loud or unusual noises coming from your AC unit. All air conditioners will make some noise as they run, but if you hear grinding, screeching, or scraping sounds from your unit, you should call our team at Sky HVAC to find out if you need air conditioner repair. Smells Bad - Your air conditioner is not supposed to stink. If you notice a bad smell coming from your unit when you turn it on, it’s likely that you need air conditioner repair. A musty smell usually indicates mold somewhere in your system, while a burned smell is likely the result of wire insulation burning out. If you notice any of these signs in your home or find something else unusual happening in your air conditioner, call our team at Sky HVAC. We’ll identify the problem and get your AC running smoothly as soon as possible.
By Logan Eppley 03 Jun, 2022
Here at Sky HVAC, we specialize in all things air conditioning, and we want to help you stay cool this summer. Our team believes that the best way to help you take care of your air conditioning unit is to help you understand how it works. Knowing the principles behind your air conditioning unit will help you spot potential problems early and take care of them before they can become serious—or expensive. From our experts at Sky HVAC, here is a brief overview of how air conditioning works. Despite its association with cooling, the principle behind air conditioning is the transfer of heat. The typical air conditioning unit consists of an evaporator, a compressor, a condenser coil, and a fan. The evaporator is located inside the home, and contains a refrigerant that absorbs the heat energy from your home; as this happens, the refrigerant evaporates, hence the name. From there, the heat absorbed in the evaporator is transferred to the condenser coil, located in the exterior half of your air conditioning system. Also located outside with the condenser are the compressor and the fan. The compressor keeps refrigerant circulating throughout your system so that heat can be continually absorbed. Similarly, the fan keeps hot air moving out of your home. We hope that this article has been helpful to you. If you are experiencing problems with your air conditioning, or have further questions on how your unit operates, feel free to call our team at Sky HVAC.
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