Mesa A/C Maintenance & Tune-Up Service

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Serving Mesa for over 20 years

Financing options available

Senior and veteran discounts

NO weekend, holiday, or overtime charges

ACE’s 21-Point A/C Tune-Up Service Includes:

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1. Inspect Thermostat

If your air conditioner stops working for any reason, the first thing to check is your thermostat. We ensure that your thermostat works how it was intended so that you don’t have any mid-summer surprises.

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2. Inspect Plenum

A quick inspection of your air conditioning plenum and its surrounding components to make sure nothing is damages or worn can help prevent a costly repair at a later date.

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3. Inspect Air Ducts

A quick inspection of your home’s air ducting can ensure you and your family aren’t breathing in anything toxic, such as black mold, insect remains, or dust.

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4. Inspect Ducts for Leaks

The last thing you want to do is air condition your attic – not only is it expensive, but it’s also straining on your HVAC unit. We’ll make sure you don’t have any leaks in your duct system.

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5. Inspect Condensation Pan

A check of the air conditioner’s condensation pan will tell if there is a water leak or potential for a leak. We’ll make sure it’s in good working order.

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6. Inspect Condensation Drain

Your air conditioning unit’s condensation drain releases any water in the pan. If this drain is clogged, it could be a recipe for water damage or worse.

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7. Inspect Blower Motor

The A/C’s blower motor is a vital component of the entire system. If this part breaks, slows down, or wears out we’ll know and be able to swap it out before we leave.

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8. Inspect Run Capacitor

You won’t be able to stay cool this summer if your run capacitor doesn’t work how it’s supposed to. We’ll check it for damage and loose connections to make sure it fires electrical components properly.

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9. Inspect Blower Wheel

If your blower wheel doesn’t move freely or if it rubs and sticks, it may be time for a replacement part. We can repair this on the spot for most major A/C units.

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10. Check Air Flow

If your home’s air flow is low, there may be rooms or spots in your home that won’t cool down. We’ll check this for you and if there’s an issue we’ll explain your options.

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11. Inspect HVAC Safety

Though rare, there is the potential for an injury or even fire hazard from your HVAC. We check all components, looking for loose wiring or parts, to make sure you and your family are safe.

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12. Inspect Wiring & Connections

If a wire pops loose, this could mean a repair technician will be called out to fix it – costing you money. So we make sure connections are secure and wires are fastened tightly.

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13. Check Operation

We fire up your air conditioner and check all components to ensure they are running without issue and in the order they are intended to.

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14. Inspect Compressor Contactor

Your compressor contactor is responsible for switching the outside unit on and off. Without it functioning correctly, the entire system will fail.

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15. Inspect Relay Switches

Relay switches send power to different components sequentially. We make sure that components switch on and off in the order they’re supposed to.

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16. Inspect Capacitors

A quick inspection of the air conditioner capacitors can help prevent a breakdown during the months we use A/C the most in the Mesa area.

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17. Inspect Starting Components

Starting components are vital for your air conditioning to work right; so we check each of them to make sure they’re doing what they’re intended to.

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18. Inspect Refrigerant Pressure

Without the proper levels of refrigerant in your air conditioner, your unit will not perform at its best – costing you money and cutting the unit’s lifespan down. We can inspect new and older unit’s refrigerant.

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19. Inspect Condenser Motor

If your condenser motor doesn’t operate at a specific speed and voltage it could mean there’s a larger problem at hand. So we don’t leave without making sure the condenser works.

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20. Inspect Tube & Panel Insulation

Tube and paneling helps with insulation and noise reduction. We make sure there aren’t any gaps in the panels so that your unit runs as efficiently as possible.

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21. Inspect Operating Efficiency

A check of the overall operating efficiency of your cooling system will ensure you are not using more power than needed to run the unit.

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How Regular Maintenance Prevents Costly A/C Repairs

The Mesa climate can take a major toll on your HVAC system! As a homeowner, minor monthly maintenance can keep your system running more efficiently, reduce the need for costly repairs and extend the life of your HVAC system.

Simple steps can take just a few minutes a month and pay big dividends. Here are some tips:

  1. An air conditioner that runs under the constant stresses of the Mesa climate should have the filters changed every four to five weeks. Dirty filters can impact your unit’s efficiency, causing it to work harder and prematurely wearing our critical components.
  2. Check your thermostat’s settings. If you’re away from your home during the day, turn your unit off to conserve energy. Consider adding a new internet-enabled or programmable thermostat. You can keep your unit off during the heat of day and turn it on an hour before you return home so your house will be cool and comfortable when you get there!
  3. Inspect your outdoor equipment. Debris like leaves, grass, dust and even your pets can damage your HVAC’s outdoor components. If the unit is blocked by foliage or debris it can significantly impact or even prevent air circulation, causing a drop in efficiency.

Along with your monthly efforts, you should schedule professional tune-ups for your system in the late spring and fall to keep your HVAC system running perfectly through the heat of summer and those cold winter nights.

ACE’s Air Conditioning Maintenance in Mesa

We offer our customers complete service packages, including bi-annual scheduled inspections and tune-ups, that can proactively address any potential issues before they become critical problems requiring expensive repairs.

We take pride in our work and our highly trained team of professional technicians genuinely care about the health of your HVAC system. Our services are superior and we address every element of your home’s HVAC system, guaranteeing a proper diagnostic.

At ACE Home Services we understand the importance of regular maintenance on the overall condition, efficiency and operation of your home’s HVAC system. Taking a proactive approach can save you a lot of money in costly repairs over the life of your system. Regular tune-ups by our factory-trained technicians can keep your investment running all year long.

We’ve been providing residential and commercial heating, cooling and plumbing services to residents in Mesa and the surrounding communities for more than 20 years. Our customers trust us to provide all of their HVAC needs, including design and installation of new systems, maintenance and repair.

The best way to keep your air conditioner working at top efficiency in the record-breaking heat of the Mesa, Arizona, summer and the cold winter nights is to have your unit regularly serviced. Regular AC tune-ups can help to ensure that your system is working in top form when you need it, and they can reduce costly future repairs.

At ACE Home Services we work hard to keep you comfortable all year long!

Related A/C Maintaining & Servicing Information

Maintenance Tips for Your A/C

  • Posted by Mike
  • On April 24, 2017
  • a/c tune-up, AC, ACE Home Services, air conditioning, DIY, Tune-Up
Performing regular maintenance service on your A/C is imperative to the health and lifespan of your HVAC system. Scheduling seasonal tune-ups helps ensure the performance of your unit, lower your energy costs, prevent costly breakdowns, extend the unit’s lifespan, and ultimately save you energy and money. We highly suggest you hire a certified and experienced […]
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Mesa Residents Choose ACE A/C Maintenance

Ask about our financial options. Our only requirements for eligibility are you must own your house and you must have a job. We can help you find the perfect financing option for a new system to meet your needs. If we can repair your air conditioner we will do so before recommending a full HVAC system replacement.

We offer senior and veteran discounts, and we never charge weekend, holiday or overtime charges! Make sure to ask us about our sales and specials when you call.

Call (602) 943-2000 to contact the trained professionals of ACE Home Services today so we can help provide your Mesa home with the energy-efficient, comforting cooling of a properly tuned central air conditioner. When you call, be sure to ask about specials on parts, labor, services, and new equipment.

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