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How do you know if your AC needs to be replaced?

Updated: Jul 29, 2021

If you see any of the following warning signs, you may need to service the air conditioner:

When you feel warm air blowing from the vents of your house, check the thermostat.

Typical Signs:

  • Insufficient airflow

  • Cycle frequently

  • High humidity

  • Leaking

  • stench

  • Unusual noise

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How much does AC repair usually cost?

The U.S. national average is just that, a national average. People that live in Arizona or Florida need AC maintenance often, whereas people who live in Seattle, generaly do not need an AC system, as most people living in areas like that mainly need heat. Most air Maintenance of AC equipment costs vary, depending on the project. Did you know that you can save money with a maintenance plan? See here: Maintenance Plans

Certain HVAC services charge a flat rate dep[ending on the area, usually covering the first hour of work. Did you know that you can get up to $900 dollars off?? We have partnered with Tucson Electric Power and are offering great deals! Call and speak to us to learn more!

Make sure to have a service plan Here

First, let’s differentiate between a regular maintenance service and a contract. A maintenance service is a one-time call in for tune-ups and cleaning for HVAC systems. They spruce your HVAC system up, improving performance, maximizing energy-efficiency and lowering costs, and ensuring you get a long, healthy lifespan out of your heating and cooling system. A service contract is also all of these things. It’s just more long-term. Service contracts are plans and contracts for routine service. They can be pursued yearly, or you can go for a longer contract as you choose. But that’s not all a maintenance agreement is. With maintenance agreements you get all of the service of a maintenance visit, plus you also get discounts, priority service, routine services, and even cuts on labor costs.

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