You may be wary about scheduling a routine maintenance appointment, but not only is it good for your air conditioning, it is also good for your wallet. Now you are probably wondering: How would spending money on a professional air conditioning check save me money? The truth is that the benefits are all long-term. Here are a few of Warner Service’s reasons to schedule a routine maintenance check today:


  • When a professional cleans your air ducts, it increases efficiency. When your unit is dirty, dusty and full of debris from last season, it does not perform to its potential. It is challenging for your unit to operate at a normal level of efficiency unless the component is spotless. Though you can change your filters on your own, a fine tune-up of your system during a routine maintenance appointment will allow everything to function optimally. Your technician should:


    • Check for the correct amount of refrigerant
    • Test for refrigerant leaks
    • Capture any refrigerant that must be evacuated from the system
    • Check for and seal duct leakage in central systems
    • Measure the evaporator coil’s airflow
    • Verify the correct electric control sequence to make sure that the heating system and cooling system cannot operate simultaneously
    • Inspect electric terminals and clean and tighten connections
    • Oil motors and check belts for tightness and wear
    • Check the thermostat’s accuracy


This will save you money on your electric and heating bills in the long run, and increasing efficiency also reduces your carbon footprint. To keep up with a go-green approach, you can also ask your consultant about a more eco-friendly, high efficiency system that can possibly cut your bills up to one-third.


  • During an air conditioning consultation, your trusted professional should tell you if your unit has slight kinks that can be fixed on the spot. It may be testing safety features, fixing frayed wires or changing the belt. They may even detect a bigger issue that will require another appointment or replacement, such as noise control or an old pump. (Most professionals would recommend replacing your unit after 7-10 years anyway.) Either way, finding these problems as soon as possible can save you money in repairs and replacements down the road.
  • When your system is stressed and worn out, it can prematurely age. This leads to poor quality and circulation, which means you would have to unnecessarily purchase a new unit. Routine maintenance checks keep your unit clean, up-to-date and optimally operating season after season. This will extend the life of your equipment – and your wallet.


Do not fret about scheduling a routine maintenance check. You have to spend only a little on preventative measures to save a lot in the long run. Everyone wants their unit to be energy efficient and fully functioning, so schedule your appointment with Warner Service today.