Air Conditioning Maintenance

for Marble Falls, Kingsland, Granite Shoals, Burnet, Horseshoe Bay, and Cottonwood Shores Since 1978

The Ultimate Savings Agreement is our preventative maintenance program. Preventative air conditioning maintenance is recommended by the manufacturer to be performed approximately every 6 months. Just like a vehicle needs an oil change to continue operating at peak efficiency and avoid breakdowns, your air conditioning system needs maintenance to do the same. Increase life expectancy of the air conditioning system, avoid unexpected air conditioning repairs, and keep your a/c system running like new!
Cost Of A/C Maintenance
Air Conditioning & Heating Yearly  Maintenance Program Only $189.95 per System!

The benefits of scheduled preventative air conditioning maintenance are many. Not only will you avoid unexpected air conditioning repairs, but you will increase the life expectancy of your air conditioning system while keeping your a/c running at peak efficiency. You also receive some great benefits from us such as:

  • A 15% discount on all service repairs
  • Preferred Service – you receive priority if you request air conditioning service
  • Improved home indoor air quality as a result of scheduled maintenance
  • No Overtime Fees for Ultimate Savings Customers
A/C Tune Up
  • Examine and tighten all electrical connections
  • Clean outdoor condenser
  • Remove interior debris
  • Monitor and record refrigerant pressures
  • Adjust refrigerant charge if required
  • Test defrost controls if applicable
  • Monitor and record all voltage and amperage
  • Check disconnect and whip for safety
  • Replace any missing cabinet screws
  • Replace any tubing insulation if needed
Heater Tune-Up
  • Examine and tighten all electrical connections
  • Confirm proper operations
  • Clean and level thermostat
  • Replace standard filter
  • Clean indoor blower assembly
  • Dust off registers where accessible
  • Test and record voltage and amperage of indoor motor
  • Test and record voltage and amperage of heat strips
  • Test and inspect indoor controls for proper operation
  • Purge and sanitize condensate line or pump
  • Inspect ductwork
  • Test and record temperature rise