Keep Your AC Efficient and Reliable With A Tune-Up
Save Up To 12% Off Your Energy Bill with an air conditioner tune-up. Your air conditioner will not only be more reliable, but the efficiency could save you significant money on your monthly energy bill.
We promise To Optimize Your Existing Air Conditioner and help you get the most out of it. We don’t cut any corners; we have extensive checklists and tests to make sure that you are set up beautifully for the season ahead.
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What Is Included in an Air Conditioner Tune-up?
Our air conditioner technicians are highly trained and qualified to ensure you get the best performance from your home cooling system.
We will complete a full check of your air conditioner during your tune-up:
- Complete Multi-Point Inspection
- Coolant Level Checks
- Compressor Fan Check and Calibration
- Part Lubrication
Plus, we will measure your air conditioner’s output to have a record to compare against for our next visit.
Being A Member Pays Off!
- Annual WOW! Tune-Up
- Front of the Line Priority Service (Within 48 Hours)
- Diagnostic Fees Are 50% off For All Members
- 10% Off Future Repairs
- Annual Supply of Standard Furnace Filters
MELANIE J – Calgary
Everything went very smoothly; from the booking straight through to the furnace and AC tune up! I was able to book a time that worked with my schedule. A text message reminder was sent the day prior to the appointment, and a staff member called me the morning of, letting me know the technician was on the way. Everyone was very friendly and professional. Nelson, the technician, made sure that I understood the Service Report and was comfortable with the information. I will certainly be recommending Action Furnace to family and friends!! Loving the AC in this heat wave. Thank you, Action Furnace. Great service, professional, and a great guy. Thanks Dan!
Air Conditioning Tune-Ups FAQs
You can always contact our team with questions about cooling maintenance, service, or repairs. Here are some questions our customers often ask!
Do I Need to Replace AC Air Filters?
Yes, HVAC air filters must be replaced periodically to maintain peak performance. This should be done every 3 months. Dirty air filters slow airflow and reduce your air conditioner’s efficiency. And poor efficiency leads to higher energy bills!
If your air conditioning is not performing properly, checking for a dirty air filter is a good place to start. Our cooling experts supply you with a full year’s worth of air filters and an Annual WOW! Tune-Up when you become a Comfort Club Member.
What Does an AC Tune-Up Do?
Just like your vehicle, your air conditioner and home cooling system need routine maintenance and care to work efficiently. During an AC tune-up, a technician inspects and tests your AC equipment for health and performance.
Tune-ups and cooling maintenance are also great ways to prevent major repairs or damage from occurring. Our specialists get a chance to evaluate your AC and make recommendations for preventative measures that will save money down the road.
Is My AC Refrigerant Low?
Refrigerant is the fluid inside your AC condenser that cools air passing through the system. When this fluid is too low, it can lead to an air conditioner that isn’t cooling! Look for these signs to spot low refrigerant
- Hissing or bubbling sounds from your AC unit.
- Ice is forming on refrigerant lines.
- Air is blowing, but it’s not cold.
Air conditioner tune-ups give our HVAC techs a chance to check refrigerant levels. You don’t want to be caught without working AC on the hottest days! So help your cooling system with an annual tune-up.
When Is the Best Time for AC Maintenance?
Just as you would get an oil change and tune-up for your car before a big road trip, it’s best to get an AC Tune-Up before the heat waves start. When a technician inspects your air conditioning system, they ensure everything is working properly and ready for summer.
A service professional can suggest any repairs or upgrades to avoid AC emergencies when the heat is sweltering. So think about scheduling your AC Tune-Up in the spring or early summer.
What is an air conditioner tune-up?
An air conditioner tune-up is a routine maintenance service that helps ensure your system is running efficiently and effectively. Our tune-ups include an inspection, cleaning for key components, and any necessary adjustments or small repairs.
How often should I have my air conditioner tuned up?
We recommend having your air conditioner tuned up at least once a year, typically in the spring before the cooling season begins.
Why is it important to have your air conditioner tuned up?
Having your air conditioner tuned up is important because it helps to ensure that the system is running efficiently, improving your comfort and saving you up to 12% on your utility bills. Tune-ups can also help prolong the life of the system and prevent costly breakdowns.
How much does an air conditioner tune-up cost?
Our air conditioner tune-ups start at just $149 in Calgary, Edmonton, and Red Deer. Action Furnace Comfort Club Members get our annual WOW! tune-up included in the price of membership.
Can I do an air conditioner tune-up myself?
We do not recommend trying to tune-up your air conditioner by yourself, as the components in your AC are sensitive and can easily be damaged. Attempting to tune-up an air conditioner on your own can also damage your ductwork and void your warranty, so it’s best to contact Action Furnace and let our professional technicians handle the work properly.
How long does an air conditioner tune-up take?
Our air conditioner tune-ups typically take around an hour to complete. If we encounter any problems that require more time to address, we’ll let you know right away so that you understand what will be involved and can prepare accordingly.
How can I prepare for an air conditioner tune-up?
To prepare for an air conditioner tune-up, please clear any debris from around your outdoor unit by at least two feet. You may also remove and replace your system’s air filters, or clean them if your AC has reusable ones.