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How to Avoid High AC Repair Costs?


Have you ever had a situation in life where you think, “things are going smoothly?” At these times, life is going well. Your to-do list is caught up, your bills are paid, and maybe you will be able to save a little for a rainy day. As a home or business owner, you know that disaster can be right around the corner just when things seem to be going well. Having your air conditioner or central air unit break down is a perfect example of these issues. Not only will your family or customers experience uncomfortable temperatures, replacing an AC unit can be pretty costly. Unfortunately, every air conditioner has a lifespan. Fortunately, we are here to help you learn how to extend that lifespan.    

The Benefits of an AC Maintenance Plan. 

It is pretty safe to say that your cooling system is not the only piece of equipment in your house that needs attention and care. Regular maintenance is necessary for your vehicle, kitchen appliances, and even the appearance of your yard. In the same way, the wear and tear of a neglected air conditioner will eventually have consequences. At Utah HVAC, we recommend having a semi-annual safety inspection and maintenance plan in place. This means you are having a certified cooling specialist come to your home or business twice a year. Ideally, this will happen during the spring (before the busy season) and during the fall (when you are done using your indoor AC.)  

What can you expect from an inspection? 

In general, professional maintenance and tune-ups are the best way to get the most out of your cooling unit. Remember the old saying, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” 

The overall benefits to your AC or central air unit include: 

  1. Having your unit run as efficiently as possible. 
  2. Extending the operational lifespan of your air conditioner, sometimes by years on end. 
  3. You are ensuring that your cooling system is safe for everyone in your home or business. Even a “small” problem, such as leaking coolant, can be dangerous. For example, hundreds of family dogs are poisoned each year by drinking or licking AC coolant. 
  4. Avoid larger, costly issues. By testing and repairing small issues, you will avoid your condenser being damaged beyond repair.  

Trust Utah HVAC to get the job done. 

Our cooling experts have been serving residential, commercial, and industrial customers for years. We quickly dispatch in and around Salt Lake City on a daily basis. If you are looking for an HVAC company to get the job done the right way, call Utah HVAC today at (801) 930-0629 to schedule an inspection or tune-up.