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Serving Collin County And Nearby Communities


Spring Check-Up

In Texas, very few people forget about their air conditioning systems. It is hard to make it through even a few hours in summertime without cool, conditioned air. The maintenance of this precious equipment cannot be overstated. Just like an oil change on the vehicles we drive every day, a/c units need to be serviced and maintained. Even something as simple as hosing off your outside unit (part of our tune up) can make the difference between your equipment running or not.

Your equipment can seem like it is working properly, but can be costing you more to operate than it should be. Our in depth checkup and service will be able to find and correct deficiencies before they become costly repairs. Our attention to detail and knowledgeable technicians will make sure your system is running at peak performance levels, keeping more of your money in your pocket.

Spring Maintenance

Inside Check Includes:

  • Proper system operations
  • Filters
  • Airflow
  • Blower motors and wheels
  • Electrical wiring and connections
  • Electrical controls
  • Amp draws
  • Refrigerant piping and insulation
  • Evaporator coil for cleanliness (if accessible)
  • Proper condensate drainage
  • Drain pans
  • Fan belt and pulleys/sheave (if applicable)
  • Lubricate motor and shaft (if applicable)
  • Visual leak inspections
  • Temperature drop
  • Thermostat
  • Clean electronic air cleaners (if applicable)
  • Flush drain line
  • Change filter if provided

*will provide and change standard 1" filters (pleated) for additional $10 each and Standard media filters $52 each

Outside Check Includes:

  • Refrigerant levels
  • Refrigerant piping and insulation
  • Condenser fan motors and blades
  • Compressors
  • Amp draws
  • Electrical wiring and connections
  • Contactors
  • Capacitor(s)
  • Airflow
  • Visual leak inspections
  • Will wash condenser coils as needed (in most cases, will get a yearly wash down)

Fall Check-Up


A Brand New Bryant Condenser