Air Conditioning Maintenance


Air Conditioning Maintenance

Stay comfortable and rest assured that your air conditioner remains trouble-free year after year by keeping your system clean and up to date with our preventative maintenance plan.

Allow Coastal Cooling to keep your air conditioner operating at its highest capacity and efficiency. Our qualified technicians fully inspect the operational functionality of your system to prolong its life and save you money on your heating and cooling needs.

We service Lee, Collier, & Charlotte counties including Fort Myers and Sanibel Island.

What type of maintenance?

Replace system filter

We provide standard filters at no additional charge. Upgraded filtration can be provided by the homeowner to the technician or one may be purchased.

Clean evaporator coil

Evaporator coil will be sprayed and sanitized thoroughly to remove dirt, dust, and any buildup.           

Clean condenser coil

Condenser coil will be sprayed and sanitized thoroughly to remove dirt, dust, and any buildup.

Check refrigerant pressures

An EPA Certified technician will inspect refrigerant charge and add the manufacturer specified refrigerant if needed at market rate.

Check motor amp draw

Check for burned or discolored electrical components.

Check all starting components

Confirm your systems starting components are within factory specifications by obtaining proper electrical readings. 

Check Airflow

Verify static pressure and CFM are correct.

Check heating elements

Verify all heating elements are working properly.

Check thermostat calibration

Thermostat will be inspected to verify temperature/humidity displayed is accurate and setup for homeowner to access via mobile application. 

Clean condensate drain system

Condensate drain will be vacuumed and flushed to remove any buildup.

Advise of equipment condition

After successful maintenance has been conducted the homeowner will receive a full evaluation report. At this time our technician will provide any recommendations regarding your homes’ HVAC system as well as address any red flags he or she may have noticed. 

Check electrical connections

Inspect HVAC electrical components for damaged or exposed connections that may post an electrical hazard.

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