Some companies that offer air conditioning maintenance checks include Sears Home Services, Home Depot and ARS Rescue Rooter. Customers interested in servicing the different components of a heating, ventilation and air conditioning system can use the contact information found at the official websites for these companies to arrange a service call with a licensed HVAC expert.
Home Depot offers HVAC installation, repair, maintenance and tune-up services. Air conditioning systems should be checked once a year by a technician. In a tune-up from a Home Depot HVAC technician, some things checked for in a cooling system include refrigerant level, any possible deterioration of components and the need for tightening or adjustment of the wiring contacts. Any repairs or maintenance of HVAC units have a 90-day guarantee as of 2015, notes HomeDepot.com.
Sears Home Services also provides maintenance on heating and cooling systems. A Sears technician can service different brands of HVAC systems including Carrier. Additionally, customers can book HVAC preventive maintenance checks online at SearsHomeServices.com.
At the ARS Rescue Rooter website, ARS.com, customers can find useful information and tips such as those about how to maintain an air conditioner in working order by cleaning or changing the filter and keeping the exterior condensing unit free of debris. This company also provides air conditioner tune-ups and has home service plans. A typical tune-up by a technician can involve the calibration of the thermostat and checking the condenser, evaporator coil and condensate drain. This company has locations across the United States and provides HVAC, plumbing, sewer and drain service for residential and commercial customers.