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Category: Our Maintenance Plan pg. 2

Category: Our Maintenance Plan pg. 2

Archive for the ‘Our Maintenance Plan’ Category

Three Symptoms that My System Might Have a Leak

Saturday, May 10th, 2014

How can you tell if your HVAC system is leaking?
And what are the options for fixing each?

There are three kinds of leaks in an HVAC system, and none of them are good.

Water

If you ever see water around your home’s indoor a/c unit, it’s a sign that something is either dripping, leaking, or not draining. Three main reasons an a/c system leaks are if there’s a crack or hole in the overflow drain pan, the air filter is clogged with dirt, or the condensate line is plugged up.

The water may also be caused by a cracked condensate pan, trap, or drain, a damaged condensate pump, dry-rotted, cracked or kinked furnace tubing or condensate parts, or the drain line has moved and is no longer pitched downward.

Refrigerant (such as Freon)

Refrigeration systems are sealed and don’t use up refrigerant. So if you had a refrigerant leak, recharged the system with additional refrigerant, but fixed nothing, you still have a leak. A system running low or near empty on refrigerant is quite harmful to your compressor and could damage the entire system.

There are many signs your system could be experiencing a refrigerant leak, including if your house takes longer than normal to cool off or the supply ducts/registers are blowing hot air even when your a/c is running and your thermostat is set to “cool.” We discuss in more detail the problems and solutions that leaking refrigerant can cause in our blog, “Should I Have to Add Refrigerant to My System Every Year?

Air

If your system is leaking air, however, most air leaks can be traced to the equipment or ductwork, which can easily be found and repaired. Since ducts are often damaged when people come in contact with them, especially during home repairs, major or minor leaks can occur. Any major damage may require replacement of sections of the ductwork, but minor damage might be able to be sealed using sealant or metal tape. Leaky ducts can waste hundreds of dollars each year and should be repaired or replaced as soon as possible.

Bottom line, your HVAC unit should not be leaking water, refrigerant, or air. Just call John’s so we can test your system to see where any problems are. We’ll give you options so your unit or its parts can be repaired or replaced and you can get back to enjoying the comfort of your own home again.

Consider joining our Peak Performance Club and get two inspections every year to identify anything that could shorten the life of your system, including checks for leaks.

Taxes and A/C Maintenance

Friday, April 4th, 2014

A lot of people dread this time of year. Not because of the weather – since here in the Valley of the Sun we usually enjoy fabulous, warm days while still enjoying cool nights – but because it’s tax season. In fact, many people delay filing their taxes because they don’t like the work involved or the low return on investment.

 

 

You may procrastinate on taking care of your taxes, but it doesn’t pay to put off your A/C maintenance.

The return on investment from keeping up on the maintenance of your HVAC unit is one that will keep you and your family cool throughout the scorching summers and warm during our chilly winters for many years to come. And the only work involved is picking up the phone to call one of John’s Certified Comfort Specialists. We do all the work. We review your entire system and make sure everything is running smoothly, because an efficient A/C unit saves you money.

If you are a member of our Peak Performance Club, you’ll save even more! There’s no reason to dread this time of year if your HVAC unit is in tip-top shape. It’s already starting to warm up and you’ll be using your air conditioning every day soon enough, so why not start saving money now?

At John’s Refrigeration Heating and Cooling, we pride ourselves on being your year-round indoor comfort providers. To have your a/c and heating system checked so that you can continue to enjoy the Arizona weather in comfort, Just Call John’s.

How a Maintenance Program is Like Healthcare for Your HVAC

Friday, February 7th, 2014

Did you know the HVAC system helps your home to breathe? It’s true. Your home breathes just like we do; inhaling and exhaling. Sometimes the system is at less than optimal performance, making regular maintenance even more important to schedule, and here’s why:

 

  1. Catches issues before they become big problems. You catch a cold and start resting so it doesn’t get worse. This is the same reason you schedule maintenance for your HVAC unit. Small adjustments can save you time, money, and the discomfort of having a home that isn’t the right temperature for you and your family.
  2. Keeps an optimal level of health. Changing filters, checking smoke detectors and CO monitors, and system checks help keep the HVAC system running efficiently. Our Peak Performance Club Membershipincludes two annual 51-point inspections. The inspection identifies anything that can shorten the life of the system, cause high utility bills, or result in harm to your family.
  3. Saves money. In addition to the system running efficiently, it will save you money over the long run. Our trained technicians can make adjustments to the system before it breaks down, especially during extreme temperatures.

Now is the time of year to schedule maintenance for your HVAC system. Think of it like an annual physical to maintain the comfort of your home. You’ll thank us when the A/C kicks on and cools your home during our desert summers.

Contact John’s Refrigeration to schedule a maintenance appointment today!

Healthcare for your A/C has never been cheaper!

Tuesday, January 14th, 2014

When the temperature inside your home isn’t what you want it to be, you should be able to adjust the thermostat and feel more comfortable within minutes. The last thing you want to happen is to adjust that thermostat and have nothing happen (a “sick” a/c). No one wants to be too hot or too cold, especially here in Mesa.

 

At John’s, we understand the need to keep your a/c and heating system healthy and in top working order at all times. That is why we created our Peak Performance Club. With an annual maintenance membership, you get peace of mind in the health of your a/c and heating system. Here is what it includes:

Two (2) 51-Point Inspections (up to $259 value) –to identify anything that could shorten the life of the system, cause an excessively high utility bill or compromise your family’s safety.

Clean Indoor and Outdoor Coils ($190 value)* – to maintain proper airflow and prevent harm to compressor valves. To provide maximum cooling to compressor to extend its life and clear debris to allow for proper drainage to prevent rust.

Clear Condensate ($125 value) – To prevent costly water damage and the potential for mold formation.

These services provide a great starting point for keeping your system healthy and in excellent working order. But there are even more benefits to joining the Peak Performance Club! These benefits include:

Priority Service: You receive service first and ahead of non–club members.

Extended Equipment Life: Prolong the amount of time your heating and cooling equipment can continue to operate at peak levels.

Improved Efficiency, Safety and Savings: With periodic operational checks and performance tests, your HVAC system can perform safely and efficiently without demanding more energy. This means you save more money because your heating and cooling equipment is able to work with the greatest efficiency.

Fewer Breakdowns: Because regular maintenance often catches problems in the earliest stages, there is less need to worry if your heat will go out in the winter or if your air conditioning will stay on in the summer.

Discounts and Extended Warranty on Repairs: In the event your equipment requires repair, you receive special savings on our normal pricing. Plus, the best repair warranty in the industry: three years for Peak Performance Club Members (standard for non–club members is two years)

No Service Fees with Repairs–On–Demand Service: In the event your system requires a repair that you move forward with, the service fee is on us.

Easy Scheduling: You don’t need to remember to call us. We will contact you by e–mail, postcard, or phone letting you know when it’s time to schedule your next inspection.

Proof and Documentation: If you sell your home in the future, you will have proven documentation that your heating and cooling system has received proper maintenance and is in good working condition. Plus, your membership is 100% transferable.

When you join the Peak Performance Club you get all this for just $17 a month or $199.95 for the year. And you get the peace of mind that your HVAC system is being well cared for. You will have confidence that every time you adjust the thermostat, things will work the way they are supposed to. For more information on joining the Peak Performance Club, just call John’s at 480-648-2400.

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