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Plano Air Conditioning and AC Repair Tips

Here are a few common things to check before scheduling your service call.

  1. Ensure that your air conditioner has a clean filter
  2. If your AC thermostat takes batteries ensure that it is not indicating low batteries
  3. Wash off the outdoor unit with a water hose if the surface of the coil is dirty
  4. If you were recently in the attic and now notice that the AC dosen't turn on, ensure that you turned off the light switch and not the AC system switch when exiting the attic.
  5. Air Conditioners can work at half capacity and still provide cooling. Ensure that you have annual inspections and safety checks!

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Plano Air Conditioning Tune-ups and AC Check

Regular AC checks, AC tune-ups, and air conditioner inspections are the best way to prevent expensive and catasrophic failures of your air conditioning / AC system.

When it comes to making sure your air conditioning system is working properly consider scheduling one of our A/C service inspections! Our air conditioning check is perfect for making sure your AC is working at it's best! Right now is the best time for Plano residents to save more on there pro-quality complete air conditioning tune-up!

Our company would like to extend to our Plano, TX residents a complete AC inspection at a discount. Our AC Check Up includes:

  1. Inspect AC High Voltage Disconnect
  2. Inspect Condenser Coil for Air Transfer
  3. Check Contactor for Wear
  4. Check Capacitor Limits
  5. Inspect Exposed Control Voltage Wire
  6. Check Air Conditioner Condenser Fan Motor Operation
  7. Check AC Compressor Operation
  8. Check Refrigerant Charge (Freon)
  9. Inspect Accessible Freon Lines
  10. Check Energy Usage of Air Conditioner
  11. Inspect Indoor Evaporator Coil
  12. Inspect for Mold and Indoor Pollutants
  13. Check Air Filters for Replacement
  14. Check Drain Lines for Flood Prevention
  15. Check Air Conditioner Cooling Operating Temperature
  16. Check Thermostat Operation
  17. Inspect AC Emergency Drain Pans
  18. Check Accessible Ductwork for Leakage

Club Membership for Air Conditioning Maintenance


Having your Heating and Air Conditioning system properly inspected and professionally cleaned by us reduces your energy costs, reduces hardware failure and improves indoor air quality. As a member you will enjoy a wide selection of additional services for a low monthly rate.

In Plano it is important that your heating and air conditioning system be inspected and cleaned prior to each heating and cooling season to ensure that the system is operating at peak performance. Proper system cleaning will reduce the load on your heating and air conditioning system by improving the air flow across the coils of your system. Improved air flow also reduces the amount of energy that your system uses, thereby saving you money.

Your heating and air conditioning system is one of the largest sources of indoor pollutants that affect your overall health. Air conditioner indoor coils are moist and cold when in operation and they collect dust. They are sources of mold and mildew. Keeping your system clean will improve your indoor air quality.

Plano AC Maintenance includes:

  • Complete Detailed Cooling System Inspections
  • Surface Debris Removal and Non-Acid Chemical Cleanings of Condenser(s)
  • Complete Detailed Heating System Inspections
  • High definition infrared inspection of the heat exchanger *
  • Furnace Cleanings (Exterior Debris, Flame Sensors, Burner and Combustion Sections)
  • Discounted pricing on all service and new sales
  • Extended warranty on repairs
  • High priority scheduling
  • Fewer repairs and longer life of equipment
  • Reduced energy bills
  • Cleaner home
  • Peace of mind

*Cracked or rusted heat exchangers become a dangerous source of carbon monoxide gas which can be very hazardous to your health.