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Tune-Up

Join the tune up club.

Kinzer Air’s Tune Up Club will help you keep your COOL in the summer and stay HOT when its not.

Our customers don’t have to think about remembering to schedule their equipment tune ups because we call to schedule it for you.

No contracts, no strings attached, no gimmicks, just ask to be added to our TUNE UP list and you’re in. It’s really that simple.

Are tune ups worth it?

How often do you hear, “Annual maintenance save you money, extends the life of your equipment, maintains efficiency of your equipment ” blah, blah, blah. And you wonder, “Is it worth it? Do I really need one?”

The answer is YES!

Why? you ask.

  1. SafetyGas furnaces produce Carbon Monoxide (CO2) every time they start up.  The CO2 should remain in an enclosed chamber but from time to time there is a crack in the heat exchanger and that’s bad. CO2 can escape and poison the air you breathe. Also, electric HVAC systems can develop a short circuit, which is a serious fire hazard if ignored.
  2. Longer lasting life of the equipmentAnnual maintenance could be the difference between a system that lasts you 8 years and a system that lasts you 20 or more years.  (If it lasts you 20+ years give your equipment a high 5 and a hug, its done well.)
  1. Lower energy billsYou might think that you don’t have any problems with your system, but have you looked at your energy bills lately? If you have been ignoring your system it will lose its ability to keep your home comfortable at the same level of efficiency it once did. Just as a car tune-up delivers better gas mileage, your HVAC system consumes less fuel after receiving professional maintenance.
  1. Fewer repairs– Murphey’s law says, “Your equipment will break down on the hottest or coldest day of the year right when you need it the most because you have a house full of company.” Well, maybe.  Tune ups catch those little problems before they become expensive or disastrous problems.  Smell an odd odor coming from your furnace? Its making a horrible noise every time it kicks on?  It 115° outside and my air conditioner isn’t working. Those breakdowns are costly and and scheduling a tune up will greatly diminish a need for an emergency repair.

 

What do we do during a tune up?
Well, we look into the future. (Another Super Human Skill we have) During a turn up the technician does a general cleaning of the system, specifically looking at both the indoor and outdoor coils. If the coils are dirty, it can restrict air flow, which reduces equipment efficiency.  The technician may have to use coil cleaner to get the outdoor AC coil clean.

The technician looks for burnt wires, brittle wiring, or bad connections and replaces them right away.  Inspection of the overall unit looking for any wear and tear.  The goal is to find any potential problems with the system and repair them before they become big problems down the road.  “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”