Air Conditioning Inspection and Repair

Our live call center is staffed 24/7 to schedule service whenever you need it. When you call WeatherMakers, a professional will arrive at your home in a fully stocked truck for quick and efficient inspection and repairs to your air conditioning system.

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Call 780-266-3678

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Not Sure You Need a Tune-up or Inspection?

Air conditioning manufacturers recommend that equipment be inspected and maintained by a qualified technician every year, preferably before the system starts up for the season. The purpose of an inspection is to ensure that all parts are working efficiently and that air flow is optimum. If any problems are spotted, they can be fixed before causing major breakdowns. This will improve your energy efficiency and save you money on your utility bills, effectively paying for the cost of the maintenance itself.

Most manufacturer warranties also hinge on regular maintenance, so if you want to make sure that your warranties remain in effect, schedule an appointment every year!

If you’re hearing noises or the system is constantly running, or the unit experienced a bump or extremely harsh weather, an inspection is recommended.

 

What Does an Inspection Include?

An inspection ensures your air conditioner is working safely and efficiently, and our technicians will go through a 28-point checklist that includes, among other things:

  • Check compressor
  • Check condenser fan
  • Check capacitor
  • Check start assist
  • Check disconnect
  • Check electrical
  • Check circuit board
  • Check blower
  • Check blower capacitor

 

What Does a Tune-up and Inspection Include?

A tune-up and inspection ensures your air conditioner is working safely and efficiently, and our technicians will go through a 55-point checklist that includes, among other things:

  • Check thermostat and batteries
  • Check duct work
  • Check compressor
  • Check condenser fan
  • Check condensate pump
  • Check capacitor
  • Check start assist
  • Check disconnect
  • Check electrical
  • Check circuit board
  • Check blower
  • Check blower capacitor
  • Check drainage
  • Check surrounding area

We highly recommend getting an a/c tune-up and safety inspection every year for optimum safety and efficiency.

 

Worried Your A/C IS Beyond Repair?

When your A/C unit breaks down, you’re left with two options: repair it or replace it. It’s a hard decision. Repairs cost less than replacement, but frequent repairs add up. Read about replacement options here for some tips to help you decide.