Air Conditioning Maintenance in Inland Empire, CA and Surrounding Areas
Know you’re getting the full lifespan from your AC
Your air conditioner is an investment that should last years if it’s properly taken care of with professional maintenance. Know you’re getting your full value by getting professional Air Conditioning Maintenance in Inland Empire, CA areas from Daniels Heating & Air Conditioning. You’ve already invested in equipment and a professional installation, so make sure your AC pays off long-term with a maintenance plan.
How maintenance keeps your AC going year after year
You should get your equipment serviced each year to experience the full comfort from your air conditioner. Maintenance service is what keeps your air conditioner running smoothly. You wouldn’t drive a car for years without an oil change and expect the engine to perform, right? This same principle of maintenance applies to your air conditioner. Each year dirt, pollen, mold, and dust build up inside past the air filter.
Improved Air Quality
We clean out your AC so this gunk doesn’t cause problems in the machinery. We also inspect it for safety and performance. The work we do allows it to perform like the day you got it again. You get improved air quality and lower energy bills as a result. You also save money and hassle by avoiding unexpected breakdowns and costly repairs.
Avoid Expensive AC Breakdowns
Our technicians catch small issues early on so you don’t get stuck with just another thing to add to your busy life. Let us make sure your air conditioner stands the test of time. If it’s been more than a year since your last maintenance service, let us get your performance up to speed again.
Call a Trusted Contractor
Our technicians use a complete checklist to make sure every part of your AC is inspected, cleaned, and maintained. We service the electrical connections, drainage pipes, and all moving parts inside your AC. We check and refill refrigerant levels and make sure there are no hazardous leaks. We inspect air filters and help you make sure you’re changing them often enough to keep dust from getting inside the mechanical parts.