Air Conditioner: Refrigerant Charge and Airflow

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Air conditioning can account for up to 1/2 of your home's summertime energy costs. To keep your system operating at its peak performance, you should have a yearly maintenance check up, including a refrigerant charge and airflow check. A proper refrigerant charge can lower operating costs, speed cool down time, and help your system last longer. You should always use a licensed HVAC contractor to perform your system's check up or for service. Download this fact sheet for more information on the importance of maintaning your home's cooling system.

  • Cooling coils
  • Refrigerant charge
  • Airflow tune up

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