Housetech Plus Serving Tampa Bay:
AC Technician executing the best preventive maintenance Service among Tampa Bay’s Air Conditioning Companies Routine AC Maintenance:
Ensuring the longevity of your air conditioning system requires routine maintenance. Small problems can become difficult situations with your AC if issues aren’t addressed immediately. Regular HVAC preventive maintenance is the best way to ensure trouble-free operation and peak system performance.
Pre-season maintenance is very important. It can help to avoid a system failure in severe hot or cold weather when you need it most, and it can also keep your energy bill from getting out of control, That is why HouseTechPlus offers routine maintenance contracts in Tampa Bay to suit your busy lifestyle! We will solve any air conditioning problem you may have & keep air conditioner parts available to make sure your home or business cool.
We are committed to all of our customer’s needs and have the ability to service all different types of properties. From single-family homes to large corporate offices and warehouses we Offer AC Preventative Maintenance Contracts When you sign up for our preventive maintenance contract, the following services are included:
Free service calls!
AC preventive maintenance Services
20% off any repairs.
Guaranteed 24-hour service.
Drain line power flush.
Check refrigerant pressures.
Up to 1 lbs. of refrigerant.
One condenser coil clean per year.
Calibration and check-up of thermostat.
Electrical heater testing (or gas if applicable).
Evaporator coil inspection.
Wash/replace air filter (if applicable).
Add drain line tablets.
Inspect compressor supply voltage and amperage.
Read motor(s) supply voltage and amperage(s).
Check control board wirings and terminals.
Read HI/LO pressure controls.
Proper sealing of supply/return plenums.
Obvious refrigerant and oil leaks.
Inspect all electrical relays.
Verify outdoor unit is properly tied down.
Verify filter is accessible at all times.
PVC “T” cap installation.
Repair or seal off any copper line insulation (if applicable).
Neglected evaporator coil