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Air Conditioning Tune-Ups

De Motte, IN

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Maintaining and tuning up an air conditioning unit is important. Krooswyk Plumbing Heating and Air in De Mott, IN can help. We have years of maintaining and servicing units in your area. We even offer our Comfort Club program to help you with unwanted emergency services.



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The truth is, most A/C units aren't tuned up even once in their lifetime. People may think they are, but they're not. When was the last time you were told to replace the air filters regularly? Maybe you don't have them on your furnace or air conditioner. Most people don't! If you own an air conditioning unit, regardless of the size, you should perform regular maintenance.

A/C units don't last forever, but if they're tuned up regularly, they'll last much longer than if they are not tuned up. Cleaning your unit's coils and making sure that the unit is properly lubricated and running properly is important and will lengthen the life of your unit.



Tune ups are a required part of the HVAC (heating, ventilation, air conditioning) industry to keep your unit running efficiently. Here are our reasons why:

  • To keep it running properly.- The more often you get tune ups, the more efficient it's going to run. If your unit is not tuned up it will use more energy than a tuned up one. Sure, it might be cheaper up front to go with a unit that doesn't require a tune up, but you'll end up paying more in the long run for energy efficiency with that option.
  • To save money.- Tune ups are inexpensive. It really doesn't make any sense to let your unit go to waste. Just because it works doesn't mean it's working at it's full potential or operating efficiently. You can and should take care of your home investment by spending a little bit of money now to keep it running as long as possible.
  • To make it more efficient.- Most manufacturers have guidelines for how often tune-ups need to occur. These guidelines are put in place because they know that an HVAC unit requires preventative maintenance to operate efficiently. An HVAC system is made up of many parts that need to work together in order for your home or business to be comfortable. If things aren't run properly, the system will not work well and you might even have some very costly repairs coming your way.