Preventive Maintenance Plans
Comprehensive Service for Your Heating & Air in Fort Smith
Don’t let the outside world dictate the comfort level in your own home! Air Care is a trusted provider of the finest HVAC maintenance plans in Sebastian County and the surrounding areas. Enrolling in a service plan will give you maximum savings, comfort, and peace of mind.
Energy-Saving Service Agreement
Like any complex machinery, your comfort system requires regular maintenance to run at peak efficiency and ensure years of reliable operation.
Our maintenance plans include system tune-ups twice a year, a 10% discount on parts and labor, automatic plan renewal for your convenience, priority response for emergency services, and preferred scheduling on all other repairs and services.
Our Fall Maintenance covers:
- Heat exchanger or elements
- Blower assembly
- Lubrication of all moving parts
- Testing of safety features
- Carbon monoxide testing
- Heat pump coils
- Final system check
Meanwhile, our Spring Maintenance covers:
- Drain line and pan
- Condenser coil and cabinet
- Electrical connections
- Compressor operation
- Refrigerant pressures
- Final system testing
Tips for Maintaining Your System
The life of your heating and air conditioning system depends on the service and the care you give it. Proper care assures good performance. Lack of care can damage the unit and even invalidate your warranty—causing you a needless expense.
The operation and care of your air conditioning or heating system are simple and easy. In fact, it's less of a chore than maintaining your vehicle! There are a few things you should do, and a few you should NOT do to result in better, longer-lasting, and more reliable heating and air conditioning equipment.
Things You SHOULD Do
- Use filters and check them every three to four weeks to make sure they are clean.
- Keep windows and doors closed (and pull drapes or shades on windows exposed to the sun). The less heat and moisture there is to overcome, the lower your operating costs become.
- Turn on kitchen exhaust fans when cooking (one burner on high requires one ton of cooling to offset it.) Vent your clothes drier outside—up to 3 gallons of water come out of a single load.
- Do your "heat and moisture" work in the morning or evening as much as possible. Then your system can offset the effects of washing, drying, mopping, etc. before the afternoon heat arrives.
- Turn on the bathroom exhaust fan (or open window slightly) during showers. Use plastic shower curtains instead of moisture-holding fabric curtains.
- Keep your attic ventilators open. Attic space can become an oven unless there is good ventilation.
- Become familiar with the operating and maintenance requirements of your system.
Things You SHOULDN'T Do
- Don't be a "thermostat jiggler." Set it at the desired temperature and forget it. Frequent changing upsets humidity control and may increase operating costs.
- Don't set your thermostat too low. Most people find 76 to 78 degrees to be ideal. The greater the difference between outdoor and indoor temperatures, the greater the operating cost.
- Don't turn off the system just because you'll be away for the day. Heat and moisture build up in the house. It takes quite a while to restore comfort, but it costs relatively little to maintain it.
- Don't be concerned if your unit operates after sundown—heat stored in the roof and walls is still there. Also, on exceptionally hot days, expect your unit to work more.
- Don't open windows after dark. The night air may seem cool, but it is also moisture-laden. This increases the work your system must do the next day.
- Don't block registers with furniture. Don't let shrubs, vines, or fences block the air intake and discharge on the condenser unit outside.
- Don't put a lamp, TV, or radio too near your thermostat.
Sign Up for Our Maintenance Plan Today
Save time, money, and effort by signing up for our HVAC Maintenance Plan. This is a worthwhile investment, especially if you don’t want the hassle of experiencing heating or cooling emergencies. We will catch potential problems before they worsen and make sure your system is at peak performance all year long.
Talk to one of our knowledgeable Fort Smith HVAC technicians if you have any questions or want to sign up today! Call us at (479) 777-2331.
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They always give fair pricing to me and this keeps me loyal- Andy G.
Very courteous and polite the minute he walked in the door and took care of the job quickly.- Colleen W.
I was so pleased with the job done- Tiffany B.
They are an excellent company- Addy H.
Zero complaints!- Troy J.