Air Conditioning Maintenance
Maintenance Service for Your Air Conditioning System by Houston’s Best and Most Recognized HVAC Service Providers Since 1994
Including FREE Estimates!*
*Please note that free in-home estimates are available only to residential homeowners on weekdays during regular business hours.
There are some AC maintenance procedures we always recommend the homeowner do if they are able. The most important is to replace your air filter at least every other month.
Old air filters strain your system and are often what causes other malfunctions. You can add at least 5 years to your system’s life by replacing your air filter when it needs to be replaced.
John Moore also sells Plumbers’ Formula 6, a drain cleaning fluid that should be used every 4 to 6 months to clean your condensate drain and prevent algae from growing inside.
John Moore’s 28 Point AC Inspection and Tune-up is Only $69
We also offer a 28-point inspection and tune-up that we recommend every year or so just to keep your system in optimal running conditions and address any issues before they affect other components:
We Inspect All Filters, including any Media or Whole-Home Air Filters.
We Inspect the Blower Wheel.
We Inspect and Test the Condensate Drain Line.
We Inspect the Outdoor (Condenser) Coil if Accessible.
We Visually Check for Refrigerant Leaks.
We Check and Clean Thermostat and Test Operation.
We Check Metering Device if Accessible.
We Check Return Air Temperature.
We Check Supply Air Temperature.
We Check Wet Tub Temperature (if applicable).
We Check Temperature drop(s).
We Check Disconnect Box, Wire Sizes, and Tighten Connections.
We Check Operation of Service Valves.
We Test and Measure Capacitor Voltage and Start Component.
We Test the Amperage of Your Compressor.
We Check Contactor and Relays.
We Check Compressor and and Fan Motor Current.
We Measure the Suction Line Temperature.
We Measure Suction Pressure.
We Measure Superheat/Subcool.
We Measure the Air Entering the Outdoor Coil.
We Measure Discharge Temperature.
We Measure Discharge Pressure.
We Check Refrigerant Charge.
We Inspect and Rinse the Condenser Coil.
We Evaluate the Condition and the Overall Efficiency of Equipment.
We Visually Inspect Insulation for Proper Levels and Conditioning.
We Visually Inspect Air Ducts for Correct Sizing and Leakage.