Inspection and cleaning of air conditioning systems and components, once per year.

Did You Know…

Regular air conditioner maintenance can reduce the risk of costly breakdowns by as much as 95%. Preventive maintenance also helps ensure that your AC system runs at peak efficiency, helping you save up to 30% on your energy bill, according to the U.S. Department of Energy.

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The tasks we perform and why they are important for your home:

  • Inspect air ducts and HVAC hoses

    Inspecting air ducts and hoses for dust or debris helps detect potential clogs in the system.

  • Clean and treat drain pans and lines

    Routine cleaning keeps drain lines free of mold, algae, and debris that may clog the system and cause excess water to leak into your home.

  • Clean AC evaporator coils and cooling coils

    Keeping the air conditioner coils clean ensures the heat can exchange efficiently, keeping energy bills low by preventing system overheating.

  • Clean AC condensation drain

    Cleaning the condensation drain ensures algae and mold are not growing inside the drain line, which can cause increased humidity, unpleasant odors, and indoor water damage.

  • Clean AC condenser unit

    Cleaning the condenser unit prevents dust and debris from collecting, blocking heat from being expelled.

Common Questions

On average, a typical AC service or tune-up costs around $300 per visit. homekeep™ AC tune-ups are included with all other services in our maintenance bundles that start at just $399 per year.

An AC tune-up includes a thorough inspection of parts and operation, as well as a condenser cleaning, all of which homekeep™ provides.

An AC system should be serviced at least once per year for somewhere like the Midwest, or semi-annually for climates where systems are run year-round. Other factors that can change maintenance schedules include pollen, grass, dirt, flowers, leaves, etc. which may interfere with the operation.

An AC tune-up is a necessary home maintenance task that ensures your unit continues to operate properly and provides a cool, comfortable, and safe home environment.