Why Schedule An A/C Tune-Up In The Early Spring?
If you are waiting to schedule your air conditioner tune-up for the first warm day of the season, you may want to reconsider. While we are happy to help schedule your maintenance appointment when you call early in the summer season, we highly recommend being more proactive and booking your tune-up in March and April.
Read on to learn why we recommend any early-season maintenance visit for your air conditioner.
Proactively Prepare Your Home For Warm Weather
When you schedule your spring visit in March and April, you are prepared for the first warm day of the season. Ohio weather can be unpredictable at times, but Logan Services is prepared to help with your air conditioning preventative maintenance as we begin to transition through seasons. Our team is experienced to help with your home cooling system. We understand the importance of scheduling a tune-up early on so that you are prepared for when hot weather arrives. Get your tune-up scheduled today to start preparing your home for spring and summer!
Utilize New 'Cooling Jacket' Technology
So how can we tune-up my air conditioner when it's only 40 degrees outside? We've invested in a 'cooling jacket' which mimics the feel of a warm summer day. It's a fabric cover that is tied to the top of the outdoor unit and it holds in the heat underneath so if it is colder outside (down to 40 degrees), we can still do an effective tune-up on your air conditioner. Because this technology allows us to see how the air conditioner will react during warm weather, we are able to make the necessary maintenance and improvements to the system.
Take Advantage of Early-Bird Savings
This time of year, we provide incentives to those who have their maintenance done prior to the weather getting hot in our area. When you are an 'early-bird', you can take advantage of special pricing and promotions. Right now you can take advantage of a $30 off Maintenance Plan, which includes (2) seasonal tune-ups (one for the air conditioner in the spring and one for the furnace in the fall).