How’s Your A/C Feeling?
It’s time for an A/C Tune Up.

Our A/C Tune-Up will ensure your system is operating at its peak level of performance. Regular maintenance will prolong the life of your cooling and heating system by several years. A Comfort Control licensed technician will inspect and maintain your system BEFORE there’s a problem.  Saving your comfort and your money.

Book an A/C Tune-Up today or learn more about ongoing “WORRY FREE” maintenance with one of our Comfort Plans.

Comfort Control Specialists


We go over your system with a fine tooth comb to ensure everything is functioning properly. If we find a problem we make sure that it’s fixed and that the repair is as strong and resilient as the rest of your system. Click our A/C to explore what’s covered or click the button below to get a full list of just how thorough the Comfort Control Specialists are.

Comfort Control Specialists


Blower Motor – measure amperage and voltage
Thermostat – test for proper operation, calibrate and level
Clean existing air filter (as needed)
Inspect air handler cabinet and insulation in cabinet
Inspect and sanitize indoor coil
Condensate Drain – flush and clean drain line and drain pan
Inspect Condenser Coil and clean dirt, leaves, and debris from inside well

Refrigerant – monitor operating pressures
Safety Devices – inspect for proper operation
Electrical Disconnect Box – inspect for proper operation
Electrical Wiring – inspect and tighten connections
Test/inspect contactors for burned, pitted contacts
Inspect electrical for exposed wiring
Inspect and test capacitors

Inspect fan blades
Inspect service valves for proper operation
Measure Supply/Return temperature differential
Inspect duct work for energy loss and adjust air flow
Compressor – monitor, measure amperage and volt draw and wiring connections
Check heating operation
Provide detailed report of findings and recommendations

Regular HVAC preventative maintenance is the best way to ensure trouble-free operation and peak performance. Pre-season maintenance is also important. It can help to avoid a system failure in severe hot or cold weather when you need it most, and it can also keep your energy bill from getting out of control.