Service & Maintenance
To protect your investment and keep your heating, ventilation and air conditioning equipment in a good working condition, it is of utmost importance to maintain and service it on a regular basis. For this reason we offer a preventive maintenance system for your benefit at a very low cost.
As a company we offer a reliable and efficient service to all our customers. We can also help you repair your heating, ventilation and air conditioning system, and save you money.
We can help you choose the right system for you domestic or residential use. Also we can help you change your old system with a new one at a very good price.
Depending on your system, it should be serviced a minimum of once a year. Based on age, capacity, location and usage of your unit, we at JPC Air Conditioning can advise whether a once yearly service will be enough to keep your system running reliably and efficiently.
The best thing you can do to prolong the life of your air conditioning system is to have it regularly serviced by a professional. Additionally, the below are a few tips of how one can take best care of his system:
- Keep clear the air flow paths around your outdoor air conditioning unit.
- When arranging furniture layouts inside your home or business make sure that the air blower or grilles of your internal unit are not blogged by any furniture.
If you’re considering installing a new air conditioning unit, you’ve probably run across many rating acronyms on the sales literature. Below is a brief explanation of the important ratings:
- EER (Energy Efficiency Ratio) is a measurement of the cooling output of an air conditioner divided by its energy usage, calculated under specific test conditions that represent peak load. A higher number means a more energy efficient system.
- SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) measures the efficiency of cooling equipment, calculated based on a seasonal average instead of at specific laboratory conditions. A higher the SEER rating means the unit is more energy efficient.
Upgrade to a newer high efficiency air conditioning unit. Upgrading to high efficiency equipment can pay for itself in a surprisingly short period of time.
Have your system regularly cleaned and tuned up. Dirty systems with worn parts must work harder to produce the same results, and therefore use more energy in the process.
Have your rooms well insulated.