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Spring Air Conditioning Tune-Up Checklist

An annual preventative maintenance routine is essential for maintaining comfort, efficiency, safety, and the longevity of a home's HVAC system.


Having your system checked annually will help with: 

  1. Optimize Performance: Regular maintenance helps the HVAC system operate at peak performance, ensuring efficient heating and cooling throughout the year. This efficiency translates into lower energy bills and reduced wear and tear on system components.

  2. Extend Lifespan: Proper maintenance helps extend the lifespan of the HVAC system by preventing premature wear and breakdowns. This can save homeowners significant costs associated with early replacements.

  3. Improve Air Quality: Cleaning and replacing filters as part of routine maintenance helps maintain good indoor air quality by removing dust, allergens, and other contaminants from the air.

  4. Safety: Regular maintenance includes checks for any potential safety hazards such as gas leaks, electrical issues, or carbon monoxide leaks, ensuring the safety of occupants.

  5. Prevent Major Repairs: By identifying and addressing small issues early on, routine maintenance prevents minor problems from escalating into major, costly repairs down the line.

  6. Warranty Compliance: Many HVAC manufacturers require proof of regular maintenance to maintain warranty coverage. Annual maintenance ensures compliance with these requirements, protecting homeowners in case of system failures.

Residential HVAC service technician Performs spring tune up on air conditioning

Typically performed in less than one hour, an Owens certified residential air conditioning technician will:

  1. Clean Components: Remove any dirt and debris discovered in or around the unit.

  2. Refrigerant Check: Ensure proper levels of refrigerant for efficient cooling.

  3. Inspect & Change Filter: Owen's service tech will thoroughly inspect the HVAC system filter for signs of unusual debris or discoloration. If necessary, a new filter will be installed.

  4. Inspect Electrical Connections: Check and tighten any loose electrical connections to prevent malfunctions.

  5. Lubricate Parts (if applicable): Ensure smooth operation of moving components.

  6. Check HVAC Operation and Airflow: Test for proper functioning and airflow throughout the home.

  7. Condenser Coil Water Drainage Double-check: Ensure proper drainage to prevent water damage.

  8. Thermostat Evaluation: Verify accuracy and calibration for precise temperature control.

  9. Ductwork Inspection: Look for leaks or damage affecting airflow and efficiency.


Owens' technicians are highly trained to diagnose and perform service on your current system. Unlike other HVAC companies, Owens' technicians are NOT paid through 100% commission. Rest assured, if a significant concern is found with your HVAC system, Owens will measure the costs to fix the problem or provide a fair estimate to replace it.


To take advantage of a limited-time spring tune-up discount schedule your annual tune-up go to our Contact Us page.

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