Homeplace is here for all of your residential air conditioning service needs!
Homeplace brings a lifetime of experience and perfection of our craft to the air conditioning service sector, and we are dedicated to providing you with the highest quality energy efficient air conditioning systems available. It is our commitment to excellence that sets us apart from the competition.
Whether you need to repair or replace your air conditioning system, you can count on Homeplace to be there when you need us. We will charge you a fair and honest price and stand behind our work.
At Homeplace, we deliver peace of mind by focusing on making your home as comfortable as possible for you and your family in everything we do.
If you have any questions, feel free to give us a call. Homeplace will be happy to help you improve the comfort level of your home environment.
Air Conditioning FAQ’s
How often should I service my air conditioning unit?
You should have it professionally serviced annually to ensure it is running in top form. This will also aid in eliminating the potential of major breakdowns that can be quite expensive.
What does SEER mean?
SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating. 13 SEER, the most common rating, means that the system is 40% more efficient than a similar system was eight years ago. The higher the SEER rating the better the overall rating, and the lower your energy cost is.
How long will my air conditioner last?
Older units, made prior to 1980, typically last 10 to 15 years. Newer air conditioning units can last 15 to 20 years with proper maintenance.
My air conditioner is not blowing very cold air any longer. Why?
Without a proper diagnosis from one of our trained professionals, we can only guess. It could be low refrigerant, or it may have a plugged evaporator coil. Quite possibly both.
A Homeplace professional can quickly diagnose and remedy the problem so you can return to the comfort of your home.
Should I change filters when running my air conditioner?
Yes! This is vitally important to maintaining an efficient running system. A good pleated filter for $3 or less can be purchased at your local hardware store. Replace it every 30 days of continued use.
Air Conditioner tune up Points of Service
- Oil motors
- Check fan belt
- Check fan blades
- Check refrigerant level
- Check amperage draw
- Check temperature draw
- Check temperature drop
- Check electrical connections
- Inspect condensate drain system
- Check thermostat
- Clean air conditioner
- Remove debris from unit
- Inspect furnace filter
- Inspect furnace blower
- Oil blower if necessary