Mission AC Maintenance
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Affordable AC Maintenance in Mission, TX

Anyone who has experienced a summer in Mission, TX, without the benefit of air conditioning can tell you, an unexpected AC failure in the middle of summer is the last thing you want. Avoid uncomfortable conditions and repair costs by scheduling regular maintenance for your air conditioning system to keep it running efficiently throughout the year.

Call Atlas Electrical, Air Conditioning, Refrigeration & Plumbing Services and let their highly trained technicians give your system its yearly wellness check. They clear the system of any lawn debris and perform any repairs needed to help the unit run at its best no matter the season.

Maintain and Save on Repairs

The potential of any HVAC or AC unit depends on its age and how well it is maintained. A well-maintained unit will work better and last years longer than one neglected until repairs are needed. Between the lower power consumption and increased time between emergency repairs, maintaining your unit is often less costly overall than avoiding it until something goes wrong.

Maintenance checks can reveal tiny issues before they become big problems. Calling to schedule maintenance for your air conditioning in March can keep you from experiencing a failure in July.

Yet, things happen. Atlas Electrical, Air Conditioning, Refrigeration & Plumbing Services is here for you no matter the time of day or night in the event you need emergency repairs.

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When Should You Schedule Maintenance

How can you know whether you need to schedule maintenance now? While problems can sneak up on you, there are several signs you can watch for to tell when there might be trouble on the way.

Pay close attention to your air conditioning system and note any changes. The older the unit, the more often you can expect it to require maintenance.

  • Sudden Noises or Smells
    While some minor changes are expected in certain seasons like a short-lived smell of burning dust the first time you turn the heat on in autumn, a sudden noise or smell from your air conditioner can signal a problem.
  • Reduced Air Flow
    If your unit is on, but it feels as if nothing is coming from the vents, you may have a problem with the unit’s filters or ductwork. Filter replacement and ensuring your ducts are clear and well-sealed can increase efficiency for a more comfortable environment and lower energy costs.
  • Leaks
    Unexpected moisture on and around your unit’s pad can indicate it is leaking refrigerant. This reduces performance for both heating and cooling functions, and if left unchecked, it can lead to other issues over time.
  • Increased Energy Costs
    A struggling air conditioner is a power-hungry air conditioner. The amount of load your air conditioning unit places on your electrical connections is directly proportional to how hard the unit must work to pump heat into or out of your property. Regular maintenance keeps filters and ducts clear, reducing strain on the engine and thus lowering energy costs.
Let The Cool Patrol Take Care of Your Property

AC Maintenance Experts in Mission, TX

Your property’s air conditioning has a powerful impact on the health and happiness of those using it. Make sure you have the best team working to keep yours at its best. Schedule your consultation with Atlas Electrical, Air Conditioning, Refrigeration & Plumbing Services now.

Call (956) 758-3669 to be connected with one of our air conditioning experts in your area. 

Mission Cooling & Heating Services We Provide:

  • AC Repair & Service
  • AC Maintenance
  • Air Conditioner Installation & Replacement
  • Air Conditioner Maintenance & Tune-up
  • Air Conditioner System Replacement & Installation
  • Furnace Repair & Service
  • Furnace Maintenance
  • Furnace Installation & Replacement
  • Furnace Maintenance & Tune-up
  • Furnace System Replacement & Installation

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