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Air Conditioning Maintenance 


Maintaining your air conditioner is crucial for several reasons, primarily to ensure its efficiency and longevity. Firstly, regular maintenance helps in maximizing the performance of your unit. Over time, dust, debris, and other particles can accumulate within the system, hindering its ability to cool effectively. By cleaning or replacing filters, checking and cleaning the coils, and ensuring proper airflow, you can optimize the efficiency of your air conditioner, which not only keeps your indoor environment comfortable but also saves energy and reduces utility bills.


Proper maintenance extends the lifespan of your air conditioner. Just like any other mechanical system, neglecting maintenance can lead to wear and tear, ultimately resulting in costly repairs or even premature replacement. Routine inspections allow technicians to identify and address minor issues before they escalate into major problems, thus prolonging the life of your AC unit.


Regular maintenance contributes to better indoor air quality. A neglected air conditioner can become a breeding ground for mold, bacteria, and allergens, which can circulate throughout your home or office, causing respiratory problems and allergies. By keeping your AC system clean and well-maintained, you can ensure that it effectively filters out contaminants, providing you with cleaner and healthier air to breathe. Overall, investing time and resources into maintaining your air conditioner not only enhances its performance and longevity but also promotes a healthier and more comfortable indoor environment.


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Before you call your Lennox Dealer

System not functioning properly?

The following checklist is provided to help you isolate the problem, prior to calling your Lennox dealer for service:

  1. Check to see that electrical disconnect switches are ON.
  2. Make sure the thermostat temperature selector is properly set.
  3. Make sure the thermostat system switch is in the ON position.
  4. Replace any blown fuses or reset “tripped” circuit breakers.
  5. Make sure unit access panels are in place.
  6. Clean or replace air filter.

If repairs are required, contact us.