JOIN OUR AC MAINTENANCE PROGRAM
Members Receive Scheduled Tune-Ups & Other Perks
Convenient: We Call You To Schedule!
Value: Tune-Ups Can Help You Save
Trusted: Our Work Comes With Ironclad Guarantees
SAVE WITH OUR SHIELD OF PROTECTION
Homeowners already have so much to think about on a month-to-month basis. It’s not surprising that regular HVAC maintenance can get buried on the to-do list.
However, at the same time, maintenance matters. All this is why we offer membership in our Shield of Protection Maintenance Program to homeowners here in South Louisiana.
Members of our AC maintenance program receive a regularly scheduled seasonal tune-up—we call you!—and other perks, including discounts on parts and labor for repairs and priority service.
To learn more about the Shield of Protection program, or to find out how you can join, contact us today!
We Repair ALL Makes & Models
JOINING AN AC MAINTENANCE CLUB JUST MAKE SENSE
HERE’S WHY MAINTENANCE MATTERS:
Having an experienced, friendly technician (like those here at Trahan’s!) look at your air conditioner, heat pump, or furnace on an annual basis is a great idea. It’s made even better when you’re a member of our AC maintenance club. Here’s why:
- ENERGY-EFFICIENCY: A seasonal tune-up for your HVAC unit helps it operate more efficiently, saving you and your family money on your energy bills. With regular tune-ups from Trahan’s, you’ll maximize your efficiency and savings.
- REDUCED REPAIR RISK: An unmaintained air conditioner or heating system is one that’s just asking to break down. In contrast, by letting our techs inspect your system in the spring / fall, we can catch potential issues before they lead to needing AC repair or heat repair.
- EXTEND SYSTEM LIFE: A consistent maintenance history can help your system last longer, providing effective, efficient cooling or heating for many years to come. In many cases, it also helps keep the manufacturer’s warranty intact.
SHIELD OF PROTECTION BENEFITS:
HERE’S WHAT OUR MAINTENANCE INCLUDES:
- Install gauges and check operating pressures.
- Check voltage and amperage to all motors with meter.
- Check air temperature drop across evaporator.
- Check for adequate refrigerant charge and possible leaks.
- Check evaporator superheat.
- Lubricate all moving parts.
- Check belt and adjust tension.
- Check filters.
- Check pressure switch cut-out setting.
- Check electrical lockout circuits.
- Check starting contractor contacts.
- Check all wiring and connections.
- Clean and adjust thermostat.
- Check air temperature across condenser.
- Check that condensate drain is open.