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During the hot summer months, the most important thing that you can have in your home is a quality air conditioner. While an air conditioner can last for a long period of time, it does require maintenance and repairs from time to time to make sure it continues to work well. There are several reasons why you should consider having an air conditioner service and inspection completed before the start of the hot summer months.

Ensure That It Is Functional

The first reason why you should have an annual service completed is that it will help to ensure that the unit is functional. While an air conditioner could work great at the end of a summer season, any number of different things could happen during the winter that could affect it. By having your unit serviced, you can rest assured that it will be working well when it is needed. This can also prevent the need to pay for emergency repair service.

Improved Efficiency

One of the main goals of an air conditioning service, and especially JR Perkins, is to improve your unit’s efficiency. When the technician comes to inspect and repair the air conditioner unit, they will spend time cleaning it out and making sure all the parts are working properly. This will help it work more efficiently, result in a better output, and lower utility bills on a monthly basis.

Avoid Significant Repairs

The third reason why you should have your air conditioner serviced is because it will help you to avoid more serious repairs in the future. An air conditioner can last for a very long period of time if it is taken care of properly. The annual inspections will allow you to fix minor issues before they turn into more serious problems. This can help you avoid more significant repairs and allow the unit to last for much longer.

JR Perkins is the first heating and air conditioning company in the East Valley, servicing Phoenix and specifically Scottsdale. To learn more, please visit our website at www.JRPerkins.com or call (480) 422-4437.

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