Air Conditioning & Heating

Is your air conditioner making funny noises? Not cooling or heating your residence? When is the last time that you had a Preventative Maintenance on your A/C unit?

At Brite, we specialize in Trane systems but service and sell all brands.

  • Full System Replacements
  • Routine Preventative Maintenance
  • Repairs
  • Warranty Work

Why should you have a Preventative Maintenance?
Would you drive your car for 10,000 miles and never change the oil or rotate the tires? Your air conditioning unit is a mechanical device that needs to be serviced in order to run at its full potential. Are your power bills high? When is the last time you changed your filter or poured bleach down your air conditioner’s drain lines? Your air conditioner cleans and cools the air that you breathe every day. The economic and health benefits are just a few reasons to have your air conditioner serviced. Brite and industry standards recommend routine maintenance every 6-12 months.

What is included in a Preventative Maintenance?
Performing a preventative maintenance on your unit should not be a 15 minute service call. At Brite a Preventative Maintenance is thorough and should last anywhere from 1.5 to 2 hours per system. This service includes the following:

Summer:

  • Monitor refrigerant pressures
  • Brush and air clean evaporator coil in place if accessible
  • Clean or replace air filters
  • Clean condensate drains
  • Test and verify all electrical controls
  • Verify and tighten electrical connections
  • Clean condenser coil
  • Lubricate all moving parts
  • Meg/ Ohm compressor
  • Test starting capabilities
  • Measure and record voltage/amps
  • Measure for correct air flow
  • Measure temperature differences
  • Verify and adjust thermostat calibration
  • Vacuum all return air grills in place
  • Apply protective coating to outside unit

Winter:

  • Inspect and clean heat strip elements
  • Test safety controls
  • Brush and air clean evaporator coil in place if accessible
  • Clean or replace air filters
  • Clean condensate drains
  • Test and verify all electrical controls
  • Verify and tighten electrical connections
  • Test starting capabilities
  • Measure and record voltage/ amps
  • Measure temperature differences
  • Verify and adjust thermostat calibration

Ask us about our Energy Savers Agreement (ESA) for an annual service plan for your home or office. Our ESA customers find that they have lower utility bills, extended equipment life, fewer repairs and discounts on any repairs that you may need.

Call us today at (407) 884-0844 to set up a service call or use our convenient online form: