Air Conditioning Tune Up

In the dog days of summer, your A/C system works overtime.

Now is the best time to make sure your equipment is ready.

Your air conditioner should be checked annually to:

  • Keep your A/C running at peak efficiency
  • Prevent costly breakdowns
  • Extend the life of your equipment
  • Maintain the manufacturer’s warranty

Our A/C tune-ups examine more than 20 components of your system to make sure your air conditioning is in good shape to keep you and your family cool and comfortable all summer long. Call today (508-668-8200) to schedule your appointment!


Your air conditioning system works hard all summer long. All mechanical devices need to be periodically tuned-up, inspected, and maintained in order to reach peak performance and prevent unnecessary breakdowns. In fact, most air conditioning manufacturers recommend performing maintenance on their equipment at least once a year. Some companies even require it to maintain valid warranties on their products.

Our A/C technicians are highly trained individuals who specialize in a variety of cooling systems. These are professionals with many years of experience performing precision tune-ups on air conditioning systems, as well as identifying possible trouble areas that may need to be addressed at a later date. Whatever your tune-up needs are, you can count on Sinclaire Home Services to perform high-quality, honest inspections so you can keep your A/C running all summer long.


Our tune-up procedures for A/C equipment are as follows:
• Replace disposable 1″ air filter, if applicable
• Wash permanent filter, if applicable
• Drain and clean humidifier pan
• Inspect blower motor
• Inspect blower wheel and clean, if needed (mini-splits may incur additional costs)
• Clean and inspect blower compartment
• Inspect indoor coil
• Inspect TXV valve
• Clean condensate pump
• Check control board and electrical connections
• Inspect contactor, capacitors, and relays
• Remove debris from outside unit
• Wash outdoor coil
• Check disconnect
• Check fan blade
• Check compressor connections
• Check refrigerant charge (adding refrigerant is not included)
• Check operation of whole system
• Check temperature differentials
• Inspect outdoor coil for damage