It is very important to treat your air conditioning unit the same way you should treat your car or your own body. In the same way you have normal doctor visits and oil changes, you need to have regularly scheduled maintenance for your air conditioner. During these maintenance checks, which should be done twice a year, our technicians can search for potential problems that might lead to more costly damage or increase the rate of your utility bill. Our staff is familiar with every working part of your air conditioner and knows when something is not working properly. These maintenance visits will also provide you with valuable peace of mind knowing that your air conditioner will work throughout the hottest days of the summer.

If you are interested in receiving this essential maintenance on your air conditioning unit, we can arrange a scheduled maintenance contract with you. A great benefit of signing up for scheduled maintenance is that you will receive prioritized emergency service in the rare case that your unit does experience difficulties. Don’t let unexpected AC problems catch you off guard. Call us today and schedule your maintenance program now.

For your information, the following sections contain the various parts of air conditioning and heating units that our technicians can analyze, repair, and replace.

Outdoor Air Conditioning Unit

  • Flex collars
  • Time delay relays
  • Capacitors
  • L.P. Switch
  • H.P. Switch
  • Filter
  • Thermostat
  • Contact points
  • Electrical connections
  • Circuit board
  • Schrader valve cores
  • Evaporator coil
  • Compressor amp draw
  • Condenser fan motor amps
  • Fan blade
  • Supply air temperature
  • Motor oil type or other.
  • Q.D. Box.
  • Condenser coil
  • Refrigerant
Furnace Heating Unit
  • Pressure switch
  • Electrical connections
  • Circuit board
  • Safety switches
  • Blower motor amps
  • Blower wheel
  • Fan relay
  • Flue system
  • Gas flex line
  • Furnace brackets
  • Filter
  • Gas valve
  • Burners
  • Heat exchanger
  • Ignition control
  • Combustion motor
  • Control box
Heat Pumps
  • Same air conditioning
  • Reversing valve
  • Defrost relay

System Cleaning

Save Money. Save Energy. Keep Your House Dust Free.

A simple way to make sure your air conditioning unit keeps running efficiently is to perform a simple cleaning to remove all the dust and other particles that have become stuck in different parts of the machine. Living in the climate of southern Nevada, there is plenty of dust being blown around and it is likely that your air conditioning unit could benefit from a cleaning right now.

If you are going to attempt to perform the cleaning on your own, there are a few useful tips you should remember. First, always make sure the unit is unplugged before you begin disassembling it. Make sure you are delicate with the machine and every working part during the project. This job may not be enjoyable, but you should be careful to take your time rather than rushing through it. If you have a dirty filter, make sure you replace it and follow the manufacturer’s instructions to ensure it is installed correctly. Remember how the unit was put together before you remove items so you are able to put everything back exactly the way it was before. While these tips are the most important, there are other steps that can help you in this process. Call Executive Air Conditioning today and we will provide you with more information to make this process a success.