Keep Your System in Check

Whether it's running the AC in the summer heat or staying cozy in the cold winter months, it's important to know when your heating and cooling system isn't running smoothly or efficiently.

Have you ever felt like there's not enough force behind the air coming from your vents? Noticed an odd sound when turning on your heat or air conditioning at the start of a new season? Or just felt like your heating and cooling system isn't doing as good of a job as it should? These are all reasons to have a tune-up.

When you ensure systems are running smoothly, you spend less money on your bill, control your energy usage and avoid costly equipment failure. To schedule a tune up, reach out to a contractor today.

What exactly is a tune-up?

Tune-ups are quick and simple. They generally include:

  • Checking measurements on critical system components
  • Inspecting accessible components for wear or potential issues
  • Measuring refrigerant levels for optimum performance
  • Tightening and adjusting components as needed
  • Checking overall system air flow and operation

Find an authorized contractor

Although tune-ups typically cost between $75-$150, energy savings can easily offset the price of maintaining your equipment. We recommend reaching out to a few contractors to compare quotes. And if you live in Missouri, ask your authorized contractor about KCP&L rebates if you decide to upgrade your system. Get started today.

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Please note that tune-up tasks and terminology may vary among contractor companies and technicians. If you have any questions about the services performed, speak with your service technician.