If your home’s central air conditioner system starts blowing tepid air or stops working altogether, give us a call.
One of our highly skilled technicians will soon get everything back up and running to keep your family comfortable during the summer heat. If he discovers that your equipment is beyond repair, our installation manager can quickly develop an estimate during our visit to begin the replacement purchase and installation process. We can also help you start looking into financing if you would like that support.
Rather than wait for a worst-case scenario to occur, which will eventually happen, we urge you to consider regular maintenance the #1 way to extend the life of your home’s cooling system. It also can save you up to 10% on your summer’s energy bills.
Why sweat out a future or current air conditioner breakdown? It just needlessly adds to your day’s stress level, and can even be dangerous in extremely hot weather—particularly for pets, young children and elderly family members. Consider that studies show that four out of five home equipment failures could have been prevented with regular maintenance.
Given this information, why not schedule a leisurely, preseason visit with our maintenance experts, who will test, assess, clean and lubricate all parts of your central air conditioning system. They are trained to maintain and fix all major brands, including those we do not sell ourselves.
This approach is so much more preferable to everyone, and will ensure that your air conditioning system will operate when you need it most.
A maintenance visit also helps you get fair warning that something might be aging beyond repair and ought to be replaced soon. This gives you time to plan your payment strategy more calmly and be set up properly to face the coming season’s cooling challenges.
Contact us to learn more about Jennings Oil central air conditioner maintenance and repair services. Serving Danbury, New Milford, Southbury, Newtown, Ridgefield and surrounding towns in Fairfield, Litchfield and New Haven counties in CT.