AC Service, Central AC Service & Air Conditioner MaintenanceQuitman, GA, Clyattville, GA, Eldorado, GA, Valdosta, GA, Lakeland, GA & Douglas, GA
After 55 years of dedicated service in Nashville, Valdosta & the surrounding areas, Ray & Son Heating & Air Conditioning continues to simplify the challenge of temperature control for home and business owners. Our team of NATE- and BPI-certified, fully licensed, insured, and bonded professionals participate in consistent training updates, ensuring unparalleled maintenance of all makes, models, and types of residential and commercial cooling equipment. Family owned and operated, we prioritize cost-savings and comfort.
Dependable Air Conditioner Maintenance
Get in touch with Ray & Son Heating & Air Conditioning at (229) 329-1815 and always speak with a live and knowledgeable representative of our staff. With flexible appointment times, we accommodate your busy schedule, address every component of the air conditioner, and back our work with a 100% satisfaction guarantee.
Call on our team for all your A/C service needs!
Along with prompt arrival and organized job sites, we maximize the performance of your essential cooling equipment. Ray & Son Heating & Air Conditioning meets the requirements of the manufacturer’s warranty coverage and protects the return from your investment with annual check-ups anywhere across Valdosta, Clyattville, Quitman, Hahira, Nashville, Adel, Lakeland, Eldorado, Tifton, Douglas & Moultrie, GA.
Here are a few of the many benefits of proactive air conditioner maintenance:
- Compliance with warranty requirements
- Cost savings
- Defends against property damage
- Energy efficiency
- Extended equipment lifespan
- Greater reliability
- Healthier indoor air quality
- Increased Comfort
- Peace of mind
Affordable Air Conditioning Tune-Ups in Nashville, Valdosta & the surrounding areas
It’s common for people to think “out of sight, out of mind” when it comes to their heating and air systems until there’s a problem. If you’re a new homeowner, you may not realize you must schedule regular heating and air service. It’s important, even if it’s brand new.
Every air conditioner should get a tune-up each year, ideally in spring before the “cooling season.” Heat pumps should get two each year, one before “cooling season” and one before “heating season.” Think of it as a new car. You wouldn’t wait until it was broken down to change the oil, would you?
What an Air Conditioning Tune-Up Includes
An air conditioning tune-up begins with a comprehensive inspection from top to bottom. All of our HVAC technicians are NATE-certified. This stands for North American Technician Excellence and provides the training for heating and air technicians.
To be certified means the technician is proficient in all areas of repair and maintenance for all brands of heating and air equipment. We take this seriously and are proud to support this ongoing education and certification for our team. When our technician performs a tune-up, he or she:
- Cleans dirty components
- Lubricates moving parts
- Calibrates internal mechanisms
- Tests switches and controls
- Replaces worn parts and belts
- Tightens connections
- Checks refrigerant level
Air Conditioning Maintenance Made Easy: Comfort Club
Get rid of heating and air worries with membership in the Ray & Son Comfort Club. This small investment pays off big with regular tune-ups and other benefits. Twice a year, you’ll receive 17-point season tune-ups and cleanings for your air conditioner, furnace, or heat pump, as appropriate.
The Comfort Club practically puts heating and air maintenance on auto-pilot and the benefits are huge.
- Enjoy greater energy efficiency with a tuned-up system – pay less to heat and cool your home.
- Regular maintenance by a professional HVAC contractor keeps warranties intact – big savings if there’s a problem.
- Routine maintenance catches issues while they’re little. It’s better to address problems while they’re small before they grow into a costly, inconvenient breakdown.
- With regular care, your system should last longer. How well would your car run if you never changed the oil?