Warmer Weather is Here! Is Your Air Conditioner Ready?

- 10:00 am - March 26th, 2024

When we begin to turn down our thermostats and put our winter clothes away, it’s time to start thinking about the warm weather that is right around the corner! Luckily, as your neighborhood full-service home comfort company, Tracey Energy has all the tools and solutions to make sure your cooling system is prepped and ready to perform at its best when the summer season arrives!


Here are Three Solutions to Get Your Cooling Equipment Ready for Summer:


1) Preventive Maintenance: An annual tune-up service is recommended at least once a year to keep your equipment functioning efficiently. Our technicians will check, clean, and adjust the vital components of your cooling equipment while performing a thorough inspection of the entire system. Tune-ups help improve equipment efficiency and lower the chances of a breakdown or costly repair.


2) Equipment Upgrades: Did your cooling equipment break down frequently last year or lead to unknown increases in your energy bills? It might be time to upgrade your system! Tracey Energy proudly carries and installs energy-efficient central air conditioners and ductless mini-split air conditioning equipment from leading manufacturers like Heil, Rheem, Bryant, Mitsubishi, and more! And our financing program and special offers make it all fit your budget.


3) Enroll in a Comfortmaster Service Plan: Enrolling in a service plan is the best way to protect your equipment and add peace of mind to your summer season. A Comfortmaster Air Conditioning Service Plan has benefits that include your annual system tune-up, emergency service eligibility, and 20 percent discounts on the parts and labor costs associated with any necessary air conditioning system repairs.


While it may not feel like it just yet, summer will be here before you know it. Follow our three cooling season tips to make the most of your equipment and comfort!


Contact us about scheduling a service, or call us at (203) 777-5747 to talk with our service representatives!

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