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air conditioning Clemson

If you can’t remember the last time you had your air conditioning unit service in Clemson, it’s probably time to call PECO Heating and Cooling. We offer superior customer service and expert air conditioning maintenance and repair.

Our experienced service techs hold South Carolina refrigerant licenses and can help maintain and repair your current HVAC units, as well as install a new AC unit when you are ready.

Air Conditioning Maintenance

  • Replace and/or clean AC filters
  • Clean AC coils and the area around them
  • Make sure aluminum fins on coils and evaporator are straightened for maximum efficiency
  • Unclog drains
  • Check for appropriate amount of refrigerant
  • Measure airflow through the evaporator coil
  • Test motor and capacitor amps
  • Inspect for wear and tear on the system
  • Verify the accuracy of the thermostat

air conditioning Clemson

 

With the average daily temperature in July hovering around 90° in Clemson, air conditioning isn’t a luxury it is a simple necessity, especially for those that are easily susceptible to heat exhaustion and other heat injuries. If your unit has broken down, you need air conditioning repair right away.

That’s why in addition to maintenance plans and routine service, PECO has a 24/7 live answering service and offers repair to air conditioning units outside of normal business hours. Our mascot is the Comfort Tiger and we want you and your family to be comfortable at all times. That means offering thorough and high quality air conditioning repair for our Clemson clients. Our tech will diagnose the problem and talk to you about what repairs are necessary. If a repair isn’t possible or isn’t economically feasible, we will talk to you about the cost and pros/cons of installing a new HVAC unit. Whether it’s maintenance or a new installation, you can count on PECO for all your air conditioning needs in Clemson.

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