Air Conditioning Comfort for Life - United for your comfort since 1987

Air Conditioning Comfort for Life

United for your comfort since 1987

In addition to saving you money on your electric bill,

Brett Wolf & Mike Clark: Air conditioning specialists

This is the 7th post in our series “7 Ways to Lower Your Air Conditioning Costs” which is also available as a FREE eBook at www.UMIHomeServices.com/ebooks.

we also want to make sure we save you money on any necessary repair costs related to your air conditioning unit!

It is important that your air conditioning company is only concerned with making sure that your unit is functioning correctly… not concerned with trying to make a sale.

When hiring an Air Conditioning Specialist, make sure the technicians are NOT paid on commissions.

UMI Residential Air Conditioning feels that a technician needs to be looking out for your best interest.

Typically, this is not the case if they are being paid a commission for selling you equipment you may or may not need.

What Does An Air Conditioning Technician Do?

Technicians work to install, maintain and service air conditioning systems and support.

These systems can be found anywhere from small residential homes to large commercial or industrial buildings.

Technicians working in this field are trained in both service and repair, capable of identifying problems and the maintenance and repair of equipment.

The following are typical job functions for an Air Conditioning Technician, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics:

  • Reading blueprints for installing air-conditioning systems
  • Installing water supply lines, air ducts and vents, pumps, and other components
  • Connecting electrical wiring and controls and checking the units for proper operation
  • Performing routine maintenance and repair work
  • Installing and maintaining heat pumps
  • Inspecting air-conditioning systems in the winter and completing required maintenance, such as overhauling compressors
  • Installing motors, compressors, condensing units, evaporators, piping and other components in refrigerator units
  • Conserving, recovering and recycling the refrigerants used in 7 Ways Lower AC Costs ipadair-conditioning and refrigeration systems, which can be harmful to the environment

For more information or questions about air conditioner technicians, feel free to contact us or call us at (239) 939-2032.

You may also download our FREE eBook 7 Ways to Lower Your Air Conditioning Costs to get all of these energy saving tips at once.

Don’t forget, Our Business is Your Comfort!

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