With the amount we all use our air conditioning systems in Idaho, we’re often surprised to find that many people haven’t had their unit regularly repaired or maintained in years. This is not only bad for your air conditioning system, it also hurts your wallet. Without regular maintenance, components such as your air filter and evaporator coil get dirty and become less efficient which increases your monthly energy bill.
Right Now Heating and Air Conditioning is the #1 HVAC company serving Star, ID and surrounding areas. Do you need help with an emergency repair after normal business hours? No problem. We’re available 24/7 to help with emergency needs. See what customers are saying about our service here.
Get Peace of Mind through Regular Maintenance
In our experience, more than 90% of major problems with air conditioning systems could have been prevented with regular maintenance. Unfortunately most people get busy, or forget to schedule an appointment. Right Now Heating and Air Conditioning offers a great Family Plan.
People are often wary of signing up for a plan because they fear that once they sign up, they are locked in and will receive less-than-ideal service. Unlike many plans from other companies, the Right Now Family Plan provides members with 24/7 prioritized emergency service. This means that anytime you need an emergency repair (even if it’s the 4th of July), we’ll be at your home within 24 hours.
Our Family Plan offers two complete service calls: one 18-point tune up on your AC in the spring and one 16-point tune-up on your furnace in the fall. A few things we check for in your air conditioning system include:
Check condenser fan and motor
Inspect wiring in compressor
Check compressor run and start capacitor
Clean condenser coil
Charge refrigerant to exact level as specified by manufacturer
Check evaporator drain and pan
Clean outdoor unit and apply weather-resistant coating
Call Right Now Heating and Air Conditioning at (208) 939-4475 to schedule a maintenance or repair job. Want to install a new AC system? We’ve got you covered.