Well Dallas we just got our first glimpse of summer this past week and for some of us it was a real eye-opener. Air conditioners we hadn’t turned on in over 6 months either didn’t start, tripped the breaker, made loud noises or ran and ran but couldn’t get the house down to the set temperature. Whatever your individual case was, take solace in knowing you were not alone. From Dallas to Coppell to McKinney to Rockwall homeowners and a/c systems across the metroplex felt the heat and humidity. One of the major problems our technicians found in the field were faulty A/C compressors, most of which had trouble starting up after a prolonged winter without use. There are several reasons this occurs, those technical specifics and detail we won’t get into in this blog. However, our April HVAC Product of the Month is a wonderful way to cure the compressor blues. Often referred to as a ‘start assist kit’ or ‘compressor saver’ this product works wonders in extending the life and performance of your air conditioners compressor. In a nut shell what the compressor saver does is reduce the amount of time it takes for your unit to start. This is important because of the large power surge your unit experiences at start up often times can burn up electrical components and cause damage. Reduce the start up time and power surge on system…reduce the cost of start up…decrease the need for ac repairs…increase the life of your compressor and air conditioner and you see why Classic Heating and Air recommends calling today about our Product of the Month. Our Classic Compressor Revive package includes this start assist kit along with a few other components to make sure you are getting the most out of your air conditioning system not only his summer but many summers to come! In an average Texas summer your air conditioner can start up more than 6,000 times. Give us a call today and make sure you’re ready for the heat!
– Reduce damaging in-rush current by up to 50%
– Extend compressor life
– Protect internal components
– Save from costly repairs