Air Conditioner Servicing
EMS Ltd has manufacturer trained technicians for our Lennox Air Conditioners. Additionally as the Lennox Authorized distributor we are able to source the OEM parts to repair Lennox AC units.
Keep Your Unit Working Well & Spot Potential Trouble
Why Should You Service Your AC Unit?
1. Servicing maintains the efficiency of your unit.
Your air conditioner loses part of its overall efficiency every year if it goes without the proper professional maintenance! Regular servicing ensures your unit continues operating at optimal capacity, providing improved power consumption and quicker cooling. Even “lost” efficiency can be recovered through service and maintenance by our EMS Ltd professional technicians.
2. Lengthen the lifespan of your unit.
No matter the quality of an air conditioner, blockages do occur, worn parts need replacing, among other issues. And it is only with regular maintenance that the air conditioning unit is able to sustain up to 96% percent of its original efficiency and even have a longer than average lifespan (when compared to those that are not maintained).
3. Save on electricity costs.
While air conditioners consume a large portion of the average monthly power bill, poorly maintained units will draw even more power. Proper maintenance does have significant impact on monthly energy costs.
4. Improve the quality of your air.
Providing prefect air is the pride of the Lennox brand and EMS Ltd but we can only help you keep the air perfect by servicing the unit(s). Remember, there are many of the health risks associated with poor air quality, and this can be greatly reduced or eliminated with regular servicing and maintenance.
Servicing can save you thousands in repair or replacement costs.
EMS AC Servicing starts at XCD$172.50.
What to Expect During the AC Servicing Appointment?
The technician will give the unit an overall inspection, looking for any signs of trouble. They will test the voltage, inspect the condition of the belts, vents and ducts. Check the refrigerant and examine the drain lines.
They will inspect the blower motor and test the thermostat to ensure proper operation. A motor that is drawing too many amps may be about ready to fail completely. A thermostat that doesn’t engage the unit when it’s supposed could need adjustments or replacing.
The air filter will be checked as a part of servicing. The technician will also clean various parts like the compressor, condenser, evaporator coils, air handler and drainage lines.
Finally, they will test refrigerant levels and observe AC function through a complete cycle. If any problems are still present, they should inform the customer and recommend repairs.