Your Tampa Bay Air Conditioning units are not unlike any other machine; they work more efficiently and last longer with routine maintenance and cleaning. All the air circulating throughout your home goes through the air conditioning system so ensuring your system is clean will keep the air in your home safe.

Action Air Conditioning

Besides the normal everyday dust and dirt circulating throughout a typical Tampa home that would cause the need for routine duct sanitizing, there are some other factors that may elevate the need to check out your air conditioning or heating system:

  • Smoke (cigarettes or cigars)
  • Resident with asthma
  • Pets
  • Renovation project
  • Water damage
Action Air Conditioning can help you keep your indoor air safe and clean. We will come to your home for an assessment of the state of your current system. If necessary, we can perform a professional cleaning of the entire HVAC system. Rather than just focusing on the ductwork, a comprehensive cleaning would include:

  • Sanitize Air Ducts
  • Air Conditioner Filter
  • Registers
  • Coils
  • Air Cleaner
  • Blower assembly

We will give you instruction on the best filters to use with your system and ensure you know the importance of changing them at least once per month, especially during the hot Tampa summer season.

Cleaning your indoor air system is not an extremely complicated process but it does need to be done by a professional who knows how to access the necessary components without causing harm. Action can handle your needs.

Cooling & Heating System Maintenance Programs

Feature Comparison Bronze Silver Gold
*Per System $117 $165 Yearly
($132 renewal)
$274 Yearly
($191 renewal)
Tune Up
20% Discount on Repairs
Priority Service
Never an Overtime Charge
Drain Service
2 FREE Co-Pays on Warranty & Insurance Claims
No Parts Handling Fee from Manufacturers
Protect Your System with a Service Agreement

Precision Tune-Up Checklist

  • Check burner assembly
  • Check ignition assembly
  • Check heat exchanger
  • Adjust operating pressures
  • Monitor starting capabilities
  • Test safety controls
  • Check air filters
  • Adjust blower components
  • Tighten electrical connections
  • Measure volts/amps on motors
  • Check thermostat calibration
  • Clean evaporator coil if accessible
  • Clean condenser coil
  • Clean condensate drains
  • Measure temperature difference
  • Apply protective coating to outside unit
  • Measure refrigerant levels