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Date: June 21, 2021

Stay Cool All Summer Long With Cubby!

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This summer is predicted to be hotter than normal here in greater Boston.

If that news has you looking with concern at your home’s air conditioning, don’t worry. There’s still time to make sure it can get through the summer and keep your home cool and comfy.

A maintenance tune-up from the certified, experienced service technicians at Cubby Oil will get your home’s A/C in tip-top shape for the summer!

Why Air Conditioning Maintenance Matters

A summer heatwave is the worst time for your air conditioning to break down. But an air conditioning tune-up now can prevent breakdowns, and the discomfort and costs that go with them.

Air conditioning makes up about half of your home’s energy costs in the summer. A well-maintained A/C runs at its best possible efficiency, helping to keep those energy costs under control without having to sacrifice comfort.

Here is some of what we do when we perform an annual tune-up on your central air conditioning system:

  • Test and check refrigerants for maximum efficiency
  • Inspect and clean condenser
  • Inspect and clean condensate piping and trap
  • Lubricate motors as needed
  • Inspect fan belt
  • Check thermostat for proper operation
  • Perform a safety inspection of all operating controls
  • Change air filter
  • Check system operations and cooling temperatures

Annual preventative maintenance may help keep your central A/C warranty in effect, which may protect you from big repair bills down the road.

By giving your home’s air conditioning regular maintenance, you also help to extend its life expectancy. The national average cost to replace a central air conditioning system is $5,645. Taking care of your air conditioning allows you to make the most of your investment in your current A/C and put off as long as possible replacing it.

Contact us today to schedule a tune-up for your home’s A/C!

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