A working air conditioner removes the heat from your home by sucking in hot indoor air through the ventilation system and passing the hot air over cooled evaporator coils. The evaporator coils are usually inside your home, installed near your furnace and kept cool using refrigerant gas. Heat is transferred to the condenser coils (located in the AC box outside of your home), through a chemical reaction when the refrigerant gas is compressed by the compressor, pulling heat out of the refrigerant. Once the refrigerant is cool, it is sent into your home to cool the evaporator coils used to cool the indoor air.

When a component in the AC process is underperforming or malfunctioning, your home won’t get cold in an energy-efficient, cost-conscious way. But not to worry, we’re here to help.

How Does Enercare Make Home Cooling Easier?

A broken or older air conditioning system in the home may need to be replaced or maintained to provide quality comfort.

Enercare will help you maintain a cool and comfortable home. We do this by providing high-quality and energy-efficient indoor cooling equipment.

If you’re in need of a new AC unit, get in touch with us. Our Energy Management Consultants will provide you with a comprehensive evaluation of your home’s air conditioning needs.

What AC Products Does Enercare Offer?

When it comes to replacing your AC unit, you’re in control of what features to choose, such as the air conditioner’s energy-efficiency, performance guarantees, rebates and manufacturer warranties. But there are some factors that are out of your control and must be considered, like the size of your home and building code requirements. That’s why Enercare performs an individual assessment of each customer’s home to ensure the AC unit is the right fit and model to meet individual cooling needs. And with the Enercare Advantage™ program, your cooling equipment is always maintained and protected, long after installation of your new air conditioner is complete.

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What’s a Protection Plan For AC Units?

Unexpected and inconvenient breakdowns can happen, especially as your cooling equipment begins to age. Tune-ups can help identify potential problems before they become costly breakdowns. That’s why it’s important to schedule regular maintenance and ensure your air conditioner is protected.

Enercare Advantage™ and Enercare’s Cooling Protection Plan gives you full coverage on parts and labour for maintenance and repairs. With same day service,** you will have access to more than 700 highly trained and licensed Enercare technicians if an issue arises.

Learn more about Enercare’s Cooling Protection Plan.

What’s a Maintenance Plan For AC Units?

Cooling equipment that has operated for fewer than seven years is at a low risk of breaking down; however, just like a vehicle, regular maintenance is important to help increase the lifespan of your equipment and reduce your monthly energy bills.

With an Enercare Cooling Maintenance Plan, our TSSA certified and licensed technicians will inspect your cooling equipment for hazardous debris, refrigerant leaks and efficiency. Afterwards, the technician will provide you with an exclusive HomeCare Report that gives an expert assessment of the equipment, and recommendations to keep it running safely and efficiently.

A maintenance plan includes:

  • Annual maintenance by a licensed Enercare technician
  • Up to a 21-point inspection
Learn more about Enercare’s Cooling Maintenance Plan.

How Do I Know If My AC Needs Repairs And Who Should I Contact?

For complete peace of mind, call Enercare. We’ll inspect your equipment and ensure your equipment is running quickly, safely and efficiently.

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