Photo of "Tune Up to Cool Down" graphic from ACSI

Your air-conditioning unit works hard in the warm summer months. Getting it ready now can improve system performance and indoor air quality as well as save you money on your electric bills. During an annual hvac inspection and tune-up, a professional contractor will determine the status of your system’s performance, make any necessary adjustments, and clean equipment as needed.
A can’t-miss opportunity

If your building or facility has packaged, self-contained rooftop units over three tons in capacity, you may be eligible for a free A/C inspection and tune-up through ComEd’s AirCare Plus Program.

AirCare Plus is an HVAC energy-efficiency program that provides customers with tune-ups that give the major components of an air-conditioning system the attention needed before the summer begins. Our technicians recently received training through AirCare Plus to bring this service to you. Using the program’s diagnostic tools, they’ll perform a thorough inspection of your A/C units and make the appropriate adjustments. If your system requires HVAC service and repairs that fall outside the scope of the free tune-up program, we’ll discuss them with you and, with your approval, perform them at an additional cost. ComEd also offers incentives to assist customers who upgrade to more energy-efficient system components.

See this link for details.

Frank Lacny, President
American Combustion Service, Inc.

Frank Lacny
Frank founded American Combustion Service, Inc. & ACSI Mechanical in 1984. His consulting and specialized service capabilities for working on any type of fuel burner and/or fuel has earned ACSI a reputation as “burner specialists” in the community. Frank has trained and consulted for many groups and companies in Chicago and the Chicago Metropolitan Area. His areas of expertise include burner start-up work, unusual boiler room problem-solving situations, and general backup service support.