During the summer, the temperature inside of your vehicle can easily reach 130°. Keeping you and your family comfortable during the hottest weather is the job of your vehicle's air conditioning system.

The air conditioning system strives to remove the heat and humidity from air inside your vehicle by transferring that heat to outside your vehicle. What is left when the heat and humidity have been removed is cooler, more comfortable air.

To remove the heat, the air conditioning system relies on numerous parts including a compressor, a condenser, an evaporator, pressurized refrigerant, valves and hoses - all controlled electronically.

For this system to work correctly and be ready for the hot weather, it needs to be free from leaks so that the refrigerant stays in the system. In fact, the most common cause of inadequate cooling is when the refrigerant leaks through worn seals and o-rings, loose fittings and connections. To make sure all the parts and components of your system are working properly, we recommend having your air conditioning system checked at the beginning spring or when you suspect it isn’t keeping you cool enough.

Our staff will inspect your air conditioning system for any worn hoses or seals, leaks or contamination and to make sure your vehicle is ready to keep you cool.

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