Air-Conditioner Tune-up

Save energy and prevent maintenance headaches by keeping your air conditioner running smoothly and efficiently.

Set the stage for less energy use this summer—schedule an air-conditioner tune-up. Preventative maintenance helps your unit run smoothly and efficiently. Without a tune-up, your air conditioner needs to work harder. That wastes energy and money. Worse, it can lead to a costly equipment failure. Call a contractor now—before the busy summer and winter months.

A tune-up typically includes:

  • Checking measurements on critical system components
  • Inspecting accessible components for wear or potential issues
  • Measuring refrigerant levels for optimum performance
  • Tightening and adjusting components as needed
  • Checking overall system air flow and operation

Please note that tune-up tasks and terminology may vary among contractor companies and technicians. If you have any questions about the services performed, speak with your service technician.

Take your tune-up farther with a KCP&L A/C or Heat Pump Efficiency Analysis

A tune-up helps ensure your home's unit is running its best. But even at its best, is it meeting your family's needs? Is it costing you more money than it should? How does it stack up to other, more efficient models currently available?

A KCP&L A/C or Heat Pump Efficiency Analysis helps you answer these questions. You'll get a detailed analysis of your unit's efficiency and recommendations on how to best meet your heating and cooling needs.

KCP&L has partnered with many of our authorized contractors to offer eligible residential customers this as a free add-on service to your tune-up. Ask about a KCP&L A/C or Heat Pump Efficiency Analysis when scheduling your tune-up.

The KCP&L A/C or Heat Pump Efficiency Analysis is available only to Missouri customers. See additional information about program terms and conditions.

Find an authorized contractor

Tune-ups typically cost between $75-$150, depending on the season and the services included. We recommend calling a few contractors for quotes. Energy savings can offset the small price of maintaining your equipment. And if you live in Missouri, make sure to ask your authorized contractor about KCP&L rebates if you choose to upgrade your system.

Visit our contractor search tool to get started.