• MAINTENANCE
Maintenance Agreements to Service Your Home
Maintenance Agreements Heating and Cooling Systems

Many local residents do not realize their home heating and air conditioning system operates approximately 3300 hours per year. To put this “run time” in perspective, a car driven for the same 3300 hours at 65 miles per hour would travel 214,500 miles. No one would consider such a journey without arranging for oil changes, lubrication, and routine tune-ups along the way to assure the efficiency, safety, and reliability of the vehicle.

 

Your home heating and air conditioning system serves you many more hours than your car, and, like your car, needs routine tune-ups to operate in an efficient, safe and reliable manner.

 

Our unique precision tune-up includes everything that can possibly be done in order to restore your heating and air conditioning system to its very best condition.

 

We come out twice per year – once to service your air conditioning system and once for your heating system.

 

We employ EPA certified technicians and mechanics. Our customer service is top notch.

Fall – Winter Maintenance
Furnace/Heat Pump Maintenance

  • Check and clean filters
  • Check and adjust thermostats
  • Inspect ductwork
  • Install gauges and check operation if needed
  • Check evaporator conditions
  • Clean and adjust pilot assembly
  • Adjust burner for efficiency (air and flame)
  • Check for gas leaks in furnace
  • Lubricate moving parts
  • Checked fan control and ignition start up
  • Check furnace for cracked heat exchanger
  • Check temperature rise
  • Check all wiring connection and electrical parts
  • Check outside condenser coil and condition
Spring – Summer Maintenance
Air Conditioning Clean and Check
  • Check and clean filters
  • Check and adjust thermostats
  • Install gauges and check operation
  • Check evaporation super heater
  • Check evaporator condition and lighting cleaning
  • Inspections of blower wheel and conditions
  • Check and clean primary condensate drain lines
  • Check voltage and amperage to all motors with meter
  • Lubricate moving parts
  • Check compressor voltage and amperage
  • Check outside condensing coil
  • Check for proper refrigeration charge
  • Check all wiring connections and electrical parts
  • Inspect ductwork and design
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