Continued bi-annual maintenance provides specific heating and cooling procedures that protect your home comfort system's refrigerant and mechanical components to keep them operating at peak efficiency.
Why You Should Have a Planned Maintenance Program
Extends equipment life.
Save money every month.
Peace of mind.
Continued bi-annual maintenance maintenance provides specific procedures that protect your home comfort system's refrigerant and mechanical components to keep them operating at peak efficiency.
Check indoor evaporator coil performance
Clean outdoor condenser coil
Check refrigerant charge
Check refrigerant operation pressures for peak performance
Inspect all safety controls
Check filter condition
Check thermostat performance
Flush condensate drain line from debris
Check compressor amperage for possible electrical problems
Monitor gas pressure (gas heating only)
Monitor flue draft
Visually inspect heat exchanger for structural integrity
Inspect igniter assembly
Clean and adjust burner assembly
Check blower wheel
Inspect all electrical components including contactors and capacitors
Tighten electrical connections
Lubricate all moving parts when needed
Check fan motor performance
Check flame sensor
When we repair a customer's home comfort system, it can range from $100 to $1500. We want to help you prevent or delay costly breakdowns by offering you a Planned Maintenance Program.
Some of the benefits:
Heating and cooling equipment requires yearly maintenance.
Dirt clogged components are the number one source of home comfort breakdowns.
Having your equipment cleaned and checked bi-annually will lower your utility cost and extends the life of your system including new equipment.
Most manufacturer's warranties are voided if their equipment isn't maintained on a yearly basis.