Residential HVAC Maintenance

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Why is annual maintenance important?

All equipment in the industry comes with an efficiency rating. Let’s take a 90% efficient furnace for instance, the only way to achieve its listed efficiency is to make sure it’s maintained properly. Why not maintain one of the most expensive components of your home? Not only will you be able to sleep better at night knowing your equipment is properly maintained, you will save money while doing so. US Energy Star Program states your homes equipment should be serviced and maintained twice a year to ensure maximum efficiency. We have performed background checks on all technicians.

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Benefits of Annual Maintenance Agreement

1

Proper Maintenance significantly improves the life of your HVAC equipment.

2

HVAC Systems are considerable investments for any business or homeowner, so it only makes sense to protect and care for them.

3

A comprehensive preventive maintenance agreement ensures your comfort, safety and efficiency, and helps avoid costly emergency repairs.

4

In Addition to routine maintenance that improves the performance and efficiency, you’ll also enjoy priority service, no overtime charges and 10% discounts on parts and labor.

Spring Maintenance:

  • Replace filters
  • Blow out condensate drain lines and clean pan
  • Wash condenser coil
  • Measure refrigerant level and fill if needed
  • Inspect for any possible refrigerant leaks
  • Inspect electrical disconnect
  • Lubricate all motors, bearings & fans
  • Check supply and return temperatures
  • Tighten electrical connections
  • Measure and record volts/amps on Motors
  • Check Thermostat
  • Inspect all safety controls (if applicable)
  • Cycle AC to make sure it’s ready for the upcoming season
  • Recommend any necessary service related repairs

Fall Maintenance:

  • Replace filters
  • Inspect ignition and burner assembly (Gas)
  • Inspect flue pipe w/ carbon monoxide detector
  • Inspect heat exchanger (Gas)
  • Sequence electric heat and check amp draw (Electric)
  • Inspect indoor blower components
  • Lubricate all motors, bearings & fans
  • Tighten electrical connections
  • Blow out condensate drain lines and clean pan
  • Check Thermostat operation
  • Check supply and return temperatures
  • Cycle heating system to make sure it’s ready for the upcoming season
  • Recommend any necessary service related repairs

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