Residential HVAC Maintenance Plans

 

Some of the benefits of preventative maintenance.

  • Extends the life of your system.  By minimizing the amount of wear and tear, our maintenance plans can prolong the life of your system.
  • Saves you money.  You’ll save by our plans reducing the need for repairs and by maximizing the efficiency of your system which can reduce your utility bills.
  • Reduces the need for expensive repairs.  If you do need service, plan holders receive priority service.
  • Prevents warranties from being voided.  Proof of proper maintenance ensures that your manufacturer warranty repairs are honored.
  • Offers discounts on parts and labor.  Depending on which plan you choose, you’ll receive reduced prices.

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Emergency Service

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Preferred Plan

  • 48 hour response.  Monday – Friday
  • 10% repair discount
  • 1 year repair warranty (labor only)
  • $10 service call saving
  • Spring and Fall preventative maintenance visits
  • Costs just $17 a month

Please note that for both the Preferred and the Elite plan, our first visit is scheduled 4 – 6 months from initial payment.

Elite Plan

  • 48 hour response inc. weekends
  • 20% repair discount
  • 2 year repair warranty (labor only)
  • $25 service call charge (usually $90)
  • Spring and Fall preventative maintenance visits
  • Costs just $24 a month

Our 30 point P.M plan includes

  • Check batteries, calibration and operation of thermostat

  • Replace Fiberglass filters (owner supplied) or clean permanent filters

  • Check system for proper airflow.

  • Measure supply and return air temperatures

  • Inspect condensate lines for proper installation.

  • Flush and treat condensate drain lines.

  • Inspect indoor coil

  • Oiling & greasing of all bearings, motors, fans and pumps as able.

  • Test all capacitors.

  • Inspect all electrical components and tighten if necessary.

  • Check safety devices.

  • Inspect burner assembly.

  • Inspect carbon monoxide sensor.

  • Inspect heat exchanger.

  • Check gas pressure

  • Check for gas leaks
  • Inspect flame sensor
  • Check exhaust system for proper operation
  • Check Disconnect electrical connections and proper fuse size
  • Inspect contactors and ensure proper connection
  • Check for refrigerant (freon) leaks on equipment and piping.
  • Adjust refrigerant as necessary
  • Check compressor amp draws
  • Test fan motor amp draws
  • Inspect fan blade
  • Brush Clean outdoor coil
  • Ensure proper tension and adjust all v-belts
  • Inspect drain pan
  • Clean minor services deemed necessary to properly maintain system
  • Communicate any repairs necessary to customer for approval

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