Stay Hot or Keep Cool!
No heat?? Too hot? No one wants to have a system that breaks down during an extreme weather event.
We offer programs to provide preventative maintenance to keep your system working properly on a regular basis and keep breakdown happening.
During these visits we provide a full system check up during milder seasons to make sure your heating and cooling equipment is in top shape before winter and summer begins. Our Preventative maintenance contracts include all parts and labor.
Service maintenance contracts are customizable and are recommended for anyone with a heating or cooling system. These are yearly maintenance at a reduced rate, saving you money along the way. We also offer yearly maintenance on fireplaces and dryer vents, give us a call today to get pricing on your service maintenance contract.
Service Maintenance Contracts
AC Tune-Up and Heat Pump Tune-Up
- Energy Efficiency: Regular maintenance helps keep your heating and cooling systems running efficiently, which can save you money on your energy bills. Dirty filters, clogged ducts, and other issues can cause your systems to work harder than they need to, using more energy than necessary.
- System Lifespan: Regular maintenance can help extend the lifespan of your heating and cooling systems. Catching and addressing small problems early on can prevent larger, more costly repairs down the line, and can help prevent premature system failure.
- Safety: Regular maintenance can help ensure that your heating and cooling systems are functioning safely. Issues such as gas leaks, carbon monoxide leaks, and electrical problems can pose serious safety risks to your family if not addressed promptly.
- Indoor Air Quality: Your heating and cooling systems play a big role in your home's indoor air quality. Regular maintenance can help keep your air filters clean and functioning properly, which can improve indoor air quality and reduce allergens and other pollutants in your home.
- Warranty Requirements: Many manufacturers require regular maintenance as a condition of their warranty. Failure to perform regular maintenance can void your warranty, leaving you responsible for the cost of any repairs or replacement.
- Inspection: The technician will visually inspect the furnace for any signs of wear and tear or damage, including the heat exchanger, burners, ignition system, and thermostat.
- Cleaning: The technician will clean the furnace components, including the blower motor and fan, the heat exchanger, and the burners.
- Testing: The technician will test the heating system to ensure that it is functioning properly, including checking the thermostat, air filter, and gas pressure.
- Lubrication: The technician will lubricate any moving parts of the furnace to prevent friction and wear.
- Safety Inspection: The technician will perform a safety inspection to check for any gas leaks or carbon monoxide hazards.
- Recommendations: The technician will provide recommendations for any repairs or upgrades that may be necessary to keep the heating system running smoothly and efficiently.
- Increased efficiency: A well-maintained furnace will operate more efficiently, reducing energy consumption and lowering utility bills.
- Extended lifespan: Regular tune-ups can help extend the lifespan of the furnace, potentially delaying the need for costly replacements.
- Improved indoor air quality: A clean furnace will circulate clean air throughout the home, reducing the presence of dust, allergens, and other airborne particles.
- Improved safety: Regular tune-ups can help identify and address safety hazards, such as gas leaks or carbon monoxide risks.
Ductless System Tune-Up
- Clean Air Filters: Dirty air filters can restrict airflow and reduce the efficiency of the system, so it is important to clean or replace the filters on a regular basis. The frequency of cleaning or replacement will depend on factors such as usage and air quality.
- Clean the Indoor and Outdoor Units: Dirt and debris can accumulate on the indoor and outdoor units, reducing the system's efficiency. Clean the units with a soft cloth or brush, and make sure they are free of any obstructions.
- Inspect and Clean the Condenser Coil: The condenser coil on the outdoor unit can also collect dirt and debris, which can reduce the system's efficiency. Use a soft brush or vacuum to clean the coil, and make sure it is free of any obstructions.
- Check the Refrigerant Level: Low refrigerant levels can indicate a leak in the system, which can cause the system to malfunction. Check the refrigerant level and make sure it is within the manufacturer's recommended range.
- Inspect Electrical Connections: Loose or damaged electrical connections can cause the system to malfunction, so it is important to check all electrical connections and tighten or replace any that are loose or damaged.
- Test the Thermostat: Test the thermostat to make sure it is working properly and accurately sensing the temperature in the room.
- Test Fans and Motors: Test the indoor and outdoor fans and motors to make sure they are working properly and are not damaged or worn.
- Schedule Professional Maintenance: It is also a good idea to schedule regular maintenance with a qualified HVAC technician. A professional can inspect and service the system, making any necessary repairs or adjustments to ensure its efficient operation.
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