Preventive Maintenance Plan


Why is Service / Preventive Maintenance so necessary for heating and air conditioning equipment?

Preventive Maintenance

Preventive maintenance or service is essential to the proper functioning of air conditioning and heating equipment. If preventive maintenance is not performed regularly or if it is done haphazardly, the equipment will require extensive and costly repairs at a later date that is sooner than it should be. This is not just a case of "pay me now or pay me later." It is a case of "pay me now or pay me considerably more, later," and lose reliability while paying higher repair and energy costs in the process. Manufacturers require this for limited and extended warranty claims.

Preventive maintenance programs for air conditioning and heating equipment include regular inspections each year. During these inspections, proper operation of the equipment is checked and verified. All mechanical equipment is designed to operate within certain limits. Air conditioning and heating equipment is no exception, and if not properly maintained, the equipment will exceed its design limitations with the result being equipment failure. Your best insurance against HVAC failure and cost containment is equipment preventive maintenance.

Plan Includes

  1. 2 visits - one for Spring AC tune-up, one for Fall Heat tune-up
  2. Email reminders to schedule your maintenance
  3. Free service calls for 12 months with priority placement Mon-Sat 8am-8pm
  4. 1 lb of Freon (if needed)
  5. Discounted repairs

Cooling Tune-Up

  1. Check compressor amps / volts, capacitors
  2. Monitor refrigerant pressures
  3. Inspect refrigerant piping for vibration / rubbing
  4. Inspect condenser coil for cleanliness
  5. Inspect condition of outdoor cabinet and disconnect
  6. Check condenser fan motor amps / volts, fan blade
  7. Tighten electrical connections
  8. Check / lubricate motor & bearings (if applicable)
  9. Inspect contactor condition
  10. Inspect reversing valve (heat pump)
  11. Test starting capabilities
  12. Test safety controls
  13. Inspect blower components for cleanliness
  14. Check blower motor amps / volts
  15. Inspect evaporator coil for cleanliness
  16. Measure temperature drop or rise
  17. Inspect & treat condensate drain and pan
  18. Check condensate pump for proper operation
  19. Check thermostat operation / calibrate as necessary
  20. Replace filters client supplied

Heating Tune-Up

  1. Check compressor amps / volts, capacitors*
  2. Check blower motor amps / volts
  3. Tighten electrical connections
  4. Check / lubricate motor & bearings (if applicable)
  5. Check burner for cleanliness, adjust if needed*
  6. Check ignition and pilot assemblies
  7. Inspect heat exchanger or heating elements
  8. Monitor flue draft
  9. Measure temperature rise
  10. Test starting capabilities
  11. Test safety controls
  12. Check thermostat operation / calibrate as necessary
  13. Replace client supplied filters
  14. Monitor refrigerant pressures*
  15. Inspect refrigerant piping for vibration / rubbing*
  16. Inspect condenser coil for cleanliness*
  17. Inspect condition of outdoor cabinet and disconnect*
  18. Check condenser fan motor amps / volts and fan blade*
  19. Inspect contactor condition
  20. Inspect reversing valve*
  21. Check furnace for gas leaks

*3" or larger will be billed at an additional fee. This includes Perfect Fit, Spaceguard, Honeywell, Air Bear, Abatement, Hepa filters, and Geothermal applications. Replacements incur an additional cost.

Manufacturers are now requiring proof of maintenance for limited and extended warranty claims.

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