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Maintenance

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There are numerous things we find when we perform maintenance on your heating and cooling systems:

• Units low on refrigerant
If your system is low on refrigerant it will run longer to heat or cool the house, costing you more on your energy bill. The oil in the system is moved by the refrigerant and it cannot properly lubricate the system if the unit is low on refrigerant. This can damage major components.

• Loose electrical connections
Loose connections can cause system failures or higher than normal amperage draws. This uses more energy and will cost you mor on your energy bill.

• Condensation issues
Condensation can do major damage to your home if not caught immediately. It’s not uncommon for these problems to happen when you are on vacation

• Dirty coils
Dirty coils restrict air flow! Airflow is critical to the operation of your systems efficiency. Imagine if you blocked your cars radiator and went for a drive on 110-degree day. Your car engine would overheat pretty quickly. You’re A/C is no different! It requires air flow to do its job efficiently.

• Warranty
Many manufactures require regular maintenance be performed to maintain the warranty on your unit

To keep your heating and air conditioning unit at peak condition and save you money on energy and repairs, we are offering three levels of our Annual Peace-of-Mind maintenance agreements to meet anyone’s needs and budget.

Maintenance Chart

FALL INSPECTION GAS HEAT

  1. Inspect electrical
  2. Check capacitors
  3. Check motor bearings
  4. Check amperage draw of motors
  5. Clean furnace burner area
  6. Visually inspect heat exchanger
  7. Check flame for abnormalities associated with cracks in heat exchanger
  8. Check duct seal
  9. Check sequence of operation
  10. Look for any issues related with the ac.  Condensate issues, storm damage etc.
  11. Check gas venting
  12. Check unit gas connections for gas leaks
  13. Check for carbon monoxide detectors and recommend one if needed
  14. Adjust or replace belt if needed
  15. Check fused disconnect for tight connections
  16. Check thermostat operation
  17. Inspect relays, and contactor for burned contacts or loose connections
  18. Document and explain all needed repairs
  19. Run and test system

SPRING/FALL INSPECTION - HEAT PUMP

  1. Inspect electrical
  2. Check capacitors
  3. Check motor bearings
  4. Check amperage draw of motors
  5. Check unit refrigerant pressures
  6. Check duct seal
  7. Clear condensing unit of leaves and debris
  8. Look for any issues from summer, condensate issues, rust stains on roof or in secondary drain pan
  9. Inspect both indoor and outdoor coils (recommend cleaning if needed)
  10. Check defrost cycle if outside temperature allows
  11. Check fuse block for tight connections
  12. Adjust belt tension if needed
  13. Check valve cap seals for deterioration
  14. Check system temperature split
  15. Document and explain all needed repairs
  16. Run and test system
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