Heating and cooling systems have a way of breaking down when the weather is at its worst; on the coldest day of a frigid winter, or during a sizzling summer heat wave; times when your comfort system must work the hardest, and when you need it most.
Regular check-ups will help to maximize the life expectancy of your system; unfortunately, even the best maintenance won't prevent normal wear and tear.
Two inspections of your HVAC system/s per year.
- Wash and clean condenser and coil.
- Check thermostat operation.
- Clean air return cavity and check for non-filtered air bypass.
- Gas Furnaces: Check safety switches, flame sensors, carbon monoxide.
- Inspect, tighten, and test all electrical connections and service disconnect.
- Test condenser and air handler start/run capacitors.
- Test contactor relay, inspect contacts for burns and pitting.
- Inspect all safety controls, condensate drain line and pan switches if installed.
- Check refrigerant pressures, record super heat and sub cool temperatures.
- Blow-out and apply bleach to condensate and pan lines.
- Monitor and record condenser fan and air handler blower motor line amperage's.
- Measure compressor starting and running amps, line voltage, and control voltage.
- Measure and record temperature split.
- Customer receives 10% discount on parts, refrigerant, labor, and service call fees.
- Receive a detailed report of inspection results for record purpose.