Maintenance
Equipment manufacturers recommend having your air conditioning and furnace serviced & cleaned twice a year.  Maintaining your air conditioning and furnace will extend the life of your equipment. Trust our technicians to perform seasonal tune ups and required air conditioner maintenance on the system to ensure it is kept at peak efficiency year round.
Benefits of HVAC System Maintenance
There are four benefits to routine HVAC maintenance:
-  ​Prevents disruptive breakdowns - routine maintenance keeps your HVAC system in good working condition with one spring and one fall service visit each year.
- Extends the life of your HVAC system by up to 40%.
- Reduces energy consumption  - saves energy because a clean HVAC system can cut heating and cooling costs as much as 30%
- Limits unexpected extensive repair costs on your HVAC system.
Basic Maintenance
Check operating freon pressures
Clean and tighten all electrical connections
Inspect and clear condensation drain
Cycle and check thermostat for accuracy
Clean condenser coil
Check voltage and amperage to condensing unit
Test capacitor
Lubricate motor and moving parts
Check temperature difference
Recommended once a year
Premium Maintenance
Check operating freon pressures
Clean and tighten all electrical connections
Inspect and clear condensation drain
Cycle and check thermostat for accuracy
Clean condenser coil
​Check voltage and amperage to condensing unit
Test capacitor
Lubricate motor and moving parts
Check temperature differences
Replace both evaporator and condensor start capacitors
Replace condenser contactor
Up to one pound of freon
​Recommended every two years
10 Point Heating Inspection
Inspect heat exchanger for cracks and soot
Adjust flame for optimum efficiency
Check and clean burners
Check fan control and limit operation
Check and lubricate blower motor
Cycle and check thermostat for accuracy
Check and tighten all electrical connections
Check the operation for electric heat coils
Check operating freon pressures
Check pilot assembly and flame sensor rod
​Recommended once a year


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