A regular maintenance visit from one of our expert technicians can go a long way toward avoiding the sudden expense and discomfort of an emergency breakdown. In addition to protecting your investment, you can rest assured that your family is safe, your system is operating at peak efficiency, and that you will receive preferential emergency service scheduling as well as a 5% discount on any additional repair. Contact us to sign up for any of these valuable plans.
Heating and Air Conditioning Maintenance:
Gas Furnace 1. Clean and adjust automatic controls. 2. Inspect burners. 3. Adjust combustion for optimum fuel efficiency. 4. Lubricate as needed. 5. Test for combustion leaks. 6. Test safety shut off response. 7. Check blower belt wear, tension and alignment. 8. Check flue for satisfactory operation.
Electric Furnace 1. Clean and check automatic controls. 2. Check all wiring for loose connections and condition of insulation. 3. Check supply voltage. 4. Check amperage draw. 5. Lubricate as needed. 6. Test safety shut-off response. 7. Check blower belt wear, tension and alignment.
Heat Pump 1. Clean condenser coil if necessary. 2. Lubricate as needed. 3. Check defrost cycle and reversing valve operation. 4. Check safety devices and electrical connections for tightness. 5. Check for oil and refrigerant leaks. 6. Test electrical controls for proper operation. 7. Check refrigerant level. 8. Check refrigerant controls and coil temperature for maximum efficiency. 9. Check condensate drain.
Air Conditioner 1. Clean condenser coil if necessary. 2. Check electrical connections for tightness. 3. Adjust system for optimum cooling. 4. Check for oil and refrigerant leaks. 5. Check safety devices. 6. Check blower belt wear, tension and alignment. 7. Check expansion valve and coil temperatures. 8. Check refrigerant level. 9. Check condensate drain. 10. Lubricate as needed.
Boiler Maintenance: Water and Steam Boiler 1. Blow down boiler. 2. Fill boiler. 3. Adjust combustion for optimum fuel efficiency. 4. Clean and test controls. 5. Check and test safety controls. 6. Check flue for satisfactory operation. 7. Visual leak inspection. 8. Inspect pump (if applicable).
Ductless Mini Splits Maintenance: Mini-Split Ductless A/C or Heat Pump 1. Inspect and check overall operation. 2. Tighten electrical connections. 3. Check control panel. 4. Check air intake to ensure no obstructions. 5. Clean outside terminal. 6. Visually inspect for signs of refrigerant leaks. 7. Lubricate as needed. 8. Clean motor fan and blower wheel, condensate pan and drain tube. 9. Clean, disinfect and deodorize the evaporator coil. 10. Add PurCool filter strip to prevent buildup.
Hot Water Heater Maintenance Instantaneous/Tankless/On-Demand Hot Water Heater 1. Inspect and check overall operation. 2. Inspect and clean intake screen. 3. Flush and descale water lines using non-acid, non-toxic cleaner certified for potable water systems. 4. Check control panel. 5. Check air intake and venting to ensure no obstructions. 6. Analyze flow rate.
Generator Maintenance Whole-house permanently installed backup generators 1. Check overall operation of generator. 2. Change air filter. 3. Change oil filter and oil. 4. Change spark plugs. 5. Check air intake to ensure no obstructions. 6. Check battery terminals. 7. Check for oil leaks.
Commercial Preventative Click here to learn more about our preventative maintenance for commercial properties. Regular maintenance is the best way to increase your equipment’s longevity, maximize your energy usage, AND avoid costly repairs. Sign up right away and you don’t have to worry about remembering when maintenance is due. Our office will give you a call to schedule.