Preventive Maintenance

With regular maintenance you will prevent small problems from becoming big problems and ensure optimal performance of your comfort system. We also offer annual service agreements, which can reduce the cost of a Performance Tune-Up.

Regular maintenance will:

  • Provide longer lasting equipment
  • Reduce utility bills
  • Reduce repairs
  • Provide a more comfortable indoor environment
  • Protect your investment

What we do during a Performance Tune-Up:

Heating Tune-up

1.    Check compressor amps / volts, capacitors
2.    Check blower motor amps/volts, capacitor
3.    Tighten electrical connections
4.    Check / lubricate blower motor and bearings
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.  Measure for correct airflow
11.  Test starting capabilities
12.  Test safety controls
13.  Check thermostat operation / calibrate if necessary
14.  Replace supplied filters

For Heat pumps:

15.  Check compressor amps/volts, capacitors
16.  Monitor refrigerant pressures
17.  Inspect refrigerant piping for vibration /rubbing
18.  Inspect condenser coils for cleanliness
19.  Inspect condition outdoor cabinet and disconnect
20.  Check condenser fan motor amps/volts and fan blade
21.  Tighten electrical connections
22.  Check / lubricate motors and bearings.
23.  Inspect contactor condition
24.  Inspect reversing valve ( Heat pump)

Cooling Tune-up

1.    Check compressor amps/volts, capacitors
2.    Monitor refrigerant pressures
3.    Inspect refrigerant piping for vibration /rubbing
4.    Inspect condenser coils for cleanliness
5.    Inspect condition outdoor cabinet and disconnect
6.    Check condenser fan motor amps/volts and fan blade
7.    Check electrical connections
8.    Check / lubricate motors and bearings.
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, capacitor
15.  Check / lubricate blower motor and bearings
16.  Inspect evaporator coil for cleanliness
17.  Measure temperature rise or drop
18.  Inspect condensate drain and pan
19.  Check condensate pump for proper operation
20.  Check thermostat operation / calibrate if necessary
21.  Replace customer supplied filters