Preventive Maintenance can often spot small problems before they become large. Should repairs be necessary at any time during your agreement, you will receive a 10% discount on all repairs and priority service.


  • Protect you Home
  • Improve Efficiency
  • Reduce Heating & Cooling Cost
  • Add Years to your Equipment Life
  • Priority Service
  • Repair Discounts

Dirt and neglect are the #1 causes for heating and cooling failure. One of the most important steps you can take to prevent future problems and unwanted costs is bi-annual maintenance.

When done properly, maintaining your system will safe you money on energy bills and, just as importantly, help your system last longer.

Enjoy the piece of mind that only comes with knowing your comfort system has been certified by our technicians.

Our Annual Maintenance Agreement evaluates the condition of the following items

  • Thermostat Calibration & Operation
  • Indoor Coil Condition
  • Clean Air Filter
  • Electric Heater Controls & Operation
  • Relays & Indoor Unit Wiring
  • Indoor Blower Motor
  • System General Physical Condition
  • Indoor Temperature Rise/Fall
  • Outdoor Fan Blade Balance
  • Outdoor Fan Motor
  • Contractor Points
  • Starting Components
  • Outdoor Unit Wiring
  • Compressor Amperage/Performance
  • Defrost Components
  • Reversing Valve Operations
  • Duct work

Summer Cooling 10 Point Service Check

  • Install gauges and check operating pressure
  • Clean condenser with water
  • Check & tighten all eletrical connections
  • Lubricate barings & motors where applicable
  • Inspect & clear condensation drain
  • Cycle & chekect thermostat for accuracy
  • Check & adjust fan belts where applicable
  • Check voltage & amperage to condensing unit
  • Clear or change up to 2 basic air filters per system*
  • Adjust charge to proper sub coiling or super heater factory specs

* Additional charge for extra or specialty filter

Winter Heating 10 Point Service Check

  • Inspect heat exchanger for cracks & soot
  • Adjust flame for optimum efficiency
  • Check fuel pipe & be sure of adequate draft
  • Check & clean burners as necessary
  • Check fuel supply for leaks & operating pressure
  • Check & clean pilot assembly
  • Check fan control & limit operation
  • Check & lubricate blower assembly as necessary
  • Cycle & check thermostat for accuracy
  • Clean or change up to 2 basic air filters per system*

* Additional charge for extra or specialty filters

We Service All Makes & Models




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  • Discovered that a 23% refrigirant undercharge could result i a 52% efficiency loss

  • Says that a microbial growth accumemlates on a wet evaporator coil and acts as an insulator. it reduces heat transfer from the air. As little as 0.05" build-up of a stickey, dirty substance on the cooling coil can cut efficencies up to 32%. In case a system will need to operate longer to achieve the set temperature, wasting energy and increasing wer and tear on the unit.

  • Found thatr consumers could save $30.00 per month just by making sure that their ariconditioning system is cleaned and serviced regularly. LSU determined that without proper air filtration, airflow can be reduced by 30% over time Capacity can be reduced by over 12%  

  • States that a typical heating pump would lose almost 50% of its efficiency after 20 years., even if a typical "dust stop" filter had been installed. Also in 20 years, a unit's efficiency could degrade by 50% if it is not properly maintained. This would double the energy cost.

  • Researchers found that by repairing leaking ductwork, cooling energy ws reduced by an average of 17.4%

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