Central Heating and A/C Maintenance
Ideally, we should be able to turn on our central heat and air units and have them deliver exactly what we want, at the temperature we want, all day long. Most of the time this is the case. What is difficult to discern is when the HVAC unit is not running efficiently. Sure, it’s on and putting out heat or cold air, but is it working too hard?

Think of your HVAC unit like a car. It has a motor and runs off a certain type of energy. In the same way that you change your car’s oil, spark plugs, recharge the battery, etc, these HVAC motors also need regular attention to run efficiently and effectively.

With proper maintenance, a new air conditioner should last 12-15 years, and can last much longer than that in some cases. With central air and/or window units it’s not only important to have routine maintenance performed on them, but to also use other features that will help you’re A/C run even better.

Below is a check list that will be followed if you are one of our biannual maintenance customers:

Our “Worry-Free HVAC Maintenance Program” includes:

  • Clean Coils – as needed; additional cost
  • Clean and Level Outside Unit
  • Check Refrigerant as needed; additional cost for freon
  • Check Temperature Drop
  • Check Filters
  • Check Operation & Controls
  • Check Contractor Points
  • Check AMPS and Voltage
  • Check Electrical Connections
  • Check Vibration and Noise
  • Check Safeties
  • Check All Belts
  • Check Heat Exchanger
  • Oil Motors
  • Vacuum Drain Lines

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