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Preventive maintenance agreements are agreements between you and your heating and cooling contractor for scheduled inspections and maintenance of your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems.  Preventive maintenance can help extend the life of your HVAC system.

Preventive maintenance is generally scheduled semi-annually to maintain peak efficiency, prevent utility overpayment, and avert system failures.  Preventive maintenance consist of a fall and spring scheduled service call by one of our heating and cooling technicians to inspect  your entire HVAC system preparing it for the upcoming season in a proactive approach before system failure and prior to overpaying your utility company.

Notice: A link to our preventive maintenance agreement is at the bottom of this page.
Out of Sight, NOT Out of Mind

The old but true cliché “out of sight, out of mind” is often the reason for neglected maintenance guidelines for your HVAC system. HVAC systems are usually installed where they aren’t seen, such as in a section of the basement, a closet, on rooftops, or in mechanical rooms, making them easy to ignore. The systems are simply taken for granted, until they fail. Decreased efficiency, utility overpayment, discomfort, loss of productivity, eventual premature replacement, and higher repair costs are the result.

Just because your HVAC system is out of sight, does not mean it can be neglected. Getting your HVAC system checked twice annually is just as important as changing the oil in your car every 3,000 miles! 

What should you expect your Heating and Cooling service technician to do during a Preventative Maintenance visit?

  • Check system functions, safety controls, and adjust the operating sequence where appropriate.
  • Inspect electrical components and connections and repair/replace or tighten as required.
  • Ensure proper airflow and change dirty air filters.
  • Inspect pumps, lubricate, and check flow rates where appropriate.
  • Clean and lubricate motors as required.
  • Examine belts, adjust and align as required.
  • Inspect, clean and balance blowers as required.
Spring Visit (preparation for summer season):
  • Clean inside coil, condensate pans, condensate traps, and condensate lines to prevent obstructions.
  • Clean outside coil and straighten fins for efficient operation.
  • Check refrigerant levels and if low, find the leak and return refrigerant to proper level.
Fall Visit (preparation for winter season):
  • Clean the burner assembly.
  • Remove soot from fireside of burner.
  • Clean and check operation of humidifier.
  • Visually or with remote camera, inspect heat exchanger for cracks.
  • Adjust air/fuel ratio of burner and perform combustion analysis.
What’s your bottom line?
  • Savings: Preventative Maintenance typically more than pay for themselves through higher efficiency, less utility overpayment, and contractor discounts.
  • Peace of Mind: Predictive maintenance will mean fewer system failures and a longer life for your HVAC equipment.
  • Priority Service: Should a system failure occur during the heat of the summer or the cold of the winter, customers with Preventive Maintenance Agreements generally receive priority service.

To view or print a copy of our Preventive Maintenance Agreement click here
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