Heating and cooling systems have a way of breaking down when the weather is at its worst; on the coldest day of a frigid winter, or during a sizzling summer heat wave; times when your comfort system must work the hardest, and when you need it most. Regular check-ups will help to maximize the life expectancy of your system; unfortunately, even the best maintenance won’t prevent normal wear and tear.

Comprehensive Preventative Maintenance Program:

Performance Furnace Tune-Up
  • Test for carbon monoxide leaks
  • Clean burner assembly
  • Clean ignition assembly
  • Clean blower motor
  • Inspect filtration system
  • Adjust blower components
  • Lubricate moving parts as required
  • Test and adjust safety controls
  • Tighten electrical connections
  • Calibrate thermostat
  • Check flue draft
  • Check combustion
  • Inspect vent piping
  • Inspect humidification system
Performance Air Conditioner Tune-Up
  • Clean condenser coil
  • Inspect evaporator coil if accessible
  • Clean condensate drain
  • Clean blower motor
  • Inspect filtration system
  • Adjust blower components
  • Lubricate moving parts as required
  • Inspect for refrigerant leaks
  • Test condensate pump
  • Tighten electrical connections
  • Test starting capabilities
  • Measure air temperature differential
  • Monitor refrigerant pressure
  • Measure amperage and voltage
Performance Fan Coil Tune-Up
  • Inspect evaporator coil
  • Clean blower motor
  • Inspect filtration system
  • Adjust blower components
  • Lubricate moving parts as required
  • Test and adjust safety controls
  • Tighten electrical connections
  • Calibrate thermostat
  • Inspect humidification system
  • Inspect electrical heating elements
Performance Heat Pump Tune-Up
  • Clean condenser coil
  • Clean condensate drain
  • Check defrost controls
  • Inspect auxiliary heaters
  • Inspect filtration system
  • Lubricate moving parts as required
  • Inspect for refrigerant leaks
  • Test condensate pump
  • Tighten electrical connections
  • Test starting capabilities
  • Measure air temperature differential
  • Monitor refrigerant pressure
  • Measure amperage and voltage

Maintenance Contract General Terms:

  • Clean condenser coil
  • Clean condensate drain
  • Check defrost controls
  • Inspect auxiliary heaters
  • Inspect filtration system
  • Lubricate moving parts as required
  • Inspect for refrigerant leaks
  • Test condensate pump
  • Tighten electrical connections
  • Test starting capabilities
  • Measure air temperature differential
  • Monitor refrigerant pressure
  • Measure amperage and voltage

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