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Preventative Maintenance

Our program includes 2 annual inspections which can prevent the inconvenience of a breakdown at an inopportune time. Your unit’s manufacturer recommends proper care and thorough cleaning on a regular basis, to keep your system functioning at maximum efficiency and to extend the life of your equipment. This also allows us to identify potentially unsafe conditions such as cracked heat exchangers or water damage from clogged air conditioning drains. A complete description of the program can be found in this package.

By becoming a member of our maintenance program, you are also entitled to a 15% discount on parts and labor for any additional work you may require. Also, if filters are on site, we will change them for you during our inspections. Remember, clean filters increase system reliability, keeps air flowing efficiently throughout the house and promotes better indoor air quality.

In summary, a Preventative Maintenance Program can save you money on energy and future repair costs. For additional information please contact us at (919) 754-8686.

Pricing:
  • 1-System: $159 per year
  • 2-System: $249* per year
  • 3-System: $329* per year
  • *$80.00 for each additional system

Current Contract Customers receive:

15% Discount on all repairs! | Priority Service

Check List:
  1. Replace the customer-supplied air filters.
  2. Chemically clean the outdoor coils.
  3. Chemically clean the indoor coils.
  4. Clean and treat the condensate pan.
  5. Clean and treat the condensate trap and lines.
  6. Check the condensing fan motor and blade for proper operation.
  7. Check the contactors and relays for pitting and voltage drop.
  8. Check the motor amperages on all motors.
  9. Check the bearings for wear.
  10. Lubricate motors per the manufacture’s recommendations.
  11. Tighten all accessible electrical and mechanical fittings.
  12. Check the refrigerant pressures.
  13. Check the refrigerant charge for proper amount.
  14. Check the sensors / thermostats for proper operation and calibration.
  15. Check compressors, check the windings, amps, volts and any related safety controls.
  16. Test and check capacitors.
  17. Visual inspection of the ductwork.
  18. Clean and check condensate pumps if required.
Gas Heat Check List
  1. Replace Customer supplied air filters
  2. Inspect evaporator coil (clean if required)
  3. Check inducer /vent motor and amperage
  4. Check evaporator fan motor and wheel for proper operation
  5. Check and test all capacitors
  6. Inspect and clean burners
  7. Inspect and clean flame sensor
  8. Inspect and test hot surface igniter/spark igniter
  9. Check gas valves and gas pressures to system
  10. Check bearings for wear
  11. Visual inspection of flame and flame pattern
  12. Check condition of flue/vent piping
  13. Check circuit board
  14. Tighten electrical connections (low and high voltage)
  15. Clean pilot assembly (if required)
  16. Check thermo-couple (replace if needed)
  17. Check fan limit control
  18. Check thermostat operation
  19. Set heat anticipator (if required)
  20. Check heat exchanger for cracks
  21. Visual inspection of duct work
  22. Clean drain lines (90% furnace)
Heat Pump Check List
  1. Replace customer supplied air filters
  2. Inspect evaporator coil (clean if required)
  3. Check evaporator fan motor and wheel for proper operation
  4. Check resistance heat (ohm heater)
  5. Check amperage on resistance heat
  6. Test relay, sequencer and/or contactor for proper operation
  7. Inspect primary pan (clean if necessary)
  8. Check refrigerant pressures
  9. Test reversing valve in heat pump
  10. Test defrost board
  11. Test defrost cycle
  12. Check contactors and relays for pitting and voltage drops
  13. Test and check all capacitors
  14. Clean outdoor coil
  15. Check compressors, windings, amperages, voltage and any related safety controls
  16. Check condenser fan motor, amperage and voltage
  17. Check crank case heater, verify voltage amperages and operation
  18. Check levelness of outdoor unit
  19. Tighten all accessible electrical connections