Maintenance Plan

A precision tune-up maintenance is a critical service needed to maintain efficiently operating heating and air conditioning equipment.

Reasons for Planned Maintenance

  • Clean Burner Assembly to improve combustion, reducing waste heat.
  • Tune Burners for more efficient burns, saving energy.
  • Clean Ignition Assembly to ensure reliable operation on demand.
  • Clean and Inspect to ensure safe operation and the absence of cracks from metal fatigue.
  • Verify Flue Draft to ensure dangerous gas by-products are properly venting to the outdoors and flue pipes are free from obstruction.
  • Inspect Flue Pipe to ensure no corrosion is present which can lead to cracks and the introduction of dangerous fumes into your home.
  • Calibrate Thermostat for accurate control and to prevent system from running longer than necessary, increasing utility usage.
  • Test Refrigerant Charge to ensure optimum levels leading to lower utility usage and extend compressor life.
  • Test Capacitors to ensure reliable operation and continued compressor and motor protection.
  • Test Crankcase Heaters to ensure proper compressor protection.
  • Inspect and Test Controls to keep operating costs low and prevent failures.
  • Adjust Fan Switch to prevent wasted energy and excess sound levels from nuisance cycling.
  • Adjust Balancing Dampers to improve comfort.
  • Clean or Replace Filters to reduce energy use, reduce compressor strain, improve indoor air quality, and improve comfort.
  • Clean and Adjust Blower Assembly to extend motor life, improves air quality, and reduces sound.
  • Clean Air Flow to ensure proper air flow across the coil for proper humidity removal and reliable operation.
  • Visually Inspect Ductwork to identify obvious leaks, which reduce system efficiency and increase utility expense.
  • Tighten Electrical Connections to ensure uninterrupted system operation.
  • Measure and Record Voltage and Amperage to identify baseline operating conditions.
  • Lubricate All Moving Parts to maintain efficiency and extend equipment life.
  • Clean outside Condensing Coil to restore heat transfer efficiency and reduce utility cost.
  • Clean Condensate Drains to prevent water damage and the potential for mold formation.