Maintain it!

As Benjamin Franklin famously said, “An ounce of prevention saves thousands of dollars in repairs.” It’s something like that.

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Longer Life

Regular maintenance will extend the life of your unit and is often required by manufacturer warranties. Viva la HVAC!

Improved Energy Efficiency

Keeping your system in proper working order will save you approximately 20-25% on your energy bill!

Lower Cost of Ownership

Having a professional regularly inspect and maintain your system will help you avoid, mitigate, or prepare for costly repairs.

Priority Service

If your system is going to fail, chances are it will fail when temperatures are extremely hot or cold. Unfortunately those are the times when service companies are the busiest

Extreme temperatures are typically when HVAC units fail; it’s also when service companies are the busiest. As a Planned Maintenance Customer you will be prioritized first.

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$160.00

ANNUALLY*

(normal hours) *for the first system.

This is the cost of our NATE certified technician coming out and diagnosing the cause of the issue.

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What Happens During a Maintenance Visit?

At a maintenance visit we inspect and maintain dozens of components that

make up your HVAC system. However, the primary five that we look at are:

Indoor Evaporator Coils

We clean coils to increase system efficiency (dirty coils slow down airflow) and check drains for leaks.

Fan Blades & Motor

Must be clean and balance to ensure the motor does not heat and overload.

Refrigerant Level

Refrigerant needs close monitoring; even a 15% undercharge will lower your system’s efficiency by 25%.

Heat Exchangers & CO2 Levels

If co2 levels are too high they may cause fissures, cracking or even surface combustion of your heat pump.

Check Compressor Amp Draw

Abnormal amp draw can be a safety hazard or and indicator of larger issues.

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