Maintenance Agreements

Maintenance AgreementsService Agreements
Planned Maintenance Agreements can reduce operating costs and extend system life. In fact, experts estimate you can save $30 per month on utility bills by making sure your air conditioner is cleaned and serviced regularly.

Our Service Agreements Provide You With … Less Worry
We will notify you when it’s time for a system inspection so you won’t be bothered with untimely breakdowns. We provide you with two inspections per year. One service for your air conditioner in the spring and one service for your furnace in the fall.

We’ll check to be certain that your system is running at maximum efficiency. This provides not only a longer life to your unit but also a cost savings on your electric or gas bill!

Emerald Plan
Includes 3 routine calls

Routine Service
1. Fulfill warranty requirements
2. Maintains high efficiency
3. Lengthens equipment life
4. Avoids costly breakdowns

Planned Service Program

  • Clean cottonseeds from condenser each season
  • Change filters (price of filter extra)
  • Check belt for wear and proper tension
  • Check for loose set screws on pulleys
  • Check and oil blower
  • Check thermostat and blower cycle
  • Start air conditioner and check temperature drop across coil
  • Check refrigerant pressure, if necessary
  • Check evaporator for dirt
  • Check condensate drain
  • Check for signs of refrigerant leaks
  • Check condenser coil for dirt
  • Check tubing for excessive vibration
  • Check heat exchanger for cracks
  • Check for gas leaks
  • Check for loose thermocouple
  • Clean pilot and burner
  • Check gas pressure to burner manifold
  • Adjust flame
  • Check draft of flue
  • Check limit safety switch
  • Check pilot safety switch

Gold Plan
Includes 2 Routine Calls

Routine Service
1. Fulfill warranty requirements for regular maintenance
2. Maintains high efficiency
3. Lengthens equipment life
4. Avoids costly breakdown

Automatic Service Program

  • Change filters (price of filter extra)
  • Check belt for wear and proper tension
  • Check for loose set screws on pulleys
  • Check and oil blower
  • Check thermostat and blower cycle
  • Start air conditioner and check temperature drop across coil
  • Check refrigerant pressure, if necessary, and adjust for efficiency
  • Check evaporator for dirt
  • Check condensate drain
  • Check for signs of refrigerant leaks
  • Check condenser coil for dirt
  • Check tubing for excessive vibration
  • Check heat exchanger for cracks
  • Check for gas leaks
  • Check for loose thermocouple
  • Clean pilot and burner
  • Check gas pressure to burner manifold
  • Adjust flame
  • Check draft of flue
  • Check limit safety switch
  • Check pilot safety switch
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