Preventative Maintenance Protection Plan

Preventative Maintenance

It is the recommendation of utilities and manufacturers to have regular preventative maintenance. The benefit of regularly scheduled preventative maintenance to you is that it prolongs equipment life, can reduce the extent or frequency of failures, and helps contain fuel bills. A service agreement also gives you priority service over non-agreement customers should you experience a breakdown. Finally, you get peace of mind by having trained professionals check to make sure your home comfort appliances are safe to operate.

The following work is done on equipment listed below:

  • Check all Wiring & Connections, tighten as necessary
  • Check Heat Exchanger & Burners
  • Check Flue Draft & Piping
  • Check Gas Valve Operation
  • Check for Gas Leaks
  • Check Pilot, Ignition & Flame
  • Check Fan / Blower & Belts
  • Check all Safeties
  • Check Contactor & Relays
  • Check Operating Pressures & Temperatures
  • Inspect Condenser Coil
  • Change Standard Size Air Filter
    (16x20x1, 16x25x1, 20x20x1, 20x25x1)
  • Inspect & Flush Condensate Drains
  • Inspect Indoor Coil if Accessible
  • Check Thermostat
  • Make Necessary Recommendations

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