Precision Tune-Ups

iStock_000017630743SmallDon’t wait until you have a problem with your equipment before giving it a Tune-up. Instead, schedule our Precision Tune-Up right now, it can help you save more on your monthly energy costs. In fact, routine furnace and AC maintenance is vital to efficient, worry-free heating and cooling.

Others may claim they know how to do a tune-up, but get the facts first. Some of these so-called “tune-ups” are nothing more than a basic HVAC System Inspection. Here’s the bottom line: nothing compares to our twice yearly full 22-point Heating and 17-point Air Conditioning Precision Tune-Ups. Our tune-ups are so thorough you’ll marvel at our expertise and the improved performance of you system.

Why should you utilize our high-quality maintenance and tune-ups? Because our services include:

Furnace Tune-Up:

  • Check thermostat calibration
  • Clean and adjust furnace burner assembly
  • Clean furnace ignition assembly
  • Check combustion air
  • Test furnace starting capabilities
  • Examine heat exchanger for damage and corrosion
  •  Monitor flue draft
  • Test furnace safety controls
  •  Inspect gas piping
  •  Clean and/or replace standard air filters
  •  Measure for correct air flow
  •  Tighten electrical connections
  • Measure volts and amps
  • Lubricate all moving furnace parts
  • Clean condensate drains
  • Measure temperature difference between supply air and return air
  • Adjust gas pressure
  •  Adjust pilot
  • Monitor heating cycle
  • In place, clean and adjustment of blower components
  • Examine furnace installation quality
  • Examine equipment condition area, and clearances

Air Conditioner Tune-Up:

  • Check thermostat calibration
  • Monitor refrigerant pressure
  • Test AC starting capabilities
  • Test air conditioner safety controls
  • Clean and/or replace standard air filters
  • In place, clean and adjustment of blower components
  • Measure for correct air flow
  • Tighten electrical connections
  • Measure volts and amps
  • Lubricate all moving parts
  • Clean condensate drain
  • Measure temperature difference between supply air and return air
  • Monitor cooling cycle
  • Inspect evaporator coil
  • Examine installation quality
  • Examine equipment condition area, and clearances
  • Clean condenser coil