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Annual Service Agreements - Maintenance to keep your air conditioners and furnaces operating effeciently

Annual Service Agreements

Annual Service Agreements are designed to extend the service life of air conditioning and heating equipment, and keep them running safely and efficiently. A typical service agreement should provide for a minimum of 2 visits per year (Spring and Fall) by a qualified technician who uses a routine check list to track the performance of your system. Discounts on repairs and emergency service are often extended to service agreement customers. Our annual service agreement offers both a generous discount, and an accounting of your system's past performance.

Benefits of Scheduled Maintenance

Ever heard "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure"? That saying is especially true when it comes to air conditioning and heating systems. Having me provide scheduled maintenance for your air conditioning and heating units can:

dot $$ reduce energy bills;
dot $$ reduce repair bills;
dot prevent untimely breakdowns;
dot assure safe equipment operation; and
dot defer replacement costs by prolonging equipment life.

 

Membership Benefits
Two Yearly System Tune-up's, Fall & Spring
10% discount, Applied to:
  1. Any additional repairs needed
  2. Installed parts
  3. System replacements
  4. Service repair calls

 

Annual Service Agreements starting at Only $85.00

I will Schedule Spring/Fall tune-ups ,
other discounts do not apply with this agreement.
As part of our scheduled maintenance, I perform the following services:

Air Conditioning Maintenance and Safety Check

  1. Clean filters
  2. Clean condenser coil
  3. Check refrigerant coil
  4. Add up to 1 lb. of refrigerant (if needed)
  5. Oil all motors
  6. Check electrical connections
  7. Connect gauges and check operating pressures
  8. Check compressor voltage and amperage
  9. Check condenser fan motor voltage and amperage
  10. Check evaporator fan motor voltage and amperage
  11. Measure evaporator superheat
  12. Measure temperature difference across evaporator
  13. Lubricate all moving parts
  14. Check belt/tension
  15. Check filter condition
  16. Megohm compressor motor windings
  17. Check compressor contactor points
  18. Check and tighten all electrical connections
  19. Clean and adjust thermostat
  20. Clear condensate drain
  21. Analyze capacitors
  22. Check compressor crankcase heater

Heating Maintenance and Safety Check

  1. Oil all motors
  2. Adjust flame
  3. Check electrical connections
  4. Run test of unit
  5. Drain water cooler (if applicable)
  6. Check burner and pilot assemblies
  7. Check heat exchanger for cracks
  8. Check filter condition
  9. Lubricate fan motor
  10. Check belt/tension
  11. Check draft diverter
  12. Check vent piping
  13. Test gas piping at furnace for leaks
  14. Measure manifold gas pressure
  15. Check pilot thermocouple
  16. Test electronic ignition
  17. Test furnace/adjust for efficiency
  18. Measure temperature rise
  19. Test fan operation
  20. Test limit switch
  21. Check filter panel for secure fit
  22. Test for carbon monoxide
  23. Set heat anticipator

Electric Heat

  1. Test continuity on elements
  2. Check electrical connections
  3. Check amperage on all heat elements

Heat Pump

  1. Test reversing valve.
  2. Test defrost control.

Why Do I Need Maintenance If My System Is Working?

Many problems are identified during routine maintenance that are quick and inexpensive to eliminate, and save hundreds of dollars in operating and repair costs. For instance, a faulty compressor capacitor will cause your unit to use up to 30% more electricity and compressor overheating. Unchecked, this results in higher utility bills and possible compressor failure. The cost of operating your unit in this condition for two months would exceed the cost of the repair!

Do I Need My System Checked Every Year?

In North Georgia, central air conditioning units run over a 1,000 hours per year to cool our homes. If you were to drive your automobile for 1,000 hours in one year at today's speed limit, you would have driven 70,000 miles. You wouldn't think of leaving on a journey like that without making sure everything was in tiptop condition and your gas mileage was at its best. It's pretty incredible that our air conditioners can give us up to 25 years of service under conditions like that, when properly maintained.


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