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HVAC Systems can typically last 10 years or more. The Key is to take care of them. Incorporating a Maintenance Plan can not only keep your system running efficiently but also make it last longer.

Another upside to the Maintenance Plan is that twice a year, a professional HVAC Tech will be assessing your HVAC system and keeping you informed potential problems, its life expectancy and whether or not you should be prepared to replace a part in the near future.

Usually they’re around $150/year and well worth it.

We offer a Maintenance Plan with a 23 Pt. Inspection. Click Here to check out exactly what it covers and how it can help you make sure you’re getting the best use out of your HVAC system!


  1. Chemically clean and thoroughly wash condenser coil(s).
  2. Thoroughly clean or replace standard air filter(s).
  3. Wash and level condensing unit for proper motor and bearing wear.
  4. Lubricate motor and fan bearings as well as other moving parts as necessary.
  5. Clean and inspect evaporator coil and drain pan when readily accessible.
  6. Clean and inspect condensate drain lines and fittings.
  7. Clean, level and calibrate thermostat.
  8. Adjust and thoroughly clean blower motor and fan assembly as needed.
  9. Inspect, tighten and test all electrical connections. This includes disconnect switch.
  10. Inspect all cooling system electrical wires, connectors and terminals.
  11. Test system starting and running capacitors.
  12. Test all controls, switches, relays, transformers, contactors, motors and fans.
  13. Measure starting and running amperes, line voltage and control voltage.
  14. Test system starting capabilities.
  15. Test system for proper air flow and air delivery.
  16. Inspect and adjust all safety controls.
  17. Monitor refrigerant (freon) pressures and temperatures.
  18. Test and record super-heat and sub-cooling. Compare with factory specifications.
  19. Adjust freon metering control device per factory/manufacturers recommendations.
  20. Test and measure air conditioning system for proper production and capacity.
  21. Monitor fan motors and compressor operating temperatures.
  22. Apply weather resistant protective coating to the outside unit (condensor).
  23. Complete and present full written report and make any necessary recommendations.

Call us today to schedule your 23-Point Check Up.