The Best Tune-Up & Inspection In Town

  • Lower utility bills.
  • Extended equipment life.
  • Fewer repairs, breakdowns, and improved system reliability.
  • Peace of mind for you and your family.
  • Increased heating capacity, priority service for the rest of the year.

Heating System

  • Inspect and tighten all electrical connections and terminals.
  • Remove, clean and adjust main burners.
  • Remove, clean, and adjust main gas burners.
  • Thoroughly brush and vacuum clean the heat exchanger.
  • Inspect the flue assemble and test flue gas drafting.
  • Camera inspect heat exchanger for cracks and rusting problems.
  • Test and inspect all furnace safety controls.
  • Test and adjust gas pressure if needed.
  • Lubricate all fan motors and moving parts.
  • Measure and adjust blower for correct airflow.
  • Adjust dampers and set proper blower speed.
  • Clean, level, test, and calibrate thermostat.
  • Measure and record heating output.
  • Inspect and test all system transformers, relays, contactors and controls
  • Repair minor air leaks in plenum and return airdrop
  • Inspect and test thermocouple output as well as pilot safety switch.
  • Measure all electrical voltage, amperage and components resistance.
  • Test for carbon monoxide with electronic carbon-monoxide analyzer.
  • Complete and present full written report and make any necessary recommendations.

Cooling System

  • Chemically clean and thoroughly wash condenser.
  • Lubricate motor and fan bearings.
  • Inspect evaporator coil and drain pan when readily accessible.
  • Clean and inspect drain lines and fittings.
  • Clean, level and calibrate thermostat.
  • Adjust and thoroughly clean blower and fan assembly (without removal).
  • Inspect, tighten and test all electrical.
  • Test system start and run capacitors.
  • Test all controls, relays, transformers, contactors, motors and fans.
  • Inspect all cooling system electrical wires, connectors and terminals.
  • Measure starting and running amperes, line voltage, and control voltage.
  • Test system starting capabilities.
  • Test system for proper air flow.
  • Monitor refrigerant (Freon) pressures and temperatures.
  • Test and record super-heat and sub-cooling.
  • Adjust Freon metering control per manufacturers recommendations.
  • Apply weather resistant protective coating to the condenser unit.
  • Test and measure air-conditioning system for proper production.
  • Complete and present full written report and make any necessary recommendations.