Why Maintain your HVAC System?

Keeping your HVAC equipment in good repair can save you more than money and time. Imagine having a summer party in your home when your air conditioner fails, or in the dead of winter when your furnace stops working. Scrambling to find a technician can be stressful and time consuming. HVAC maintenance can help prevent repair emergencies.

Cooling and Heating System Maintenance

AC Maintenance

  • Check all electrical connections and components located at the air handler unit and the condensing unit
  • Check and clean the outdoor and indoor coils
  • Blow out the drain piping and trap
  • Clean evaporator pan and check drain’s operation
  • Change air filter if needed
  • Start system and check operating pressures and operation temperatures

Oil Furnace Maintenance

  • Brush and clean heat exchanger and smoke pipe
  • Change nozzle, oil filter, clean pump screen
  • Clean electrodes
  • Clean burner housing and burner wheel
  • Inspect burner coupling
  • Start furnace and make adjustments
  • Conduct an efficiency test and make final adjustments for peak efficiency

Oil Boiler Maintenance

  • Brush and clean heat exchanger, combustion chamber and smoke pipe
  • Change nozzle, oil filter, clean pump screen
  • Clean electrodes
  • Clean burner housing and burner wheel
  • Inspect burner coupling
  • Start boiler and make adjustments
  • Conduct an efficiency test and make final adjustments for peak efficiency

Gas Furnace Maintenance

  • Brush and clean heat exchanger and venting
  • Clean pilot assembly and burner assembly
  • Clean and inspect igniter and flame sensor
  • Check inducer motor and assembly
  • Check all electrical connections and components
  • Fire furnace and check operation
  • Conduct efficiency test and make final adjustments for peak efficiency

Gas Boiler Maintenance Procedures

  • Evaluate condition of equipment – note any water leaks, corrosion, soot, value gas leakage, odors, fuel leaks, etc.
  • Brush and clean heat exchanger and flue pipe if needed
  • Clean pilot assembly and burner tubes
  • Check and clean igniter and flame sensor
  • Check and clean venting
  • Fire boiler, test operation, perform efficiency test and make final adjustments for peak efficiency

Heat Pump Maintenance

  • Check all electrical connections and components located at the air handling and the condensing unit
  • Check the condition of the outdoor and indoor coils
  • Blow out drain piping and trap
  • Clean evaporator pan and check drain operation
  • Check operation of reversing valve and defrost cycle for proper heat pump operation
  • Clean or change filter
  • Start system and check operating pressures and temperatures