Your air conditioning, heating and plumbing systems need regular maintenance to continue running safely and efficiently. Without regular maintenance on these systems, you will end up paying much more on repairs and energy bills.
When heating and air conditioning systems are maintained properly, you can add several years of efficient use (3-5 in some cases).
Inspecting, cleaning and adjusting proper airflow for comfort levels keeps your system working efficiently. System efficiency can be reduced by up to 15 perfect from airflow problems.
System parts that lack the needed lubrication and upkeep cause resistance in motors and increase the amount of electricity used. This resistance also causes equipment to wear out quickly, causing more frequent need of repairs and replacements.
Heating and cooling systems check-ups have a large effect on your utility bills. As much as half of energy used in your home goes to heating and cooling, taking the correct precautions and tune-ups will save you money month to month.
HVAC MAINTENANCE: During each tune up, the technician will complete the following:
- Clean and adjust burner, ignition and heat exchanger or elements
- Clean, replace or adjust air filters and blower components
- Clean condenser coil and condensate drains
- Monitor flue draft and refrigerant pressure
- Measure volts/amps, temperature difference and correct air flow
- Test starting capabilities and safety controls
- Tighten electrical connections
- Lubricate all moving parts
- Apply protective coating to outside unit
- Adjust thermostat calibration
- Replace filters
PLUMBING INSPECTION: During each visit the technician will complete the following:
Water Heater Check
Check the burner assembly on your gas water heater; visually check the Temperature & Pressure relief valve for safe operation. Check the vent assembly for carbon monoxide leakage. If electric, check the thermostat settings and readjust. Insure the water heater is operating at peak efficiency.
We will check under the kitchen sink and all lavatories for leaks and corrosion. We will also check for ease of operation and clean the aerators on all of your faucets throughout the house for proper water flow.
We will inspect the toilet and tank for any leaks and proper flushing action. We will check the water measuring device for proper adjustment along with the flapper for a proper water seal. The float ball, overflow tube and any linkage will be adjusted and set to the manufacturers specifications.
Water Pressure Regular Check
Our service technician will check the water pressure on the incoming water line and make any necessary adjustments to your exposed regulator. High water pressure could damage your water heater, fixtures and could cause a pipe to burst in the plumbing system.
Our service technician will check for slow drains on your kitchen sink, all lavatories, and your tub and shower drain. We will treat all drains with Bio-Clean. Bio-Clean is an environmentally sound bacteria and enzyme drain treatment that eats its way through drain pipes, septic tanks and grease traps without harming pipes, containers or any other inorganic material.
The service technician will walk through your home inspecting your plumbing system and tighten any loose faucet handle during the inspection process. Gas connectors will be inspected visually as well as any exposed piping. You will be shown where your emergency shut-off valve is located along with your emergency gas shut-off, in case of emergency. Your service technician will check under your house for leakage on drains and water lines. He will also inspect under all toilets, tubs, showers, etc. for leakage.