Preventative Maintenance

Preventative Maintenance Programs

We try to “custom tailor” each PM program to the individual customer. Although HVAC systems are generally the same, there are a few items, conditions and components that make yours unique.

The following is a sample base description of duties.

Preventive maintenance on your unit is the best way to keep your unit running efficiently. To schedule preventive maintenance call us at 203-925-9828.


Annual preventive maintenance ensures the following:

  • Save Money Every Day: Annual maintenance substantially increases both the efficiency and capacity of your equipment. This means keeping cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter will cost you less.
  • Avoid Emergencies: Emergency breakdowns are expensive and disruptive. With regular tune-ups, minor potential problems are corrected before they may become emergencies.
  • Protect Your Investment: Annual maintenance prevents excess wear and can also limit damages when minor components fail. This increases the life of your equipment and decreases the size of future repair bills.
  • Priority Service: Homeowners who schedule regular annual maintenance get priority service, avoiding delays that others may experience in peak months.
  • Transferable Protection: If you sell your home, the agreement shifts automatically to the new owner, making your home more desirable for renters or buyers.
  • Multi-Unit Discount:I f you have more than one unit, service agreement coverage on the second or third unit is discounted.
  • Homeowner Protection against Inflation: The price of the agreement is fixed; there will be no increase in the cost of the agreement to you during the agreement period unless additional equipment is needed.

A Preventive Maintenance tune-up includes the following: 

  • Inspect condenser coil
  • Clean outdoor condenser coil
  • Check refrigerant level
  • Service blower motor
  • Check suction pressure
  • Check line voltage
  • Check all electrical connections
  • Check blower belt
  • Check high pressure
  • Check thermostats
  • Check drains
  • Check safety switch
  • Clean pilot area
  • Clean burner area
  • Check fan control
  • Lubricate fans and motors
  • Inspect heat exchanger
  • Inspect fan belt
  • Inspect draft at flue diverter
  • Check heat anticipator
  • Clean and inspect filter
  • Calibrate burners for maximum efficiency
  • Check manifold gas pressure (if necessary)
  • Check high limit control