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Preventative Maintenance

  • 1 h
  • Free
  • Enterprise Road

Service Description

The weather in Florida is characterized by hot, humid summers and cool damp winters. Furnaces, heat pumps and air conditioners endure tough conditions, and vital components are placed under significant stress. No matter what age your cooling and heating equipment may be, preventative HVAC maintenance will help reduce utility costs, improve comfort and extend the life of your equipment. Benefits of AC and Heating Maintenance Routine maintenance helps ensure your cooling and heating equipment will operate reliably for many years to come. When you choose an Energy Savings Service Agreement with AC Heating and Air Conditioning Services, you’ll enjoy a wide array of benefits: Semiannual cleaning and tune-ups in the fall and spring Priority service for plan customers Improved system performance and reliability 24/7 emergency service Preferred pricing on critical products, parts and services 10% off additional repairs needed Regardless of the brand of equipment you own, our flexible Energy Saving Service Agreement will save money and give you peace of mind, especially in the summer when the weather is extreme. Complete Furnace and AC Maintenance Services Tuning up your HVAC equipment is the single best investment you can make to improve efficiency, enhance comfort and lower repair costs. That’s why every major equipment manufacturer includes a maintenance provision as part of their warranty coverage. When you purchase one of our service agreements, our technicians will visit your home semiannually in the offseason to perform a variety of vital services designed to correct minor issues before they cause a major problem during extreme weather: Air Conditioners and Heat Pumps Lubricate the blower and fan motors as well as other moving parts Test for refrigerant leaks Check and reset the thermostat if necessary Inspect and tighten electrical connections Clean evaporator and condensing coils Remove debris from around the condenser Test defrost controls and contactors Test the liquid and suction line pressure Clean exterior cabinets Inspect and test the compressor Clean and inspect the drain pan and condensate lines Test electrical continuity and amp draw Check the temperature drop at the registers Change disposable filters Air balance the registers if necessary Furnaces Inspect the primary and secondary circuit boards Test and inspect the blower assembly Inspect and test the b-vent assembly Check the ignition system Inspect the flame sensor Test the gas valve

Contact Details

  • 2650 Enterprise Rd, Clearwater, FL, USA


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