Pre-season preparation

Air conditioning systems are regulated appliances, requiring expert maintenance to properly function at the best rate of energy consumption.

Will your system be ready to handle this year's chill?

Regular preventive maintenance, performed twice a year, can help your system keep up with seasonal temperature swings. Plus, it can increase HVAC performance and help you avoid costly emergency repairs—because no one wants to be left without heat in the middle of 45 degree California weather. While most newer heating systems require little maintenance, a quick tune-up can greatly extend the life of your HVAC equipment, which ensures peak performance.

Annual Inspections

An annual inspection allows a technician to identify dirty coils and burned out contractors before they cause long term damage to your system.

Inspect unit for proper refrigerant level and adjust if necessary

Clean dirt, leaves and debris from inside cabinet

Inspect base pan for restricted drain openings—remove obstructions as necessary

Inspect coil and cabinet—clean as needed

Inspect fan motor and fan blades for wear and damage—on older models lubricate as needed

Inspect and clean blower assembly (includes blower housing, blower wheel and motor)

On older models, lubricate motor and inspect and replace fan belt if needed

Check combustion blower housing for lint and debris and clean as necessary

Inspect evaporator coil, drain pan and condensate drain lines. Clean as needed

Inspect for gas leaks in gas furnaces

Inspect burner assembly—clean and adjust as needed.

Inspect control box, associated controls, wiring and connections

Clean or replace air filters

Inspect conditioned airflow system (duct work)—check for leaks

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