residential

Air Conditioning

Inspection/Service
Verify & Inspect

* Amps
* Voltage
* Compressor
* Refrigerant Lines & Leak(s)
* Blower Motor
* Condenser Coil
* Indoor Coil
* Electrical Connections
* Operating Pressures
and Temperatures
* Blower Assembly
* Belt
* Thermostat
* Lubricate Bearings
(if necessary)
* Clean Condensate Drain
and/or Blow Out
* Install appropriate filter for unit
(if necessary)

Evaporative
(Swamp) Coolers

Inspection/Service
Verify & Inspect

* Motor
* Lubricate Bearings
(if necessary)
* Belts
* Sheaves
* Pumps
* Float
* Media
* Water Nozzles (clean out)

Heating System

Inspection/Service
Verify & Inspect

* Gas Leak(s)
* Burners and Clean (if necessary)
* Pilot Light
* Ignition System
* Vent Pipe and Draft Diverter
* Supply and Return Air Temperatures
* Amperage on Blower Motor
* Blower Assembly
* Belt
* Electrical System
* All Safety Controls
* Thermostat
* Electronically Test for Carbon Monoxide
* Lubricate Blower Motor
* Visually Inspect Heat Exchanger
(for cracks)
* Install appropriate filter for unit
(if necessary)

Boilers & Hydronic Systems

Inspection/Service
Verify & Inspect

* Amps
* Voltage
* Valves
* Pressures
* Agua Stat
* Circulation Pump
* Temperature
* Flame Safeties
* Pressure Relief Valve
* Electrical System

AND MORE …

Too many services to list —
speak to one of our
expert service technicians today!

TIPS FOR SERVICE APPOINTMENTS

* Know where all of the units in our heating and cooling system are located.

* Check your air filter. A dirty air filter is a common cause of problems.

* Write down the model numbers of all your equipment.

* Be ready to explain clearly what symptoms or problems you’ve had.

* Know how long ago your problem began.

* Make sure the system is accessible by the technician. If there is something blocking
any of your products, please remove it.

* If your system’s products are in an attic or crawl space, please make it easily accessible.

* Lock pets in a separate room so they don’t get in the way or get hurt.

* Make sure there’s an adult (18 or over) home to legally allow entry to your home.

* Be prepared to answer the phone. Many technicians will call to confirm the
appointment when they are on their way.

* If you rent your home, make sure you have your landlord’s permission to have
your system serviced.

* If your heat pump or air conditioner is frozen, shut it off before the technician arrives so to allow thaw.

* Make available a file containing information on all prior services performed on your system.

* Be prepared to make a payment to the technician.