18 Point Heating and Air Conditioning Spring Time Check-Up Special $59
(Reg $99…Limited time only…special price is per unit)
18 Point Check-Ups are conducted on currently functioning units as part of your annual maintenance program. If your air conditioning unit or furnace isn’t working properly, you are in need of a Service Call, not a Check-Up. Click here for our current Service Call specials.
Most Heating and Air Conditioning problems can be detected in advance with a simple check up, before the problems start here in Dallas.
Did you know that your Heating and Air Conditioning system can lose 5% of its efficiency every year it misses a tune-up?
For a limited time only, take advantage of our 18 point Spring Check-up Special. One of our Extreme Comfort Air Conditioning and Heating Technicians will check all of your air conditioner critical system component measurements, inspect accessible components for wear or potential issues, and measure heating system levels for optimum performance. In addition, your technician will check overall system air flow and operation and tighten, adjust, lubricate, & calibrate components as necessary.
Please note…outside temperatures must be above 70° to receive proper readings. If any issues are detected, your Extreme Comfort technician will provide you with a suggested plan of action . Necessary parts and repair services additional. Rooftop units extra. Expires 03/31/2020.
Semi Annual Maintenance Check Ups are included FREE for Comfort Club Members. Click for details.
18 Point Cooling System Check Up Includes:
- Thermostat – Check temperature display accuracy and tighten lose wires that can cause short cycling.
- System Performance / Split Temp – Measure temperature differential across evaporator coil. Split should be 18-20°.
- Air Filter – Clean or replace air filter, and inspect air return for air restrictions. (New filter will incur an additional charge)
- Air Ducts – Check for air leaks. A cool attic during warm months is typically a sign of duct leakage.
- Electrical Box – Tighten connections and check for metal fatigue and electrical overheating (bluish-green discoloration).
- Condensate Drain – Check drain for debris blockage and look for key signs of drain overflow (rust or stains).
- Air Distribution – Check airflow and inspect areas where homeowners are experiencing a lack of comfort.
- Plenum – Check the duct transitions for leakage caused by system vibration or poor installation materials.
- Evaporator Coil – Check for bacteria build-up, formicary corrosion, galvanic corrosion, and leaking refrigerant oil. Dirty coils reduce efficiency and decrease air quality.
- Run Capacitors – Test all capacitors for proper microfarad “µf” capacity (max permitted ± 10%) and inspect for signs of leakage or bulging.
- Refrigerant – Confirm and record refrigerant pressures if system fails system performance testing or any of the visual coil inspections. Add up to 1lb of R-410a refrigerant if necessary.
- Condenser Coil – Examine coil for straightness and cleanliness, and leaking refrigerant oil. Take and evaluate outside split temp.
- Compressor – Test amp draw and compare it to max on data plate. Tighten loose wires at contactor.
- Safety Controls – Check all panel switches and pressure controls to make sure they are functioning properly.
- Condenser Motor – Check the amp draw and compare it to the max rating. Check bearings and lubricate motor as necessary.
- Blower Motor – Same check as condenser motor along with blower wheel inspection and bacteria build-up.
- Insulation – Confirm all internal unit insulation is secure. Check suction line insulation.
- Contactor – Look for worn or pitted points and check for discoloration or severely burnt wires.