19 Point Warm-Up Check-Up Special $59
(Reg $99…Limited time only…special price is per unit)
19 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 Air Conditioning and Heating System problems can be detected in advance with a simple check up.
Did you know that your heating system can lose 5% of its efficiency every year it misses a tune-up?
For a limited time only, take advantage of our 19 point heating system check-up special. One of our Extreme Comfort Air Conditioning and Heating Technicians will check all of your critical furnace system component measurements, inspect accessible components for wear or potential issues, and inspect all gas lines for possible leaks. In addition, your technician will check overall system air flow and operation and tighten, adjust, lubricate, & calibrate components as necessary.
If any issues are detected, your Extreme Comfort technician will provide you with a suggested plan of action. Necessary parts and repair services additional. Expires 11/15/2018.
19 Point Heating System Check Up Includes:
- Thermostat – Check temperature display accuracy and tighten lose wires that can cause short cycling.
- 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 warm attic during cool months is typically a sign of duct leakage.
- Limit Switches & Fan Control – Check fan control for proper cut-in and cut-out. Disconnect blower power and test upper limit switch.
- Plenum – Check the duct transitions for leakage caused by system vibration or poor installation materials.
- Indoor Coil – Check, if possible, for air flow restrictions and leaks.
- Run Capacitors – Test all capacitors for proper microfarad “µf” capacity (max permitted ± 10%) and inspect for signs of leakage or bulging.
- Burners – Check for solid blue flame. If orange or yellow flame appears, look for cracked heat exchanger, dirty burners or poos exhaust flow.
- Pilot/Ignition System – Check for flame quality and roll out. Look for hard ignition or any signs of delayed ignition. Check warm up time.
- Heat Exchanger – Examine heat exchanger for cracks or signs of stress or fatigue.
- Drafting – Check to ensure proper flame. Check for rust or blockage. Check draft motor operation.
- Thermocouple – Check for proper positioning and signs of deterioration.
- Gas Lines – Inspect all gas lines for leaks.
- Safety Controls – Check all panel switches and pressure controls to make sure they are functioning properly.
- Blower Motor – Check the amperage draw and compare it to the max rating. Blower wheel and bacteria build-up inspection. Check bearings and lubricate motor as necessary.
- Defrost Controls – Try to send unit into defrost mode to check functionality.
- Split Temperature – Measure split temperature for furnace efficiency.
- Crank Case Heater – Use amperage probe to ensure crank case heater is functioning.
- Heat Strips – Check sequencers, fan control, safety controls, limit switches and element connections. Check amperage throughout furnace system.