Electrician performing maintenance on a circuit breaker

“My self-cleaning oven doesn’t clean itself. I have to push a button!” – Human being

Life Is Maintenance

Preventive Maintenance! It’s catching plaque in your veins before…you know. It’s getting the oil changed and rotating tires. It’s flossing, bathing, hair cutting, vitamins, kale and kefir and on into infinity.

AC’s Need Maintenance

You could do it yourself. It only takes 4 years or so, working as a tech, reading 1000 manuals, some fun technical reading on condensers, capacitors and the dynamics of air flow. Easy!

There are a lot of reasons WHY your AC needs maintenance. And living in Austin! It’s so hot here. If your AC goes down in Summer? You better have hotel points.

Seriously though, a Preventive Maintenance Contract will:

  • Extend the life of your equipment
  • Catch small issues before they become costly repairs
  • Improve air quality and comfort
  • Maintain high performance and efficiency and lower bills
  • Keep system Safe
  • Get you Discounted cost on parts for the life of the contract

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It’s simple, for you

A typical contract consists of two visits, one before summer for Cooling and one before Winter for Heating.

Each visit consists of a 60–90-minute tune up covering these 26-Points:

  1. Blower Motor – measure amperage and voltage for proper operation
  2. Thermostat – test for proper operation, calibrate, and level
  3. Cleaning existing air filter (as needed)
  4. Bearing – inspect for wear and lubricate
  5. Inspect indoor coil if accessible
  6. Confirm proper return air and size
  7. Inspect Condenser Coil
  8. Refrigerate – monitor operating pressures
  9. Safety Devices – inspect for proper operation
  10. Electrical Disconnect Box – inspect for proper rating and safe installation
  11. Electrical Wiring – inspect and tighten connections
  12. Test/inspect contactors for burned, pitted contacts
  13. Inspect electrical for exposed wiring
  14. Inspect and test capacitors
  15. Inspect fan blade
  16. Clean condenser coil and remove debris
  17. Inspect service valves for proper operation
  18. Measure Supply/Return temperature differential
  19. Inspect ductwork for energy loss
  20. Compressor – monitor, measure amperage and volt draw and wiring connections
  21. Check Unit for Time Delay Relay
  22. Check Unit for Isolation Pads
  23. Inspect suction line for proper fittings
  24. Inspect all fittings for signs of oil and/or leakage
  25. Check lines and fittings with refrigerant leak detector
  26. Check the condition of Blower Belt, if applicable