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407-408-7105

Serving the greater Orlando area

24 hr Emergency Service

407-408-7105
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Maintenance Program
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I am very pleased with the entire process: good people providing good product and service at a reasonable price equals good value. Thank you.

- Steve P

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Maintenance Program

  • Improve/ Maintain your AC Systems: Efficiency, Performance, and Reliability
  • Catch problems before they get worse
  • Lengthen equipment life
  • Maintain your manufacturer’s extended warranty

Membership includes:

  • 2 in–depth, precision tune–ups per year, scheduled for your convenience
  • 15% off all repairs
  • Priority service (we move you to the top of the queue)
  • Never pay extra for emergency service

These are not your typical "Clean & Checks." Each precision tune–up takes 1 – 1.5 hours to complete. Initial tune–up includes thorough inspection of duct system

Terms:

Transferability
Agreement is transferable. If you move, just let us know and we’ll pick up where we left off at your new home. We’ll also transfer the remainderof the agreement to whoever bought your old home.
Scheduling
One week before you’re due for your next tune–up, we’ll give you a call and schedule the tune–up for your convenience. If something comes up, please call and let us know. You can reschedule up to 3 times per inspection.
Expiration
All tune–ups must be used within 1 year of contract date (date agreement is signed)
Multiple Systems
Discounts on additional systems available only when they are located in the same building

33 Point Inspection:

  1. Verify that the outside unit is level
  2. Check and rinse condenser coil (if water available)
  3. Remove leaves and debris from outside unit
  4. Verify proper refrigerant charge
  5. Visually inspect refrigerant circuit & all components
  6. Check that service ports and valves are sealed
  7. Check compressor
  8. Check condenser fan motor
  9. Verify the presence of and check the filter drier(s)
  10. Verify type and proper operation of all metering devices
  11. Check all capacitors
  12. Check electrical components in outside unit; including contactor(s), control boards, relays, etc
  13. Verify electrical connections are tight and clean
  14. Verify proper breaker and wire sizes
  15. Verify presence and proper operation of disconnect(s)
  16. Inspect inside unit cabinet and clean
  17. Check filter and replace or clean as applicable (customer provides replacement filter)
  18. Clear condensate drain line and clean/ test condensate pump if present
  19. Test drain overflow switch (float switch) if present
  20. Check condition of evaporator coil
  21. Determine temperature drop across evaporator coil
  22. Check for air leaks from cabinet of inside unit and seal if present
  23. Check for air leaks from plenum and sealed return
  24. Check condition of inside unit’s stand
  25. Check blower motor
  26. Inspect blower assembly and blower wheel
  27. Check electrical components in inside unit; including transformer, control boards, relays, etc
  28. Check electric heat strips
  29. Check all accessories; UV lights, premium filters, etc
  30. Verify thermostat operation and mounting
  31. Check safety controls where applicable
  32. Check accessible ductwork for leaks
  33. Clean equipment exterior
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