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Maintenance Tips ~ Service Agreements

Keeping your heating and cooling systems in good working order means your utility bills will be lower, your home will be more comfortable, and you’ll need to call for repairs less often.

Maintenance Scheduling
Schedule a maintenance service call before the heating season starts. If there are any problems with your system, it’s better to find out before it’s freezing outside! Do the same for your cooling system before sweltering season begins.


Replace your heating and cooling air filters every month that they’re in use. Operating your system with old, dirty filters means energy is wasted and your system may even be damaged. While you’re at it, check and clean the filters in your home’s air cleaners and humidifiers.

System Checks

If you have a forced air heating system check your furnace’s blower compartment and blower coils. Vacuum them if you see dirt and dust there. You should also check fan belt tension, and lubricate fan and motor bearings.

Don’t keep clutter near your furnace. It’s a fire hazard, and may keep your system from operating efficiently.

To make sure you’re getting the most out of your heating system, keep the heating registers and vents throughout the house free of dust, dirt, and pet hair by vacuuming them at least once a year.

Listen for odd sounds when your heating or cooling system kicks in. If you hear anything unusual, get in touch with your service professional so you can head off problems before they become serious.

In winter months, set your ceiling fan at its slowest speed and reverse it in order to gently push warm air down from the ceiling without generating a breeze.

(USA includes 2 tune-ups during the first year at 6 month intervals)
 Will Constantly Provide You With The Following Benefits
  • Never pay a diagnostic fee (that’s a $69 savings to you.)
  • 15% Discount on average for all service repairs (all service parts and labor).
  • Never pay an overtime fee (no matter what time of day or night it is).
  • Priority customer status (immediately moved ahead of Non USA customers).
  • Lower operating costs (well maintained equipment uses less energy).
  • Increased capacity of existing system (restores equipment to as close to factory fresh specifications as possible).
  • Improved comfort (a clean indoor coil on an air conditioning system tends to remove more moisture).
  • Longer equipment life (well maintained equipment lasts longer).
  • Reduced equipment runtime (when your system isn’t running, it’s saving you money).
  • Transferable to another location (or to the new owner).
  • Fewer repairs (equipment that is regularly maintained normally have less costly repairs).
  • Safer system (equipment that is clean and well maintained tends to be safer to operate).