Classic Comfort Preventative Maintenance

Benefits of the Classic Comfort contract customer

  1. Reduces energy costs: A clean and properly operating system operates more efficiently if done at regular intervals, than units not maintained.
  2. A constant 10% discount: Includes a discount on all parts and labor, on calls between maintenance services.
  3. Priority service: Maintenance contract customers will receive priority service over non-maintenance customers.
  4. Extended life of equipment: Well-maintained and serviced equipment will last longer than equipment that is neglected.
  5. Fewer breakdowns: Most major problems will be caught before it ever gets to the breakdown stage.
  6. Peace of mind: Classic Comfort maintenance customers will have the peace of mind knowing that their system is clean and operating properly, which translates to Customer Comfort.

Classic Comfort Proposes To: Each Spring Before Air Conditioning Season

  1. Check all electrical connections for loose or burnt wires.
  2. Inspect indoor and outdoor unit coils. Clean if needed.*
  3. Inspect all air filters.
  4. Inspect fan motors. Lubricate if required.
  5. Check thermostat operation and calibration.
  6. Inspect drain pans and condensate lines. Clean if needed.
  7. Check Freon levels.
  8. Make sure outdoor unit is free from debris.
  9. Inspect blower wheel. Clean if needed.
  10. Record temperature drop across indoor unit.

* Coils must be accessible extra charges may apply for non-accessible coils.

Classic Comfort Proposes To: Each Fall Before Heating Season

  1. Check all electrical connections for loose or burnt wires.
  2. Inspect indoor and outdoor unit coils. Clean if needed.*
  3. Inspect all air filters.
  4. Inspect fan motors. Lubricate if required.
  5. Check thermostat operation and calibration.
  6. Inspect drain pans and condensate lines. Clean if needed.
  7. Check Freon levels.
  8. Make sure outdoor unit is free from debris.
  9. Inspect blower wheel. Clean if needed.
  10. Inspect heat exchangers and burners. Clean if needed.**
  11. Inspect auxiliary heat for proper operation.
  12. Record temperature rise across indoor unit.

* Cleaning includes no chemicals extra charges will apply if chemicals are used.
** Extra charges apply if removal of burners is required.

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