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Preventative Maintenance

Smart homeowners agree – it’s cheaper to prevent a problem than to fix one. An Energy Savings Agreement gives you the security of knowing that your HVAC system is always in prime working condition and that you are covered if any sudden problems arise.

• 2 service visits per year (Fall & Spring)

• Priority repair service

• 15% discount on repair work

Chances are, your heating and cooling system is the most important (and expensive) piece of machinery in your home. In fact, it’s probably also the largest consumer of energy! For such an important piece of equipment, an HVAC unit often doesn’t receive the regular attention that it needs to operate properly. When that happens, the expense of repair and replacement can become overwhelming.

A bi-annual checkup of your unit can keep it operating safely while eliminating the most common preventable problems before they have a chance to take a bite out of your budget . However, even the best maintenance can’t prevent all problems from occurring. That’s why we automatically give service priority to customers with an Energy Savings Agreement, along with a 15% discount on all repair work.

Partial list of what our Energy Savings Agreement Includes:

Heating Cycle Check

  • Check and adjust thermostat
  • Clean and adjust all safety controls
  • Clean burners and controls
  • Clean and adjust pilot assembly
  • Adjust burner for efficiency
  • Lubricate all moving parts
  • Check belt and adjust tension
  • Check filters
  • Check for gas leaks in furnace
  • Check flue pipe
  • Check heat exchanger
  • Test for carbon monoxide
  • Test carbon monoxide detector
  • Turn exposed dampers to heating position, if marked.
  • Adjust pressure regulator
  • Check that crankcase heater is operating
  • Check total performance and operating effect of heating system

Cooling Cycle Check

  • Install gauges and check operating pressures
  • Check voltage and amperage to all motors
  • Check air temperature drop across evaporator
  • Check for adequate refrigerant charge and possible leaks
  • Check evaporator superheat
  • Lubricate all moving parts
  • Check belt and adjust tension
  • Check filters
  • Check pressure switch cut-out settings
  • Check starting contactor contacts
  • Check all wiring and connections
  • Clean and adjust thermostat
  • Check air temperature drop across condenser
  • Check that condensate drain is open; turn exposed dampers to cooling position if marked.

Remember, your system will get all this attention… twice a year!

Still not sure whether an Energy Savings Agreement is right for you?

Consider the following:

In the long run, an Energy Savings Agreement will cost only a fraction of

the price of the service visits and replacements that could have been prevented.

You change the oil in your car; you run anti-virus programs on your computer…

and likewise, you should take basic measures to ensure the long-term health of

your heating and cooling system.

The top cause of system failure is dirt buildup, which can be prevented with

regular maintenance.

A neglected system can waste 25% or more of a household’s electrical output;

imagine what that can do to your utility bills!

A well-maintained system can eliminate allergens and pollutants from your

indoor air. Not only can this make your life more comfortable, it can save you

money on medical bills and related costs.

Priority service calls guarantee that if something does cause your system to fail,

you’ll jump to the front of the line for repairs. Imagine how much difference a

single day of 100-degree weather makes in your home; isn’t it worth taking the opportunity now to make sure you’re covered in any situation? For more information on becoming an Energy Savings Agreement customer call (704)226-0900 or fill in and submit the form below.

Energy Savings Agreement - Information Request Form



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