HVAC Maintenance Plans

Once you install a HVAC system, you need to have it serviced regularly. This will ensure that everything is running as it should be and prevent a situation where the system just suddenly stops working. It will also ensure that a system is energy-efficient and if there are any problems, they will be caught early before they become big problems that require expensive repairs or replacement.

At AirSystems Unlimited, we take care of your HVAC maintenance with our Preventive Maintenance Plan. With this plan, we will inspect and condition your system twice every year; at the beginning of fall and at the beginning of spring. During these checks, your fan, air filter, heat exchanger and every other part is checked and replaced if necessary. Gas pressure, flue obstructions, thermostat calibration and other checks are also done. The goal is to ensure smooth performance, uninterrupted service and energy efficiency. Once you purchase our well-priced plan, you will get 10% discount on repair parts and labor, as well as priority service response. Our Preventive Maintenance Plan is transferable. 

Spring Maintenance

Prior To Cooling Season
  • Inspect and clean condenser coil
  • Inspect voltage and amperage on motors
  • Inspect and adjust blower components
  • Inspect condensate drain; Clean if necessary
  • Inspect operating pressure for proper refrigerant charge
  • Inspect air filter
  • Inspect thermostat calibration
  • Lubricate all moving parts where necessary
  • Inspect safety controls where applicable
  • Inspect all electrical components
  • Inspect starting contractor assembly
  • Inspect air temperatures at evaporator
  • Inspect belts
  • Inspect condenser temperature

Fall Maintenance

Prior To Heating Season
  • Inspect burner operation, Adjust if necessary
  • Inspect manifold gas pressure, Adjust if necessary
  • Inspect heat exchanger
  • Inspect high limit control
  • Inspect fan control
  • Inspect for flue obstructions
  • Inspect thermostat calibration
  • Inspect heat anticipator setting; Adjust if necessary
  • Inspect belts and all electrical connections
  • Clean, inspect and adjust blower components; Lubricate all moving parts where necessary
  • Inspect safety controls
  • Inspect for gas leaks
  • Inspect air filter
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