Heater Tune Up Special!

$69.50 includes preseason service inspection and most of all, peace of mind.

Call NOW to schedule your tune up!

Receive $500.00 dollars off of a 16.00 SEER (or higher) complete A/C system!!!

Also… Proper servicing not only catches potential breakdowns, but also helps your heater work more efficiently. This could lead to lower bills down the road!

Contact us TODAY!

North  512-835-2288
Central  512-453-2288

Did you know?

Annual maintenance is required by every manufacturer who offer an extended warranty.

If you have serviced your air conditioner yearly you will never receive a cancellation notice.

However, should you require warranty service and the manufacturer deems the repairs were needed due to neglect, your warranty could be canceled.

NOW is the time to service your cooling system for the coming season.

WHAT WE DO IN A SERVICE & INSPECTION
FOR YOUR COOLING SYSTEM:

The following list is only PART of what we check on and inspect for each of your cooling systems:

  • Inspect refrigerant charge
  • Inspect oil fan motor bearings ( where applicable)
  • Clean condensing coils
  • Check run capacitor ratings
  • Check start capacitor ratings
  • Check potential relay terminals
  • Inspect control contacts
  • Inspect ducting
  • Inspect Plenum (ducting directly adjacent to evaporator coil)
  • Inspect filter
  • Inspect blower motor
  • Inspect blower wheel
  • Electrical connections
  • Inspect wiring
  • Clean condensation drain line
  • Inspect drain line float switches
  • Inspect condenser fan blade
  • Inspect condenser coils
  • Check amperage draw on outdoor unit fan motor
  • Check amperage draw on compressor

Don’t wait until the fall to service your heating system for the cold season. Get your system inspected early.

WHAT WE DO IN A SERVICE & INSPECTION
FOR YOUR HEATING SYSTEM:

The following list is only PART of what we check on and inspect for each of your heating systems:

  • Inspect ducting
  • Filter condition
  • Draft induction motor
  • Fan motor
  • Capacitor rating
  • Belts
  • Pressure switch
  • Ignitor
  • Flame sensor
  • Roll out safety switches
  • Lubrication of accessible components
  • Amperage draw of electrical components
  • Condition of electrical disconnect
  • Fan blade
  • Wiring
  • Circuit boards {if equipped}
  • Flue pipe
  • Door switch
  • Electrical connections At terminal ends
  • CO2 test