Performance Furnace Tune -Up

Test for carbon monoxide leaks
Clean burner assembly
Clean ignition assembly
Clean blower motor
Inspect filtration system
Adjust blower components
Test and adjust safety controls
Tighten electrical connections
Check flue draft
Check combustion
Inspect vent piping
Inspect humidification system

PERFORMANCE AIR CONDITIONER TUNE-UP
Clean condenser coil
Inspect evaporator coil if accessible
Clean condensate drain
Clean blower motor
Inspect filtration system
Adjust blower components
Inspect for refrigerant leaks
Test condensate pump
Tighten electrical connections
Test starting capabilities
Measure air temperature differential
Monitor refrigerant pressure
Measure amperage and voltage

PERFORMANCE AIR HANDLER TUNE-UP
Inspect evaporator coil
Clean blower motor
Inspect filtration system
Adjust blower components
Test and adjust safety controls
Tighten electrical connections
Inspect humidification system
Inspect electrical heating elements

PERFORMANCE HEAT PUMP TUNE-UP
Clean condenser coil
Clean condensate drain
Check defrost controls
Inspect auxiliary heaters
Inspect filtration system
Inspect for refrigerant leaks
Test condensate pump
Tighten electrical connections
Test starting capabilities
Measure air temperature differential
Monitor refrigerant pressure
Measure amperage and voltage
Cooling systems have a way of breaking down when the weather is at its worst; during a sizzling December heat wave; times when your comfort system must work the hardest, and when you need it most. Regular check-ups will help to maximize the life expectancy of your system; unfortunately, even the best maintenance won’t prevent normal wear and tear

Tip— Installing a timer on your thermostat is a good idea. For an energy-efficient approach to cooling your home, a timer can set to shut off about the time you leave for the day, and then to turn back on a half hour before you get home.