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HVAC Preventative Maintenance Agreements

Save time and money while protecting your HVAC equipment with a Preventative Maintenance Agreement (PMA). A properly maintained system can save you money on future home ac repair, extend the life of your equipment, and even help lower your utility bills. Gain extra piece of mind in knowing that your equipment is working properly and efficiently with one of the HVAC Preventative Maintenance Agreement service plans for air conditioners, gas and electric furnaces and heat pumps. You’ll receive priority ac repair service from North Wind Mechanical LLC’s highly–trained technicians with guaranteed ac repair service 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Gas Furnace Service Plans Include:

  • Clean/adjust automatic controls
  • Clean burners
  • Adjust combustion for optimum fuel efficiency
  • Lubricate as needed
  • Test for combustion leaks
  • Test safety shut–off response
  • Check blower belt wear, tension and alignment
  • Check flue for satisfactory operation

Air Conditioner Service Plans Include:

  • Clean condenser coil if necessary
  • Check electrical connections for tightness
  • Adjust system for optimum cooling
  • Check for oil and refrigerant leaks
  • Check safety devices
  • Check blower belt wear, tension and alignment
  • Check expansion vale and coil temperatures
  • Check refrigerant level
  • Check condensate drain
  • Lubricate as needed

Heat Pump Service Plans Include:

  • Lubricate as needed
  • Check defrost cycle and reversing valve operation
  • Adjust air volume for maximum efficiency
  • Check safety devices and electrical connections for tightness
  • Check blower belt wear, tension and alignment
  • Check for oil and refrigerant leaks
  • Test electrical controls for proper operation
  • Check refrigerant level
  • Check condensate drain

Electric Furnace Service Plans Include:

  • Clean and check automatic controls
  • Check all wiring for loose connections and condition of insulation
  • Check supply voltage
  • Check amperage craw
  • Lubricate as needed
  • Test safety shut–off response
  • Check blower wear, tension and alignment