MAINTENANCE PERFORMED FOR
ANNUAL RESIDENTIAL PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE
AGREEMENTS, (PMA).
Spring PMA  (Preventative Maintenance Agreement).

Maintenance Performed:  Air Conditioner or Heat Pump.

  • Check Condensing Coils for Dirt Buildup.  ($39.95 Cleaning Fee).
  • Check Condensing Unit Condition and Position.
  • Check Contactor for Charring of Contacts.
  • Check Capacitor.
  • Check Wiring and Wiring Harnesses.
  • Check High & Low Voltages.
  • Check Service Valves for Refrigerant/Oil Leaks.
  • Check Service Valves for Service Port Refrigerant/Oil Leaks.
  • Check Filter Dryer for Damage & Refrigerant/Oil Leaks.
  • Check Lineset for Damage or Missing Insulation.
  • Check to see if House Opening for Lineset is Sealed.
  • Check for Loose or Missing Screws, Bolts and Fasteners.
  • Check for Loose or Damaged Fan Blade.
  • Check for Loose or Damaged Motor.
  • Start conducting Spring PMA on Evaporator Coil and Furnace.
  • Test Operate.
  • Check Amperage Draw on  AC or Heat Pump Fan Motor.
  • Check Amperage Draw on Compressor.
  • Check and Balance Refrigerant Charge!      (Refrigerant Cost Is Not Included).

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Spring PMA  (Preventative Maintenance Agreement).

Maintenance Performed:  Evaporator Coil (A-Coil), Furnace,
Thermostat, Ductwork & Associated Equipment.

  • Check Thermostat. (Properly Mounted & Operating Properly).    
  • Check Air Filter Condition. (Customer Provides New Air Filter)
  • Check Evporator Coil Cabinet  for Damage and  Rust.
  • Check Evporator Coil Condensate Drain Pan, Drain Line & Drain Fittings.
  • Check Evporator Coil Lineset and fittings for Refrigerant and/or Oil Leaks.  
  • Check Evporator Coil Lineset for Missing Insulation.  
  • Check Ductwork for Loose, Missing or Damaged Parts.  
  • Check Flue for Holes, Loose, Rusty or Damaged Parts.  
  • Check Gas Lines, Fittings and Valves for Loose, Rusty or Damaged Parts.  
  • Check Gas Lines, Fittings and Valves for Gas Leaks.  
  • Check Furnace Cabinet and Doors for Damage.
  • Adjust Doors as needed.
  • Check Pilot Assembly and Thermal Coupler. (Turn Off Pilot To Save Gas)
  • Check Hot Surface Ignitor
  • Clean Flame Sensor.
  • Check Burners.  
  • Check Heat Exchanger for Rust and Cracks.   
  • Check High & Low Voltages.
  • Check Wiring and Wiring Harnesses.
  • Clean Blower Motor and Blower Compartment.  
  • Lubricate Blower Motor, as needed.  
  • Adjust Blower Motor Belt, as needed.
  • Check Blower Motor Capacitor For Damage or Leakage.
  • Check for Loose or Missing Screws, Bolts and Fasteners.
  • Test Operate (Thermostat to Cool Position)

To Test Operate Heat Pump, Set Thermostat to COOL Position, Set  Fan To  
AUTO and Set Temperature 5 Degrees Lower Than Room Temperature.
(Outdoor Temperature Needs To Be Higher Than 70 Degrees For PMA).

To Test Operate Air Conditioner, Set Thermostat to COOL Position. Set Fan To  
AUTO and Set Temperature 5 Degrees Lower Than Room Temperature.
(Outdoor Temperature Needs To Be Higher Than 70 Degrees for PMA).

Test Operate Furnace, Set Thermostat to COOL, Set Fan To AUTO, and Set   
Temperature 5 Degrees Lower Than Room Temperature.
(Outdoor Temperature Needs To Be Higher Than 70 Degrees for PMA).

  • Check Amperage Draw on Blower Motor.
  • Turn Off Pilot Flame, as needed.
  • Go to Condensing Unit to Check and Balance Refrigerant Charge.
  • Return to Check Evaporator Condensate Drain Pan, Fittings and Tubing.
  • Make Recommendation for Service, Repairs and/or Replacement, if needed.
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Fall PMA  (Preventative Maintenance Agreement).

Maintenance Performed:  Air Conditioner and/or Heat Pump.

  • Switch Thermostat to Heat Position and place Fan in Auto.
  • Check Air Conditioner Condensing Unit Cabinet Exterior for Damage.
  • Cover Air Conditioner Condensing Unit Cabinet, If Requested.

Fall PMA Maintenance Not Performed On Air Conditioner Condensing Unit.

Continue Fall PMA For Heat Pumps.

  • Check Condensing Coils for Dirt Buildup.  ($39.95 Cleaning Fee).
  • Check Condensing Unit Condition and Position.
  • Check Contactor for Charring of Contacts.
  • Check Capacitor.
  • Check Wiring and Wiring Harnesses.
  • Check High & Low Voltages.
  • Check Service Valves for Refrigerant/Oil Leaks.
  • Check Service Valves Service Ports for Refrigerant/Oil Leaks.
  • Check Filter Dryer for Damage & Refrigerant/Oil Leaks.
  • Check Lineset for Damage or Missing Insulation.
  • Check Seal Around Lineset at Lineset House Opening.
  • Check for Loose or Missing Screws, Bolts and Fasteners.
  • Check for Loose or Damaged Fan Blade.
  • Check for Loose or Damaged Motor.
  • Go to and Perform Fall PMA on Furnace and Evaporator Coil.
  • Return and Test Operate Heat Pump.
  • Check Amperage Draw on  AC or Heat Pump Fan Motor.
  • Check Amperage Draw on Compressor.
  • Check and Balance Refrigerant Charge!      (Refrigerant Cost Is Not Included).
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Fall PMA  (Preventative Maintenance Agreement).

Maintenance Performed:  Evaporator Coil (A-Coil), Furnace,
Thermostat,Ductwork & Associated Equipment.

  • Check Thermostat. (Properly Mounted & Operating Properly).    
  • Check Air Filter Condition. (Customer Provides New Air Filter)
  • Check Evporator Coil Cabinet  for Damage and  Rust.
  • Check Evporator Coil Condensate Drain Pan, Drain Line & Drain Fittings.
  • Check Evporator Coil Lineset and fittings for Refrigerant and/or Oil Leaks.  
  • Check Evporator Coil Lineset for Missing Insulation.  
  • Check Ductwork for Loose, Missing or Damaged Parts.  
  • Check Flue for Holes, Loose, Rusty or Damaged Parts.  
  • Check Gas Lines, Fittings and Valves for Loose, Rusty or Damaged Parts.  
  • Check Gas Lines, Fittings and Valves for Gas Leaks.  
  • Check Furnace Cabinet and Doors for Damage.
  • Adjust Doors as needed.
  • Check Pilot Assembly and Thermal Coupler.
  • Light Pilot Flame.
  • Check Hot Surface Ignitor
  • Clean Flame Sensor.
  • Check and Clean Burners.  
  • Check Heat Exchanger for Rust and Cracks.  
  • Reassemble Burners.  
  • Brush and Vacuum Burner Compartment.  
  • Check High & Low Voltages.
  • Check Wiring and Wiring Harnesses.
  • Clean Blower Motor and Blower Compartment.  
  • Lubricate Blower Motor, as needed.
  • Adjust Blower Motor Belt, as needed.
  • Check Blower Motor Capacitor.
  • Check Control Boards, Ignition Modules, Transformers and all Other Controls for
    Damage.
  • Check for Loose or Missing Screws, Bolts and Fasteners.

To Test Operate Heat Pump, Set Thermostat to HEAT Position,                           
Set  Fan to AUTO and Set Temperature 5 Degrees Higher Then
Room Temperature.
(If Outdoors Temperature is Below 35 Degrees, Heat Pump Will Not Start).

To Test Operate Furnace, With Air Conditioner, Set Thermostat to
HEAT Position. Set Fan to AUTO and Set Temperature 5 Degrees Higher  
Then Room Temperature.

Test Operate Furnace, With Heat Pump, Set Thermostat to E-Heat or Aux
Heat, Set Fan to AUTO, and Set Temperature 5 Degrees Higher Then Room   
Temperature.     
(Heat Pump Should Not Start in This Setting).

  • Check Amperage Draw on Furnace Blower Motor.
  • Check Amperage Draw on Furnace Ventor / Inducer Motor.
  • Adjust Furnace Pilot Flame, as Needed.
  • Check and Adjust Furnace Gas Control Valve, Operation and Outlet Pressure/HG.
  • Go to Heat Pump Condensing Unit to Check and Balance Refrigerant Charge.
  • Make Recommendation for Service, Repairs and/or Replacement, if needed.
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Annual Residential Preventative Maintenance Agreements Cost.

  • Air Conditioner with Gas Furnace.  $139.95
(Additional R-22 Refrigerant Cost Is Priced Per Pound Plus Sales Tax).

  • Heat Pump with Gas Furnace.     $179.95
(Additional R-22 Refrigerant Cost Is Priced Per Pound Plus Sales Tax).
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Why purchase An Annual Residential Preventative Maintenance   
Agreement?

  • Honest and Fair Maintenance for your Heating and Cooling Systems!
  • Allows You To Plan Ahead for Repairs and Service Cost!
  • Increase Efficiency! Save On Your Gas and Electric Bills!
  • Increase Reliability of Your Heating and Cooling Systems!
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