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Planned Maintenance Agreement

Benefits

  • Write smaller checks to the utility company
  • No overtime charges
  • Lifetime warranty on repairs (except leak repairs)
  • Priority service status
  • Automatic notification of service visits
  • 15% discount on repairs
  • 10% discount on Indoor Air Quality Products
  • Peace of Mind
  • Extended equipment life
  • Automatic renewal
  • Maximum equipment efficiency
  • Written condition report
  • Agreement is transferable

Why it’s important to have routine planned maintenance

Your HVAC system requires routine monitoring, adjustments, periodic cleaning, and eventual replacement of components. Regularly scheduled inspections and maintenance are often required to maintain the original equipment manufacturer’s (OEM) warranty. Conducting regularly scheduled inspections, maintenance, and remediation of HVAC systems prolongs equipment efficiency, promotes healthy clean air, supports lower utility costs, guards against unexpected failures, and prolongs equipment life. A maintenance inspection seeks to identify deficiencies that degrade or impair the HVAC system, including its components and we are able to recommend actions to correct these deficiencies.

Not all HVAC companies take the same approach for inspecting and maintaining HVAC systems. There are many types and intensity levels of “seasonal tune-ups”, “clean and checks”, and “maintenance visits”. At Independent Air Conditioning, we strive to provide you with the highest quality professional maintenance service available. Our technicians are fully acquainted with the proper operation of the systems they are working on, including their components.

The following are the responsibilities and elements for a proper planned maintenance routine:

  • Clean and or replace air filters
  • Check auxillary heat
  • Clean condensation drain / pump
  • Check defrost control
  • Remove leaves / debris from outdoor unit
  • Clean indoor coil and drain pan.
  • Remove and clean blower assembly as needed
  • Inspect heat exchanger
  • Measure motor amperage
  • Check for proper refrigerant charge
  • Inspect for refrigerant leaks
  • Check safety controls
  • Measure for proper airflow
  • Check thermostat
  • Measure operating temperatures
  • Inspect ductwork
  • Test starting capabilities
  • Apply protective coating to outdoor unit
  • Check for proper refrigerant charge
  • Inspect for refrigerant leaks
  • Check safety controls
  • Measure for proper airflow

Maintenance Coupon