Annual HVAC Maintenance Plans Can Pay for Themselves…

(After all, prevention is the best medicine!)

moneyIf you want to keep your heating or air conditioning system operating at top efficiency, an annual HVAC maintenance plan is a must. There is simply nothing better for your equipment, and no better way to achieve peak system performance. On top of these benefits, spending a little on an annual maintenance plan will save you money on your utility bills and repair costs because your system will almost never break down. Sometimes annual utility savings are high enough to actually offset the cost of the maintenance plan!

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      If you’re interested in learning more about arranging an annual maintenance contract with a Long Island heating and cooling company, call T.F. O’Brien at 516.488.1800. We’d be happy to walk you through the details of our maintenance programs. We service nearly every type and brand of heating and air conditioning equipment ever made. Below is a list of the services included in a tune-up:

      • Check evaporator coil
      • Lubricate fan motor
      • Monitor expansion valve
      • Check start and run capacitors
      • Clean evaporator drain
      • Check start and run delays
      • Adjust bypass dampers
      • Monitor refrigerant level
      • Clean or replace filters
      • Adjust operating pressures
      • Tighten electrical connections
      • Measure voltage differences
      • Evaluate safety controls
      • Measure amperage draw
      • Measure temperature difference
      • Clean and adjust burners
      • Clean condenser coil
      • Evaluate vent system
      • Adjust thermostat calibration
      • Set burner adjustment
      • Check fan blades for tightness
      • Measure gas input