Seasonal Maintenance of Your Heating System

While we don’t mind coming out to your house for dead of winter breakdowns (it’s what we do), we love to help our customers avoid that scenario altogether. That’s why we offer low-cost seasonal maintenance to help maximize your heating system’s performance and reduce the likelihood of future repairs.

Our HVAC technicians inspect all parts of your system and catch little problems before they become big ones. This saves you money, time, and stress!

Technician working on HVAC System

As part of our Winter Tune-Up for each unit, we replace the filter, identify parts that are close to wearing out or already on their last leg, test for gas and carbon monoxide leaks, and check all of the electronic and wiring components of your furnace or heat pump and switches. We identify safety and code violations, tighten down and clean up loose or dirty electrical connections, and calibrate controls to increase efficiency. Using diagnostic and testing devices, we measure the heat and output of your unit and motor, test for presence of carbon monoxide escaping from your equipment and into your home, and ensure adequate and unobstructed ventilation is in place.  We talk to you about any problems, and provide a written quote for any repairs.

Schedule service

If you’re ready to have an experienced, licensed HVAC technician look at your heating system, Schedule Now or call us at 770-667-6937.

HomeCare Preventative Maintenance Plan

Priceless Peace of Mind for only: $12.95/month (for the first system)

Winter Inspection Features

  • Replace up to 1” air filter (to improve air quality and extend life of furnace)
  • Inspect all electrical fittings on indoor and outdoor equipment (tighten or adjust as needed)
  • Test all motors, controls, and safety switches to ensure proper function (to help prevent costly breakdowns)
  • Check settings on indoor unit fan motor to ensure proper air flow (to improve comfort)
  • Measure electrical consumption on all motors to verify they are within safe operating ranges (to identify problem components before they fail)
  • Inspect heat exchanger on furnace for problem areas (to catch carbon monoxide leaks)
  • Clean and adjust ignition/pilot assembly of furnace (to extend life of furnace)
  • Clean blower wheel and motor of fan on indoor unit (to prevent costly breakdowns)
  • Clean and adjust main gas burners on furnace (to reduce natural gas bill)
  • Verify breaker sizes for heating and cooling equipment (to help prevent major malfunctions)
  • Check for code violations that could be posing a safety risk (to protect your home and your family)

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