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20-Point Preventative Maintenance – Cooling System

20-Point Preventative Maintenance – Heating System


It only takes two visits a year from to keep your system running at its best and save you energy. Make preventive maintenance your new routine today and help safeguard against costly breakdowns in the future.

Heating and cooling systems have a way of breaking down when the weather is at its worst – on the coldest day of a frigid winter, or during a sizzling summer heat wave. Times when your comfort system must work the hardest, and when you need it most. An Air Summit Heating & Cooling Service Agreement helps avoid breakdowns plus it protects and prolongs the life of your equipment.

  • 20-Point Furnace Inspection

    • Check for carbon monoxide
    • Fiber-optic furnace inspection for cracks, holes, blockage
    • Check for gas leak
    • Check for Proper room ventilation
    • Check safety limit switch
    • Check Flue draw
    • Check furnace filter
    • Check damper position
    • Check temp rise
    • Check Thermostat
    • Check humidifier operation
    • Check electrical connections and wiring
    • Check inducer motor
    • Check blower motor bearing play
    • Check and clean blower motor vent
    • Check blower wheel for trueness
    • Check and clean burners
    • Check and clean flame sensor or pilot
    • Check amp draws
    • Check capacitor
  • 20-point Air Conditioner Inspection

    • Check refrigerant level
    • Perform a wet bulb reading temperature of the house
    • Check condition of coil fins
    • Perform temperature split
    • Check furnace filter
    • Clean/check condensate line
    • Check condition of drain pan
    • Adjust all dampers
    • Pressure wash condenser coil from inside out.
    • Check condition of disconnect switch for arching.
    • Check overall condition of wiring for loose connections
    • Check condition of contactor for arching
    • Check capacitor
    • Check amps draw
    • Check proper voltage
    • Check and oil motor bearings if possible
    • Check proper equalization of pressures
    • Check for presence of acids in refrigerant
    • Check thermostat for level and proper operation
    • Check air flow across a-coil.