PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE

RESIDENTIAL

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

WHY ARE YOU RELUCTANT?

RELUCTANT

  • Perceived as too expensive
  • Hard to understand and loaded with hidden exclusions
  • Previous bad experience service with a less-than-honest contractor
  • Believe they have someone on staff or a friend who can handle the maintenance properly; they can deal with repair when need arises

BENEFICIAL

  • A well-maintained system runs more efficiently and greatly helps reduce energy consumption expenses
  • Regular service prolongs the useful life of HVAC equipment, which can add up to thousands of dollars over the life of the residence or building
  • Regular service from a skilled professional can help identify and offer proactive solutions to problems, preventing HVAC equipment failure or downtime and avoiding expensive repairs 

ALL INCLUSIVE

For an all-inclusive care package for your home, please take a moment to review our service agreement packages. Like your car, your HVAC equipment also needs regular scheduled tune-ups in order to maintain proper operation such as change belts, check charges, lubricate bearings, and etc. All packages include options for a whole-house plumbing inspection. It’s just one of the ways AirMakers can ensure that you are always comfortable inside your home!

PACKAGES



NO REPAIRS | IMPROVEMENTS WILL BE UNDERTAKEN WITHOUT CUSTOMER'S AUTHORITY

BENEFITS

BENEFITS

  • 15% Discount on Repairs (labor & parts)
  • Never Pay an Overtime Charge
  • Improve Equipment Efficiency
  • Lower Utility Bills
  • Extend equipment life
  • Priority customer
  • Improved capacity on equipment
  • Inflation protection 
  • Transferable Agreement
  • 24 Hour Emergency Service 

PRECISION TUNE-UP PROCEDURES

  • Adjust Operating Pressures
  • Adjust Thermostat Calibration
  • Clean & Adjust Blower Components
  • Clean & Adjust Burner Assembly
  • Clean Heat Exchanger
  • Clean (indoor) Cooling Coil
  • Clean or Replace Filters
  • Clean (outdoor) Condenser Coil
  • Lubricate all Moving Parts
  • Measure for Correct Air Flow
  • Measure Temperature Differences
  • Measure all Volts & Amps
  • Test Starting Capabilities
  • Test all Safety Controls
  • Tighten all Electrician Connections