Winter Heating HVAC System Cleaning and Maintenance

This Winter have AAA Furnace & Air Conditioning Co. perform a professional HVAC system cleaning and maintenance service; to keep your heating system running at peak performance. As your area specialist, we know the extreme weather conditions that your heating & cooling system is faced with and have designed an extensive 20 Point HVAC check-up plan for you. To keep your HVAC system operating at peak efficiency, manufacturers and utility companies recommend this type of heating and air conditioning service to be performed annually.

Stop paying high utility bills now and call us today. Schedule a cleaning appointment before the end of the month and our 20 Point Heating Check-Up for FREE! (Reg. $168) You can also take $50 off of our professional Air Duct Cleaning Service this month.

Heating Maintenance Check List

  1. Video inspection of heat exchanger for dangerous cracks.
  2. Inspect electrical wiring and tighten if needed.
  3. Measure blower motor amperage and lubricate if needed.
  4. Inspect flue pipe for proper venting of cabon monoxide.
  5. Check for dangerous gas or propane leaks.
  6. Inspect combustion air vents and clean if needed
  7. Measure temperature input and output inside of ducting and adjust if needed.
  8. Inspect filter for proper protection and clean if needed.
  9. Inspect around furnace for proper clearances to combustible material.
  10. Test capacitors for proper power output.
  11. Measure gas pressure and adjust if needed.
  12. Evaluate ducting for energy loss.
  13. Evaluate safety switches and operation.
  14. Check thermostat operation and change batteries or calibrate if needed.
  15. Inspect blower wheel and check for blockages.
  16. Inspect fan belt and tighten if needed.
  17. Inspect ignition components for proper operation. (clean if accessible)
  18. Measure power output of transformer.
  19. Inspect furnace for dangerous carbon monoxide leaks.
  20. Inspect combustion motor for proper operation.

Air Conditioning Maintenance Check List

  1. Inspect contactor for debris, pitting and clean as needed.
  2. Evaluate operating refrigerant pressures.
  3. Measure motor amperage and lubricate as needed.
  4. Inspect fan blade for damage and balancing.
  5. Test capacitors for proper power output.
  6. Measure compressor amperage monitor running operation.
  7. Inspect electrical connections inside of unit and tighten if needed.
  8. Inspect condenser coil for any blockages or damage.
  9. Inspect service valves for any leaks.
  10. Measure temperature input and output inside of home.
  11. Inspect main power connections for proper sizing and tighten if needed.
  12. Evaluate safety switches and operation.
  13. Evaluate  condensate drain for proper drainage.
  14. Inspect evaporator coil for any blockages.
  15. Inspect filter for proper protection and clean if needed.
  16. Inspect sizing of of fuses and breaker for unit protection.
  17. Measure indoor blower amperage  and check for blockages. (clean if accessible)
  18. Evaluate ducting for energy loss.
  19. Check thermostat operation and change batteries or calibrate if needed.
  20. Inspect indoor blower wheel and check for blockages