Heating System Check Up San Jose CA 95111


Reduce your heating bills this season by having your annual heating system check-up performed by AAA Furnace & Air Conditioning Co.

As your area specialist, we know the extreme weather conditions that your heating & cooling system is faced with and we have designed an extensive 20 Point HVAC System Check-Up for customers in San Jose, CA 95111. To keep your system operating at peak efficiency, heating and air conditioning equipment manufactures and utility companies recommend you have this type of service performed once a year.

Stop over paying the utility company for high heating bills this winter, and call us now to schedule your 20 point HVAC system check-up. AAA Furnace & Air Conditioning Co. has been in business since 1957.

HVAC System Maintenance

Normally $168

1″ Filters Included in our 20 Point HVAC System Check Up. Ask about how to improve your home’s air filtration and how we can help with Humidity control, Allergy – Asthma patient relief. 

HVAC Equipment Serviced
All brands, makes, models – gas furnaces, evaporator coils, air conditioning condensers, heat pump, water heaters, duct work, comfort controls…etc.

Residential heating systems have an average life expectancy of 20 years. If your furnace is between 10-20 years old it has the capacity to heat your house and your neighbors house on some nights. But, it does that at about 75% efficiency. 20-30 years old @ 50%-60% efficient. If your old furnace works great and you want you wish to keep it that way, please contact our office for a furnace inspection and cleaning.

Emergency air conditioning repairs in the Summer cost more and seem to take forever to get resolved. We come out ahead of the busy Summer season to fully restore your system to it’s peak performance. We check to make sure your system is mechanically, electrically and accurately charged.

While we are inspecting your furnace venting it is common for the Water Heater to be in combination with the central heating system. AAA Furnace & Air Conditioning Co. replaces water heaters for many of our customers whenever there is a tank failure, corroded valves or fittings or correct unsafe venting issues.

A properly installed Dryer Vent can not only prevent a house fire – but might save you some real money and time and your clothes dryer magically works better too. Let us know if you may need your dryer vent inspected or cleaned while we are out.

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