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Breathe Easy Assurance Plan

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Regular System Maintenance is Beneficial for You and Your Home.

Routine maintenance for your heating and cooling system is crucial in preventing expensive breakdowns. Being proactive prolongs the system's lifespan and ensures its reliability in all seasons. Neglecting regular maintenance is the primary cause of numerous system issues and breakdowns.

We care about protecting your family's well-being. Our Breathe Easy Assurance Plan encompasses annual maintenance for heating and/or cooling systems, featuring a comprehensive 22-point check-up for furnaces and a thorough 17-point check-up for your air conditioning. Breathe easy knowing that we prioritize your comfort and the longevity of your HVAC system

Benefits of Our Assurance Plan:

  • Regular maintenance keeps your systems dependable!
  • Saves you money through reduced utility costs
  • Extends the life of your equipment and helps prevents unnecessary breakdowns
  • Keeps you comfortable with the highest level of safety & performance
  • Entitles you to "Priority Customer" Service
  • 15% discounts on all repairs and indoor air quality products
  • Comprehensive 22 point heating and/or 17 point cooling "Performance Tune Up"

Here Are Some of the Service Items We Address for Furnaces During Our 22-Point Check-Up:

  • Carbon monoxide levels
  • Thermostat calibration
  • Air filter replacement
  • Safety device
  • Gas pressure
  • Blower motor operation
  • Natural gas or propane leaks
  • Ignition system function
  • Fan belt tension
  • Fan operation
  • Tightening all mechanical connections
  • Condensate drainage (for ENERGY STAR models)
  • Temperature differential across heat exchanger
  • Proper lubrication of moving parts

Our 17-Point Air Conditioning Tune-Up, Cleaning, and Safety Inspection Includes:

  • Cleaning the condenser
  • Inspecting outdoor coil
  • Inspect indoor coil if possible
  • Inspecting for visible refrigerant leaks
  • Check operating pressures and temperatures
  • Check for proper operating voltage/amp draw
  • Test system safety devices
  • Lubricate moving parts as needed
  • Inspect blower assembly
  • Check blower speed
  • Inspect the wiring and control circuit
  • Check thermostat operation
  • Check coil temperature drops
  • Check electrical connections
  • Check condensate drain pan and lines
  • Check start contactor
  • Cycle equipment to check for proper operation