Cleaned condenser coils with chemical to increase efficiency.

Keeps the ability of the unit to reject heat at it’s maximum.

Removed debris from condensers's base pans.

Prevents the bottom of the unit from rusting out.

Check and tighten electrical connections and controls.

Loose connections can cause wires to burn.

Checked available voltage.

Low voltage caused high amperage, more heat and extra wear and tear.

Checked loaded amperage draw.

Amperage and voltage are linked, they each tell their own story.

Checked mechanical operation.

A\C and heat pump units are a complex conglomerate of electrical, mechanical, and hydraulic operation.

Checked for undue vibration.

Vibration, is an indication of something out of balance. Vibration causes metal fatigue and premature wear to all parts.

Checked Thermostat for calibration, level and if necessary it’s programming.

The T-stat is the interface control between you and your equipment. If it is not calibrated accurately, you will not be comfortable and the unit may run longer than necessary.

Lubricated bearings where possible.

Many fan motors require annual lubrication or the bearings will fail.

Checked refrigerant charge, and system pressures.

The refrigerant pressures, properly interpreted, will tell much about the system. The refrigerant pressures can indicate a fault in the system that may other wise not be detected.

Check, clean or install your clean filter.

Air filters do more than improve the Indoor Air Quality, their primary purpose is to protect the blower and coil from dirt and debris that will reduce air flow and subsequent efficiency and capacity.

Turned off pilots.

Leaving pilots on promote heat exchanger rust and un-necessarily consume extra fuel.

What you get for you $ and how it benefits you.


The Refrigeration Diagram:

Maintenance Tips:

Importance of Summer Service:

What you get with a Summer Servicing

The Refrigeration Cycle:

Heat Pump Operation: