Service Plans - Dayton Air Conditioning Contractor

A service agreement provides you with routine maintenance of your equipment which yields the lowest overall operating costs while giving the customer the highest probability of year round comfort.

Dayton Service Agreements

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PRECISION FURNACE TUNE-UP BENEFITS:

  • Lower utility bills.

  • Extended equipment life.

  • Fewer repairs, breakdowns, and improved system reliability.

  • Peace of mind for you and your family.

  • Increased heating capacity.

  • Priority service scheduling for the rest of the season.

OUR EXCLUSIVE PRECISION FURNACE TUNE-UP PROCEDURE INCLUDES:

1. Inspect and tighten all electrical connections and terminals.
2. Remove, clean, and adjust main gas burners.
3. Remove, clean, and adjust ignition/pilot assembly.
4. Thoroughly brush and vacuum clean the heat-exchanger(s) and combustion chambers.
5. Inspect heat-exchanger(s) & combustion chambers for cracks, rusting, or problem areas.
6. Vacuum out blower compartment; return airdrop, and surrounding area. (No duct cleaning)
7. Clean all return air grills throughout the home.
8. Inspect the flue assembly and test flue gas drafting mechanism.
9. Test and inspect all furnace safety controls.
10. Test, record, and adjust gas pressure.
11. Replace or clean standard air filters.
12. Remove and clean blower motor, drive mechanism and fan assembly.
13. Lubricate all fan motors and all moving parts.
14. Measure and adjust blower for correct airflow.
15. Adjust all dampers and set proper blower speed(s).
16. Clean, level, test, and calibrate thermostat.
17. Measure and record heating system output.
18. Inspect and test thermocouple output as well as pilot safety switch.
19. Measure and record electrical voltage, amperage, and component resistance.
20. Inspect and test all system transformers, relays, contactors, and controls. Measure performance
21. Repair minor air leaks in plenum and return airdrop.
22. Perform a complete and thorough, room-by-room, electronic carbon monoxide check of the entire house.
23. Advise customer on other ways to reduce energy consumption, improve safety and enhance comfort.


Heat-Pump customers please note: We have totally customized procedures for servicing heat-pumps.

PRECISION AIR-CONDITIONING TUNE-UP BENEFITS:

  • Lower utility bills by reducing energy consumption and waste.
  • Extended equipment life.
  • Peace of mind for you and your family.
  • Fewer repairs, and improved system reliability.
  • Increased cooling capacity and efficiency.

OUR EXCLUSIVE PRECISION AIR-CONDITIONING TUNE-UP PROCEDURE INCLUDES, AS NEEDED:

1. Chemically clean and thoroughly wash condenser coil(s).
2. Thoroughly clean or replace standard air-filter(s).
3. Wash and level condensing unit for proper motor and bearing wear.
4. Lubricate motor and fan bearings as well as other moving parts as necessary.
5. Clean and inspect evaporator coil and drain pan when readily accessible.
6. Clean and inspect condensate drain lines and fittings.
7. Clean, level, and calibrate thermostat.
8. Adjust and thoroughly clean blower motor and fan assembly as needed.
9. Inspect, tighten and test all electrical connections. This includes disconnect switch.
10. Inspect all cooling system electrical wires, connectors, and terminals.
11. Test system starting and running capacitors.
12. Test all controls, switches, relays, transformers, contactors, motors, and fans.
13. Measure starting and running amperes, line voltage, and control voltage.
14. Test system-starting capabilities.
15. Test system for proper airflow and air delivery.
16. Inspect and adjust all safety controls.
17. Monitor refrigerant (Freon) pressures and temperatures.
18. Test and record super-heat and sub-cooling. Compare with factory specifications.
19. Adjust Freon metering control device per factory/manufacturers recommendations.
20. Test and measure air-conditioning system for proper production and capacity.
21. Monitor fan motors and compressor operating temperatures.
22. Apply weather resistant protective coating to the outside unit. (Condenser)
23. Complete and present full written report and make any necessary recommendations.


Heat-Pump customers please note: We have totally customized procedures for servicing heat-pumps.

PRECISION HEAT PUMP TUNE-UP BENEFITS:

  • Lower utility bills by reducing energy consumption and waste.
  • Extended equipment life.
  • Peace of mind for you and your family.
  • Fewer repairs, and improved system reliability.
  • Increased heating cooling capacity and efficiency.

OUR EXCLUSIVE PRECISION HEAT PUMP TUNE-UP PROCEDURE INCLUDES, AS NEEDED:

1. Chemically clean and thoroughly wash condenser coil(s).
2. Thoroughly clean or replace standard air-filter(s).
3. Wash and level condensing unit for proper motor and bearing wear.
4. Lubricate motor and fan bearings as well as other moving parts as necessary.
5. Clean and inspect evaporator coil and drain pan when readily accessible.
6. Clean and inspect condensate drain lines and fittings.
7. Clean, level, and calibrate thermostat.
8. Adjust and thoroughly clean blower motor and fan assembly as needed.
9. Inspect, tighten and test all electrical connections. This includes disconnect switch.
10. Inspect all system electrical wires, connectors, and terminals.
11. Test system starting and running capacitors.
12. Test all controls, switches, relays, transformers, contactors, motors, and fans.
13. Measure starting and running amperes, line voltage, and control voltage.
14. Test system-starting capabilities.
15. Test system for proper airflow and air delivery.
16. Inspect and adjust all safety controls.
17. Monitor refrigerant (Freon) pressures and temperatures.
18. Test and record super-heat and sub-cooling. Compare with factory specifications.
19. Adjust Freon metering control device per factory/manufacturers recommendations.
20. Test and measure system for proper production and capacity.
21. Monitor fan motors and compressor operating temperatures.
22. Apply weather resistant protective coating to the outside unit (condenser).
23. Complete and present full written report and make any necessary recommendations.

PLUMBING MAINTENANCE:

It is hard in your busy life to have a plumbing problem arise in your daily routine. Why not stop them before they start? Instead of waiting until a costly repair happens, have your Dayton plumber check your plumbing on a regular basis. Give us a call and we will tell you how to enroll in our Plumbing Maintenance plans.

Some Of Our Maintenance Services

  • All of your toilets are checked and tested for leaks and smooth operation.
  • All of your faucets are tested and must pass a rigid "Performance Test".
  • All of your exposed water lines are checked for any damage.
  • All of the piping under your bathroom and kitchen sinks are checked for any sign of potential water damage.
  • All of your drains are checked above and below sinks for leaks and clogs.
  • Your washing machine hoses and valves are thoroughly checked and tested and tagged for easy identification in case a shutdown is necessary.
  • Your water heater is checked for safety, leaks and signs of corrosion. Water heaters are often a major cause of water damage. Keeping this piece of equipment in top shape guarantees Peace Of Mind! If we replace your water heater, we include the annual flushing of the tank as recommended by all manufacturers in the inspection.
  • These are just a few of the services included in your Free annual home health & safety inspection. If you have ANY questions about your home’s plumbing or drain system, they will gladly be answered.

Electrical Safety Inspection

One of the leading causes of service failure is water leaking into your meter and circuit breaker panel. Causes are cracks and or tears in the exterior cable or defective seal at top of meter allowing water to enter into your system. An annual inspection and (10) point check of your incoming electric service to and including your circuit breaker panel can help prevent this as follows:

  • Inspect weather-head and incoming service entrance cable for cracks and or tears
  • Apply duct seal compound to top of meter enclosure and entrance into dwelling
  • Inspect for proper tight termination at ground rod
  • Inspect for proper tight termination at water main ground
  • Inspect for proper tight termination at all circuit breaker branch wire terminations
  • Inspect for proper tight termination at all neutral and ground wire terminations
  • Inspect for proper tight termination at main breaker wire termination
  • Apply deoxidizer agent to main breaker and neutral wire termination
  • Inspect and test all GFCI receptacles and or circuit breakers to insure proper operation
  • Inspect and test all smoke detectors to insure proper operation

Oil Burner Inspection

  1. Check over-all condition of furnace or boiler
  2. Clean heat exchanger
  3. Remove and clean flue pipe and base of chimney
  4. Reinstall flue pipe and seal joint at thimble
  5. Seal any clean-out doors
  6. Service oil burner
  7. Replace nozzle
  8. Inspect end cone
  9. Clean and inspect electrodes for cracks and wear
  10. Replace oil filter and gasket; oil gasket with lubricating oil
  11. Clean and replace fuel pump strainer and gasket (if applicable)
  12. Clean and inspect cad cell
  13. Check all wiring and tighten all connections
  14. Oil motor
  15. Clean oil burner fan
  16. Start up burner and check operation
  17. Check pump pressure and vacuum readings
  18. Check safety controls, limits, etc
  19. Perform combustion efficiency test
  20. Check draft overfire and in breech
  21. Do smoke test and adjust for a clean fire
  22. Recheck draft overfire if air band adjustment was made
  23. Check CO2 overfire and in breech
  24. Take stack and net stack temperatures
  25. Clean up furnace and surrounding area
  26. For boiler systems, check all pumps, valves, and controls for correct function
  27. Check fuel level in oil tank and advise customer if low

Gas Boiler Tune-Up and Inspection (27 Point Inspection List)

  • Tighten electrical connections
  • Check wiring
  • Check incoming voltage
  • Check transformers
  • Check amp draw of inducer motor
  • Check amp draw of circulator
  • Check intake and exhaust vents
  • Check boiler limits and safety controls
  • Check aquastat
  • Check and clear condensate drains and trap
  • Check all pressure switches
  • Check ignitor
  • Check and clean flame sensor if necessary
  • Check for water leaks
  • Check water pressure
  • Check incoming gas pressure
  • Check manifold gas pressure
  • Check burner operation
  • Check zone valves for each zone
  • Make any recommendations to customer

If you are looking for a highly-trained and professional heating, cooling, and indoor air quality provider and contractor serving the Dayton, Ohio area, please call us today at (937) 675-2982 or complete our online request form.

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