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10% DISCOUNT ON ALL LABOR
15% DISCOUNT ON ALL PARTS
10% DISCOUNT ON MILEAGE
50% DISCOUNT ON SERVICE CALL FEES
ANNUAL OR MONTHLY BILLING
FREE REFRIGERANT(R-22 UNITS EXCLUDED)
2 OCCURENCES PER YEAR
SUMMER/WINTER OR SPRING/FALL
DETAILED INSPECTION AND INSPECTION REPORT EACH OCCURRENCE (HEAT AND COOLING; SEASONAL)
DRAIN PAN TABLETS TO PREVENT CLOGGED CONDENSATE PIPING EACH OCCURENCE
CLEAR AND UNCLOG ALL CONDENSATE DRAIN PIPING EACH OCCURENCE
REPLACE ALL DISPOSABLE FILTERS WITH MERV-8 PLEATED FILTERS EACH OCCURRENCE
ANNUAL COIL CLEANING FOR INCREASED EFFICIENCY AND PROPER OPERATION
ANNUAL BEARING LUBRICATION (IF APPLICABLE)
Check for vibrations inconsistent with proper operation.
Check for worn or failed parts.
Check mountings and mounting bolts.
Check fans, shafts and drives.
Check for steam or water leaks where appropriate.
Check all safety controls.
Check refrigerant charge. (It is not our policy to attach gauges to refrigeration circuits each inspection unless our observations and other collected data indicate a possible problem. Attaching gauges to a refrigeration circuit increases the likelihood of refrigerant loss due to check port valve failure.)
Check for proper electrical operations.
Check condition of evaporator pans and drains.
Check fan sheaves, fan wheels and setscrews on motors.
Check all belts and pulleys for wear, tension and alignment.
Inspect and amp all motors.
Lubricate all motors, damper linkages and or bearings based on manufacturer's recommendations.
Check condition of condenser and evaporator coils.
Check minimum outside air damper settings.
Check crankcase heaters.
Check oil level.
Check refrigerant charge. (Use gauges only as needed)
Check pressure and safety controls.
Check operation of loading and unloading valves.
Check operation of intake and discharge valves.
Check and clean electrical contactors, connections and fuses.
Tighten electrical connections when appropriate.
Check timers for proper operation.
Check suction and liquid line filters.
Check sight glasses.
Check expansion valves or metering devices.
Provide and maintain refrigerant, total mass, loss and recharge data.
FANS AND POWERED VENTILATORS
Check all belt drives for adjustment, belt tension and wear
Check tightness of set screws on motor and fan sheaves and fan wheel
Check all bearing mountings for tightness
Clean fans, shafts and drives of excessive grease and dirt
Oil and grease all motor and fan bearings, as required