Preventive Maintenance

Preventive Maintenance

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Keeping your system serviced is vital to the life of your heating and cooling system.  We have multiple preventive maintenance options available to fit your every need.

Advantage Plan – One inspection a year where we check all the electrical controls and safety switches in the system.

Advantage Plus Plan – Two detailed inspections a year which includes cleaning the evaporator and condenser coils, flushing all drain lines, checking all electrical components and safety switches in the system.

Advantage Platinum Plan – Two detailed inspections a year which includes everything the Plus plan offers with more cleaning involved.  With the platinum plan, we pull and clean the blower housing as well as clean the inside cabinet.  If there is heavy foliage in the outdoor unit, we will remove the top of the system to clean any debris that may have accumulated in the system.

With regular  maintenance, you can prevent minor HVAC problems from becoming bigger issues while making sure that your comfort system is performing optimally. We also provide annual service agreements, which could significantly reduce the cost you have to pay for a Performance Tune-up.

The primary purpose of HVAC service preventive maintenance is to make sure that your system is up and running throughout all season without any unexpected breakdowns, letting you start the heating and cooling seasons with efficient and reliable service while the unit runs at maximum efficiency.

You have to plan your schedule HVAC  preventive maintenance at least twice a year; once during spring for the cooling equipment and another one during fall for the heating equipment. This is also the best time for you to ask questions regarding your HVAC system and bring up other problems that may need to be checked.

Most homeowners wonder when they cannot perform the preventative maintenance themselves. It is because a comprehensive maintenance needs the right tools, skills, knowledge that only experienced as well as trained HVAC technicians possess. DuctWorks Heating and Cooling, Inc. can help you with that.

Advantages of Maintaining Your HVAC System Regularly

  • Helps lengthen your HVAC system’s lifespan
  • Lowers energy bills
  • Decreases need for repairs
  • Improves your indoor environment
  • Helps safeguard your investment

Our Performance Furnace Tune-up Includes:

  • Testing for carbon monoxide leaks
  • Cleaning the burner assembly
  • Cleaning the ignition assembly
  • Cleaning the blower motor
  • Inspecting the filtration system
  • Adjusting the blower components
  • Lubricating all moving components as needed
  • Testing and adjusting safety controls
  • Tightening electrical connections
  • Calibrating the thermostat
  • Checking flue draft
  • Inspecting the combustion
  • Inspecting the vent piping
  • Inspecting the humidification system

Our Performance Air Conditioner Tune-up Includes

  • Cleaning the condenser coil
  • Inspecting the evaporator coil if accessible
  • Cleaning the condensate drain
  • Tidying up the blower motor
  • Checking the filtration system
  • Adjusting the blower components
  • Lubricating any moving components as needed
  • Inspecting for refrigerant leaks
  • Testing condensate pump
  • Tightening electrical connections
  • Checking starting capabilities
  • Measuring the air temperature differential
  • Monitoring refrigerant pressure
  • Measuring voltage and amperage

Our Performance Air Handler Tune-up Includes:

  • Inspecting evaporator coil
  • Cleaning blower motor
  • Inspecting filtration system
  • Adjusting the blower components
  • Lubricating moving parts as needed
  • Testing as well as adjusting safety controls
  • Tightening all electrical connections
  • Calibrating thermostat
  • Inspecting the humidification system
  • Inspecting the electrical heating elements

Our Performance Heat Pump Tune-up Includes:

  • Cleaning the condenser coil
  • Cleaning the condensate drain
  • Checking defrost controls
  • Inspecting the auxiliary heaters
  • Inspecting the filtration system
  • Lubricating all moving parts as required
  • Inspecting for refrigerant leaks
  • Testing condensate pump
  • Tightening electrical connections
  • Testing starting capabilities
  • Measuring air temperature differential
  • Monitor refrigerant pressure
  • Measuring voltage and amperage

Call DuctWorks Heating and Cooling, Inc. if you want to schedule and HVAC preventative maintenance service.

DuctWorks Heating and Cooling, Inc
303 Main St
North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
(843) 427-7411
https://www.ductworksheatingandcooling.com/