Tune-up-Cooling-Section

There are various types of equipment that can be used to heat your home, and each one has its own parts and functions. Therefore, heating service and tune ups should vary, in order to focus on what each specific type of unit needs to stay in top condition. Our heating service and tune ups are designed to fit your systems need, instead of a one-size-fits-all approach. What your neighbors need isn’t necessarily what you need. Take a look and see what we can do for your system.

Gas Furnace

  • Inspect condition of heat exchanger
  • Verify all venting is not plugged or leaking
  • Check igniter and flame sensor
  • Check condensate removal system
  • Run a combustion analysis to verify proper gas/air mixture
  • Inspect filter
  • Inspect blower motor

Oil Furnace

  • Inspect condition of heat exchanger
  • Verify all venting is not plugged or leaking
  • Check igniter and flame sensor
  • Run a combustion analysis to verify proper oil/air mixture
  • Inspect filter
  • Inspect blower motor
  • Replace oil filter and nozzle

Gas Boiler

  • Inspect condition of heat exchanger
  • Verify all venting is not plugged or leaking
  • Check igniter and flame sensor
  • Run a combustion analysis to verify proper oil/air mixture

Oil Boiler

  • Inspect condition of heat exchanger
  • Verify all venting is not plugged or leaking
  • Check igniter and flame sensor
  • Run a combustion analysis to verify proper oil/air mixture
  • Replace oil filter and nozzle

Geothermal Water to Water

  • Check level of water/methanol in system
  • Check freeze point of loopfield and home hydronic side of system
  • Check all temperatures/pressures/flows of system
  • Perform a HE/HR and COP calculation to verify system efficiency

Geothermal Water to Air

  • Check level of water/methanol in system
  • Check freeze point of loopfield
  • Check all temperatures/pressures/flows of system
  • Perform a HE/HR and COP calculation to verify system efficiency
  • Check air filter and coil
  • Check blower motor

Air Source Heat Pump

  • Clear condensing unit of debris
  • Check A-coil for soot buildup
  • Verify heating and cooling temperature splits
  • Check for any refrigerant leaks
  • Clear condensate drain line of blockages