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Maintenance Agreements

Edison Heating & Cooling Club Member Benefits

Our maintenance program keeps your home heating and cooling systems in top performing condition. We also aim to prevent surprise repairs from popping up at the least convenient times.

  • 24 Hour Service
  • Discounted Diagnostic Rate
  • 10% Discount On All Repairs
  • Same Discount Rates, Every Day, All Year
  • Annual Tune Up And Safety Inspection Package
  • 90 Day Diagnostic Warranty Following Maintenance
  • One Year Parts & Labor Warranty Following Repair

Residential HVAC Maintenance FAQs

What is HVAC maintenance?

HVAC maintenance is a servicing of your HVAC system that typically includes: 

  • A cleaning of your furnace and AC unit 
  • An inspection of your furnace and AC unit’s components 
  • A lubrication of your furnace and AC unit’s moving parts 
  • A replacement of your air filter

HVAC maintenance has many benefits since it helps your HVAC unit run better to have a much longer service life. To learn more about getting your HVAC system on a maintenance plan, give us a call today.

How often should you have your HVAC system serviced?

You should have your HVAC system serviced at least twice a year, once during the spring and once during the fall. Getting your HVAC unit maintained twice a year allows you to spot repair needs early on. Additionally, your HVAC system will operate more efficiently since it will be cleaner and free of any obstructions. When your HVAC unit is on a maintenance plan, your monthly energy bills will also be lower. To find out more about getting your HVAC system on a maintenance plan, contact us today

How much does HVAC maintenance cost?

HVAC maintenance usually costs around $150-$350 per year. It usually consists of the following: 

  • A semi annual cleaning of your HVAC unit 
  • A semi annual inspection of your HVAC unit 
  • Discounts on service calls and repairs 

HVAC maintenance essentially pays for itself with all of the advantages it provides. When your HVAC unit is serviced regularly, your HVAC system will last longer and it will cost you less on energy and repairs each month. To get your HVAC unit on a maintenance plan, call us today

What can I do to maintain my AC unit myself?

Maintaining your AC unit yourself involves several straightforward tasks:

  • Regularly Replace or Clean Air Filters: Ensures efficient airflow and cooling.
  • Keep the Area Around the Unit Clear: Remove debris and vegetation to prevent blockages.
  • Inspect and Clean Air Vents: Keeps dust and debris from circulating through your home.
  • Check the Thermostat: Ensure it's working correctly and efficiently.
  • Clean the Condenser Coils Annually: Improves efficiency and prolongs the unit’s lifespan.
  • Inspect the Condensate Drain: Check for clogs and clear them to prevent water leakage.
  • Ensure Adequate Insulation on Refrigerant Lines: Located outside the house for efficient cooling.

AC & Heat Pump Tune-up Maintenance Plan

Our Maintenance package includes 25 points of inspection. Some are listed here:

  • Verify Refrigerant Charge
  • Test Superheat
  • Test Subcooling
  • Test Temperature Drop
  • Test Compressor Operation & Amps
  • Test Reversing Valve Operation
  • Check Condenser Coil Cleanliness
  • Check Evaporator Coil Cleanliness
  • Test Run Capacitors
  • Test Contactors
  • Test Safety Circuits
  • Tighten Electrical Connections
  • Test Blower Operation And Amps
  • Test Strip Heat Operating & Amps
  • Check Air Filter
  • Clear A/C Condensate Drains
  • Test Thermostat Operation
  • Check Suction Line Insulation
  • Check For Air Leaks At Plenum
  • Clean Condenser Cabinet

Humidifier Maintenance

Keeping a clean humidifier means ensuring your home is not too dry as well as free of any allergens or bacteria that may have gathered there.

Our Humidifier Maintenance plan includes:

  • Clean Humidifier Assembly
  • Replace Humidifier Pad Or Cylinder
  • Test Solenoid Valve
  • Test Humidistat
  • Clean Water Level Sensor If Equipped

Air Cleaner Maintenance

Our Air Cleaner Maintenance package is essential to maintaining the air purifying equipment you bought for your home. This Tune-up includes:

  • Air Cleaner Maintenance
  • Clean Air Cleaner Assembly
  • Replace Air Cleaner Media
  • Test Electronics If Equipped

Gas Furnace & Boiler Tune-up

This tune-up includes an incredibly detailed, 39-point safety inspection including some of the following services.

  • Clean & Test Flame Sensor
  • Clean & Check Burner Assembly
  • Clear Furnace Condensate Drains
  • Test Pressure Switch Operation
  • Test Inducer Operation & Amps
  • Test Thermostat Operation
  • Test Motor Amp Draws
  • Test All Safety Switches
  • Test Blower Operation & Amps
  • Check Combustion Air & Venting
  • Test Temperature Rise
  • Check Air Filter
  • Test Gas Pressure
  • Tighten Electrical Connections
  • Test Run Capacitors
  • Adjust Gas Pressure If Needed
  • Reset Maintenance Reminders
  • Check Blower Wheel
  • Check For Air Leaks At Plenum
  • Clean Furnace Cabinet

Why Should I Invest In A Maintenance Plan?

These plans have been designed by experts to keep your home’s heating and cooling equipment healthy and long-lasting. They also protect your safety from things like electrical fires, gas leaks or problem ventilation.

Best of all, we believe our maintenance programs bring you great peace of mind when it comes to your home heating and cooling systems. Call to discuss what plans may be right for you, or request service online now.

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