Heating & Cooling Equipment Preventative Maintenance Agreements

The Max Performance Maintenance Plan

When homeowners go online to look at HVAC sites, it’s usually because something substantial needs to be done. Usually, replacements or major repairs are required. Repair and installation prices are the most popular searches, overlooking routine maintenance. Ignoring it is a costly mistake. Always keep in mind that proper maintenance will ensure smooth performance in the short and long run. According to research, proper HVAC system maintenance can:

  • Increase comfort
  • Increase system capacity
  • Lower operating costs
  • Insure longer equipment life

You’ve come to the right place if you’re thinking about obtaining a maintenance plan.

The Max Performance Maintenance Plan

Enhance your comfort, energy savings, and peace of mind with our Max Performance Maintenance Plan!

We have Easy payment options:

Easy Monthly Installments from $17.99/month or a single annual payment of $199 Per Year.

Member Plan Benefits Include:

  • 2- Peak Performance Tune-ups! (One in the Spring for Cooling. One in the Fall for Heating! We make sure your system is ready for each upcoming season!)
  • Priority Scheduling
    Experiencing a breakdown? As a Member, you come FIRST!
  • 24 hour service for plan members
    As a Member, you can depend on us 24/7!
  • 15% off any repairs
    All machines break eventually. But when that day comes, you NEVER pay regular price as a Member
  • 5% off Future Equipment needs as well as Our Clean Air Indoor Air Quality products
    Consider how much money you’ll save with our maintenance plan!

There’s more!

  • Enhance Comfort
    Once your home’s HVAC system has been examined, cleaned, and is working at top efficiency, your family’s comfort can improve.
  • Decrease operating costs
    A good maintenance plan can lower operating costs.
  • Improve Reliability
    Our Peak Performance Program increases the reliability of your comfort system by detecting and resolving minor issues before they become major issues.
  • Up to 80% of all air conditioning and heat pump compressor failures could be eliminated
    There’s a good possibility that the failure will be resolved if the problem that caused it was addressed quickly.
  • Refrigerant should never need to be replaced
    If it must be added every year, there is an actual leak that should be repaired.
  • Decrease air conditioning or heat pump electrical usage
    A dirty evaporator, condenser, or blower could increase system electrical usage by 50% or more.
  • Avoid reduced efficiency
    Just 1/100 of an inch of dirt or film on an evaporator coil can reduce efficiency by 5%. Un-repaired small problems can lead to very expensive repairs.
  • Electrical components wear out over time
    When a compressor contactor or run capacitor fails, compressor damage can occur.
  • Reduce repairs
    A routine inspection of electrical controls and refrigerant components could save you hundreds of dollars in needless repairs.
  • This service may pay for itself several times over in energy savings alone
    Annual safety checks can eliminate dangerous problems and save on energy.

Maintenance Plan Features

  • Full inspection of system operation
  • Test thermostat for proper operation
  • Safe Combustion Inspection
  • Inspection of heat exchanger integrity
  • Check ignitors and pilot assemblies
  • Check and clear condensate lines (high efficiency systems)
  • Inspect and tighten all electrical connections
  • Remove dust and debris from furnace
  • Test and inspect safeties
  • Inspect and clean combustion chamber, burners and flue
  • Inspect and clean flame sensors and flame rods
  • Inspect blower motor and wheel
  • Inspect control board, modules and electronics
  • Check filter
  • Check humidifier for proper operation
  • Make recommendations for preventative repairs or services
  • Recommend products to improve home air quality, comfort and efficiency

  • Full inspection of system operation and safety
  • Test Refrigerant (Freon) levels
  • Test thermostat for proper calibration and operation
  • Inspect and tighten all electrical connections in air handler and heat pump
  • Remove dust and debris from air handler
  • Inspect blower motor and wheel
  • Inspect control board, modules and electronics
  • Inspect auxiliary heaters and sequencers (As needed)
  • Out at heat pump check defrost cycle, Verify proper refrigerant charge, and inspect
    contactors, capacitors and outdoor fan.
  • Check filter
  • Check humidifier for proper operation
  • Make recommendations for preventative repairs or services
  • Recommend products to improve home air quality, comfort and efficiency.

  • Full inspection of system operation
  • Test thermostat for proper operation  
  • Combustion check  
  • Inspect combustion chamber, burners and flue  
  • Check ignitors and pilot assemblies  
  • Inspect and clean flame sensors and flame rods  
  • Inspect heat exchanger  
  • Check and clear condensate lines (high efficiency systems)  
  • Inspect pressure reducing valve, expansion tank, and water pump  
  • Steam boiler check the low water cut-off and clean or replace sight glass if accessible  
  • Check water temps and flow  
  • Inspect and tighten all electrical connections  
  • Remove dust and debris from boiler cabinet  
  • Test and inspect safety’s  
  • Clean accessible burners, flame sensors and flame rods  
  • Inspect control board, modules and electronics  
  • Make recommendations for preventative repairs or services  
  • Recommend products to improve home air quality, comfort and efficiency