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HVAC and Air Conditioning Maintenance Agreement

HVAC Maintenance Agreements

To save on utility bills and service calls, Air Supply Heating and Air Conditioning urges you to take a preventive approach to your heating and cooling. All of your heating and cooling systems should be included in a regular inspection and maintenance program. Properly maintained equipment by Air Supply functions more efficiently, lasts longer and saves you money on your utility bills!

What our Maintenance Agreement includes:

Priority Service
In the Las Vegas area, temperatures can rise to 115 degrees in the summer and have been known to drop to the teens in the winter. Most equipment failures occur during these periods. Move yourself to the front of the line with a trusted Maintenance Agreement from Air Supply Heating and Air Conditioning!

Savings on Repairs
Every once in awhile, systems do break down and repairs are needed. Maintenance Agreement customers save up to 20% on repairs and parts.

Regularly Scheduled Maintenance
Getting your HVAC system checked twice annually is just as important as changing the oil in your car every 3,000 miles!

What to expect during a professional maintenance visit from a qualified Air Supply Heating and Air Conditioning technician:
• Checking system functions, safety controls, and adjustment of operating sequence.
• Inspection of electrical components and connections. Repair, replace or tighten.
• Ensure proper airflow and change dirty air filters.
• Inspection of pumps. Lubricate and check flow rates.
• Cleaning and lubricating motors.
• Examination of belts. Adjustment and alignment.
• Inspection, cleaning and balancing of blowers.

Spring Visit (in preparation for the summer season)
• Cleaning inside of coil, condensate pans, condensate traps, and condensate lines to prevent obstructions.
• Cleaning of outside coil and straightening of fins for efficient operation.
• Check of refrigerant levels and if low, finding the leak and fixing it. According to many equipment manufacturers, a 10% refrigerant loss will result in a 20% decrease in system efficiency!

Fall Visit (in preparation for the winter season)
• Cleaning the burner assembly.
• Removing soot from fireside of burner.
• Cleaning and checking operation of humidifier.
• Inspection of the heat exchanger for cracks.
• Adjustment of air-to-fuel ratio of burner and performance of combustion analysis.

Become a Maintenance Plan customer today!