HVAC systems are complicated, highly technical units with many moving parts and electrical components that require preventative maintenance to ensure they continue to operate safely, efficiently, and reliably. Avoid costly repairs and downtime by calling us to create a custom preventative maintenance program that fits your needs.

We provide preventative maintenance on all types of HVAC units including: heaters, gas furnaces, electric furnaces, heat pumps, air conditioners, boilers, chillers, ventilation equipment, and roof top units.

Preventative Maintenance Program


  • Lengthen Asset Lifespan
  • Decrease Breakdowns
  • Increase Efficiency
  • Inventory Control
  • Decrease Downtime
  • Promote Health and Safety
  • Boost End User Satisfaction
  • Cost Savings
HVAC Maintenance Agreement Benefits

For Maintenance Call

Residential Program

Our residential program is designed to minimize costly repairs and replacement by maintaining your system in good working order. Inspection services include:

HeatersAir Conditioners
Inspect BurnersCheck Condenser Coil
Clean / Inspect Heat ExchangerCheck Condensate Pans and Drains
Clean Blower Housing and ExteriorAdjust Blower Components
Adjust Fan Belt TensionLubricate Bearings and Motors
Check Electrical ConnectionsCheck Fins on Condensing Unit
Test Gas ValveCheck Electrical Connections
Check Thermocouple / IgniterCheck Refrigerant Operating Pressure
Inspect FlueCheck Voltage and Amperage of Motors
Test Fan and Furnace LimitCheck All Safety Controls
Test ThermostatCheck Temperature Drop and Rise
Adjust Gas PressureCalibrate Thermostat
Install New FilterInstall New Filter

Industrial / Commercial Program

This program utilizes technology to track all maintenance and repairs for each particular unit. This service utilizes negotiated hourly rates and markups on parts and consumables. We have seen a call-out reduction by up to 50% after one year of implementation. This effective program is implemented with the following process.

  • Identify All Systems
    • Critical Units
    • Non-Critical Units – “Comfort Systems”
  • Assign Asset Numbers To Each Unit
  • Develop Preventative Maintenance Program For Each Specific That Assigns Priority to Critical Units
    • Schedule of Services
    • Identify Inspection Points
    • Create Spare Part Inventory List – Recommendation Per Unit
    • Generate Work Orders
    • Provide Estimates for Repairs