Planned maintenance of your heating and air conditioning system is vital in keeping your system running at its most efficient peak performance. All-American Air Conditioning provides a comprehensive maintenance program which features a 35 point checklist designed to not only insure proper performance from your comfort system but to save you money in the form of lower heating and cooling costs as well as special discounts for priority clients who participate in our Planned Maintenance program.
“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Our planned maintenance program is all about prevention.
Our Planned Maintenance program provides inspections and cleanings of your heating and cooling system twice yearly (usually in the spring and fall). Although scheduled maintenance inspections/cleanings do not guarantee against breakdown, this planned maintenance program does help to prolong the life of your system(s) as well as avoid costly repairs. This service is performed by highly skilled professionals and is designed to give you priority service over non-agreement clients.
What is priority service?
Suppose your comfort system has an untimely breakdown. As a priority client your service call goes to the front of the line when we have other non-agreement customers scheduled for service. Besides priority client status and the benefit of an efficiently operating system, you receive special discounts on repairs as well as discounts on new products you purchase from us.
1) Reduce heating and cooling costs up to $200/year/system.
2) Improve efficiency up to 21%.
3) Add up to 8 years to equipment life.
4) Improve system capacity up to 25%.
5) Inflation proof.
(You are locked in at the agreement rate you signed up at. Should our agreement costs rise, your cost does not)
6) Priority customer status.
7) Agreement is transferable.
8) 24-hour emergency service 365 days per year at reduced rates.
9) Discounts available on replacement equipment.
What does it include?
35 point Check List – Identifies areas of concern and includes the following:
1) Visually inspect/clean air handler/furnace and condensing unit.
2) Monitor refrigerant and adjust as necessary.
3) Check and clean/replace filters.
4) Check/treat drain pans and condensate drain.
5) Oil motors as necessary.
6) Check wiring and electrical connections.
7) Check voltage and amperage to all motors.
8) Check all thermostat operations.
9) Check heat system.
10) Immediately report specific problems (if any) to owner and provide firmly quoted repair costs.
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