Heating and Air Conditioning Preventative Maintenance Services
PM services are generally scheduled semi-annually to maintain peak efficiency, prevent utility overpayment, and avert system failures through predictive maintenance that can help extend the life of your HVAC system. Sometimes PMAs are also referred to as "planned maintenance agreements," "start and checks," or "preventative service agreements." PMAs usually consist of fall and spring scheduled sessions for a MechTech HVAC, Inc. service technician to go through your entire HVAC system preparing it for the upcoming season in a proactive approach before system failure and prior to overpaying your utility company.
*MechTech HVAC, Inc. provides a comprehensive preventative maintenance plan for your HVAC equipment, new or old.
Planned Maintenance will:
- extend the life of your equipment
- reduce your energy expenses
- include priority services
- provide a 10% discount on parts
- provide a discount on system replacements
- improve the air quality of your environment
*Please call for pricing.
Semi-annual maintenance schedule:
- Clean evaporator coil
- Clean condenser coil
- Check condenser fan motor
- Check condenser fan blade for vibration
- Check noise and vibration levels
- Check return air filters
- Check condensate drain
- Check condensate pan and fittings for leaks
- Check reversing valve
- Check heat exchanger
- Check blower wheel
- Check blower motor
- Check belt, pulleys, and alignment
- Lube motors and bearings
- Check and secure all panels
Savings: service agreements typically more than pay for themselves through higher efficiency, less utility overpayment, and contractor discounts. PMA customers typically receive a discount on all parts and services performed during the entire year.
Peace of Mind: Predictive maintenance will mean fewer system failures and a longer life for your HVAC equipment.
Priority Service: Should a system failure occur during the heat of the summer or the cold of the winter, customers with service agreements generally receive priority service.
Continuity: MechTech HVAC, Inc. is often able to assign technicians to specific customers. That way, you get to see and know the same service technician, and he or she becomes more familiar with you and your equipment.
- Examine parts for visable wear
- check defrost assembly
- Check thermostat
- Examine electrical connections
- Check all controls
- Check all safety devices
- Check capacitors
- Check relays and contactors
- Check crankcase heater
- Check for proper electrical use; voltage, current draw, etc.
- Check unit disconnect
- Start unit
- Check refrigerant pressures
- Advise improvements as needed