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Residential Preventive Maintenance

Preventative Maintenance Agreements Taylor MI - Residential, Commercial - Affordable Comfort Heating and Cooling - manAffordable Comfort’s Residential Preventive Maintenance Agreement offers priority emergency services if a breakdown should occur. Our service technicians will respond and treat your call as a priority service call. You will receive a 15% discounts on parts for repairs and labor. You will also receive discounts on diagnostic/trip charges.
 
Planned Maintenance includes: Two maintenance call per year, one in each heating and cooling season. This is to inspect and to advice you of any needed repairs to prevent breakdown and maintain the highest level of efficiency. No repairs will be made without your approval.

Our inspection and checks will include the follow:

  • Proper voltage
  • Heat exchanger
  • Pulleys and belts
  • Contacts and relays
  • Clean filters
  • Electric strip heaters
  • Condensate pump
  • Proper refrigerant
  • Electrical connections
  • Fan limit switch
  • Blower assembly
  • Motors
  • Vibration noise
  • Indoor coil
  • Clean condenser coil
  • Condensate drain
  • Visible leaks
  • Burners
  • Standard thermostat
 

Commercial Preventive Maintenance

Commercial Planned Maintenance will include- Four maintenance calls per year, which each call will be done quarterly. Our purpose for this is to inspect and advice you of any repairs that will be needed to maintain efficiency and to prevent breakdowns. No repairs will be made without company’s approval.

Our inspections and checks will include the following:

  • Wiring connections
  • Contactors
  • Volts-amps on evaporator fans
  • Volts-amps on condenser fans
  • Volts –amps on compressors
  • Change belts
  • Change filters
  • Crankcase heaters
  • Connections for heating
  • Volt-amps for heating
  • Staging
  • High limits and safeties
  • Heat exchanger, bonnet,
    and all flue ways
  • Draft fans for dirt and rust
  • Safeties
  • Overall cleanliness of heating section
  • Condensate pan, drain and pump
  • Evaporator Coil
  • Lubricate blower fans, motors, shafts and bearings
  • Condenser and Evaporator temperature differential
  • Oil levels
  • Visual Checks for leaks
  • Condenser coil
  • Suction pressure cutout
  • Suction and discharge pressure
  • Refrigeration charge, hi-low superheat