HVAC SERVICE MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT
Service Maintenance Plans
Why Should I Have a Service Maintenance Plan for My Heating & Air Conditioning Units?
Our Promise, Our Pledge
We believe the confidence a customer places in us is a sacred trust. It is our goal to provide our customer with quality performance, courtesy and exemplary service.
What Does the Technician Do for My Heating and Air Conditioning System under a Service Maintenance Agreement?
The 40 Point Service Check
1. Check for Owners manual availability
2. Check CO levels inside and Outside
3. Check Heat Exchanger
4. Clean out pressure hoses and condensate trap
5. Check Condensate pump for safety switch
6. Visual inspection of vent pipes
7. Check and tighten electrical connections
8. Check pressure switches
9. Check Micro amp reading of flame sensor
10. Check Ohm reading on igniter
11. Check Amp draw on ventor motor
12. Check Amp draw on blower motor
13. Check gas pressures, static and operating
14. Check temperature differences for Heat Exchanger
15. Check Limit Switches
16. Check for gas pipe grounding
17. Paint outdoor pipe if needed (additional charge applies)
18. Check Filters and replace as needed. (extra charge for filters applies)
19. Visual inspection of the other appliances
20. Check relative humidity in home
21. Thermostat – test for proper operation and level
22. Bearing – inspect for wear and lubricate
23. Inspect indoor coil if accessible
24. Confirm proper return air and size
25. Inspect Condenser Coil
26. Refrigerant – monitor operating pressures
27. Safety Devices – inspect for proper operation
28. Electrical Disconnect Box – inspect for proper rating and safe installation
29. Test/inspect contactors for burned, pitted contacts
30. Inspect electrical for exposed wiring
31. Inspect and test capacitors
32. Inspect fan blade
33. Inspect service valves for proper operation
34. Inspect ductwork for energy loss, if applicable
35. Compressor – monitor, measure amperage and volt draw and wiring connections
36. Check Unit for Time Delay Relay, if applicable
37. Check Unit for Isolation pads, if applicable
38. Inspect all fittings for signs of oil and/or leakage
39. Check lines and fittings with refrigerant leak detector
40. Check the condition of Blower Belt, if applicable
Don’s Maintenance Plan
Terms & Conditions
*Equipment to be insured must pass initial inspection at owners’ expense. Any worn or broken parts must be replaced before any service agreement will be accepted.
*Heat exchangers & compressors are not covered by any of the above service agreements
*Refrigerant leaks will be charged at time and material
*Maximum value of repairs up to $1200 annually
We will endeavor to render efficient service hereunder, but it is expressly agreed that we shall in no event be liable for damage or loss caused by delay and/or loss arising out of the performance of this agreement.
We reserve the right to reject any agreement if on inspection by service technician, equipment is found tampered with or in such condition that service will be unsatisfactory to either party. It is mutually agreed that this agreement covers only electrically operated units inside the equipment and does not cover the labour for duct work, flue pipe, heat exchangers, humidifier, HRV, thermostat, electrical, plumbing, balancing beyond the units, or any labour or parts because of negligent misuse of equipment, fire, flood, earthquake, tornado, any other act of God, shortage of electrical or water supply, sabotage or damage caused by freezing.
No service will be rendered under this agreement if customer has past due account, the outstanding balance must be paid for in advance.