Depending on the agreement you purchase, we will visit your home up to three times annually under the terms of your agreement.

We will call you between March 1 and September 1 to schedule maintenance on your air conditioner. We will call you between September 1 and March 1 to schedule maintenance on your furnace or boiler. The plumbing visit will be scheduled at a time convenient to you and us. These service calls will be performed during our regular hour between 8 A.M. and 4:30 P.M Monday to Friday

Detailed lists of items checked for each system appear elsewhere in this agreement. Please refer to them to determine what will be done.

Then, if we have to come to your home at any time during the term of your agreement for other than regular maintenance, as a preferred customer you will not pay any trip charge. You will pay only our regular hourly rate, plus material used. If the call is outside of our regular hours, your time for overtime starts when the employee is dispatched to your home. Plus any material used.

In addition to this, if you have a valid HVAC agreement, you will receive up to 10% off the purchase price of a combination furnace and air conditioner system. This offer not valid with any other offer.

If you have a plumbing-only or HVAC-only agreement, discounts apply only to work done within the department of the agreement.


  • Clean pilot and vacuum combustion area
  • Test Electronic Ignition and Flame Signal
  • Inspect the heat exchanger
  • Inspect flue pipe and chimney for correct venting
  • Test all safety/operating controls
  • Check blower and motor-oil bearings as needed
  • Replace air filter-standard 1” -special filters extra
  • Check thermocouple
  • Inspect/clean flame sensor
  • Check flue inducers and oil as needed
  • Check operation of PC boards
  • Test operation of main burners
  • Clean out condensate drip legs
  • Inspect intake and exhaust pipes
  • Inspect terminations of PVC for obstructions
  • Inspect blower wheel and assembly
  • Check thermostat
  • Inspect all wiring for loose connections
  • Check for gas leaks around furnace
  • Turn on humidifier for winter
  • Check Electronic Air Cleaner


  • Inspect and wash out condenser coil with water
  • Blow out condensate line
  • Inspect and clean drain pan
  • Check operation of condensate pump
  • Check all safety/operating controls
  • Check blower motor and blower assembly
  • Replace air filter-standard 1”-special filters extra
  • Shut down humidifier for summer
  • Check refrigerant pressures and system operation
  • Check thermostat
  • Inspect all wiring for loose connections
  • Check air flow and temperature of air in ducts
  • Inspect/oil all motors as needed
  • Inspect pipe insulation for needed replacement
  • Inspect condition of disconnect
  • Check condition of outdoor fan blade
  • Test operation of sequencers and contactors (heat pumps)
  • Test operation of strip heat (heat pumps)
  • Test defrost board (heat pumps)
  • Check Electronic Air Cleaner


  • Inspect and clean pilot assembly
  • Check thermocouple
  • Inspect main burners
  • Inspect/clean flame sensor
  • Inspect heat exchanger
  • Test all safety/operating controls
  • Test operation of main burners
  • Inspect condition of flue pipe, test for draw
  • Vacuum in and around combustion area
  • Check all wiring for loose connections
  • Check for gas leaks around boiler
  • Check thermostat
  • Inspect condition of piping around boiler
  • Hot water boilers
  • Check system temperature and pressure
  • Check pressure reducing valve
  • Check air level in standard expansion tank
  • Check air pressure in bladder expansion tank
  • Inspect circulation motor and pump
  • Inspect motor mounts
  • Inspect condition of air vent valves
  • Bleed air out of top of radiators
  • Steam boilers
  • Clean water gauge glass
  • Check pig tail loop
  • Check low water cut off fill valve
  • Check LW CO burner switch


  • Check faucets for proper operation
  • Check toilets for leakage
  • Check ceramic fixtures for cracks
  • *Check water heater
  • Gas Electric
    -baffle -elements
    -flue draft -thermostat
    -thermocouple -high limit switch
  • Operate/lubricate all water cut offs (if not operated periodically, a water cut off may not work when needed. It is possible, however, that a cut off that has not been used in a while will leak upon operation. If this occurs, the cut off will need to be replaced. We cannot predict if this will happen)
  • Clean all aerators
  • Inspect all exposed pipe for leaks (we can only state whether pipes are leaking now or if there is evidence of a weak pipe where leaks may occur. We cannot and do not warrant whether the pipes will leak within the next year)
  • Inspect ceilings and walls for evidence of leaks (Because slow leaks in walls or ceilings can take a long time to become evident, we cannot and do not warrant that there are no leaks behind the walls or in the ceiling; we can only tell you if there appears to be a leak at the present time and we will advise you of this)
  • Check Sump Pump for proper operation
  • Check disposer for proper operation
  • Check icemaker line for leaks
  • Check condition of washing machine hoses
  • Check for slow drains* The water heater inspection may be performed by the Heating/Cooling Technician






Boiler Only

Electric Air Cleaner Only


Plumbing Only

Additional HVAC Systems

Starting at $235

Starting at $275

Starting at $190

Starting at $199

Starting at $155

Starting at $39

Starting at $25

Starting at $65/bath

Starting at $152/each


Prices starting at…

For example – Plumbing only, 3 baths

For example – HVAC/Plumbing and EAC and humidifier

Plan to protect your comfort today with our maintenance packages! Call 502-451-2525 now to get started!