Minnesota Residential HVAC Maintenance Plans
Residential Maintenance Program
There is no question that preventative maintenance is crucial in keeping your heating and cooling system running properly, safely and at peak efficiency. Regular tune ups on all your HVAC equipment saves energy, reduces the risk of costly breakdowns, and prolongs the life of your comfort system. LaSalle Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc. presents our customers with a preventive maintenance program that differs from others. We deliver peace of mind by guaranteeing your equipment is properly maintained by one of our professionals. Annual visits on your heating and cooling system are detailed, documented and accompanied with photo documentation. We suggest signing up for our maintenance program to also receive: Discounts on scheduled and emergency service calls, discounts on parts and equipment and priority service.
The complete fall tune up of your heating equipment will include:
- Inspection over all condition and performance of heating equipment.
- Orsat test including carbon monoxide test, oxygen test, carbon dioxide test, gas pressure test and calibration, check flue temperature, check furnace efficiency, visually inspect the heat exchanger with an extendable camera.
- Check flame rectification and clean flame sensor if necessary.
- Test all limit controls, including any roll out sensors.
- Inspect all electrical connections, tighten if necessary.
- Check the current draw of all motors.
- Check bearings and oil if necessary.
- Check blower wheels for balance and debris.
- Verify flue for proper slope and condition.
- Check gas train, connection for condition and if any leaks are present.
- Check circuit board for proper operation, overall condition.
- Check pressure switches for condition and operation.
- Check air filter.
- Inspect ductwork for condition and functionality.
The complete spring tune up of your cooling equipment will include:
- Inspection of overall condition and performance of cooling equipment.
- Check condition of condenser coil.
- Check condition of refrigerant lines.
- Check condition of electrical components.
- Check total current draw of unit.
- Check condenser fan amp draw.
- Check Compressor amp draw.
- Check condenser fan motor capacitance.
- Check compressor capacitance.
- Check contactor for operation and over all condition.
- Check all wire connections and tighten if necessary.
- Check air temperature entering the condenser.
- Check air temperature leaving the condenser.
- Check liquid line pressure.
- Check suction line pressure.
- Check subcooling/superheat.
- Check refrigerant levels.
- Check air filter
Installing high efficiency equipment puts more money into homeowners’ pockets by reducing energy and lowering monthly utility bills.
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