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HVAC Preventative Maintenance Services

Regular HVAC preventative maintenance is the best way to ensure trouble-free operation and peak performance of your air conditioning and heating equipment.  Before each heating and cooling season begins, it’s a good idea to have your system checked by one of our maintenance experts.  A pre-season maintenance schedule helps to avoid a system failure during peak cooling and peak heating times.

Regular HVAC preventative maintenance can easily reduce energy costs, prevent premature repairs, and extend the life of your equipment.  See the checklists below for the tasks that are included in the preventative maintenance visits.

Spring Cleaning & Maintenance Checklist

  • Wash Condenser Coil
  • Measure Freon Level
  • Measure and Record amps on Motors
  • Check Supply and Return Air Temperatures
  • Blow Out Condensate Drain and Clean Pan
  • Visually Inspect for Refrigerant Leaks
  • Inspect Belts
  • Lubricate all Motors and Non-sealed Moving Parts
  • Inspect Safety Controls
  • Inspect Electrical Disconnect for Proper Operation
  • Tighten Electrical Connections

Fall Cleaning & Maintenance Checklist

  • Blow Out Condensate Drain and Clean Pan
  • Measure Freon Level (Heat Pumps)
  • Measure and Record amps on Motors
  • Sequence Electric Heat, Check AMP Draw (Electric)
  • Inspect Heat Exchanger (Gas)
  • Inspect Evaporator Coil for Particulate Obstruction
  • Inspect and Adjust Ignition and Clean Burner Assembly (Gas)
  • Inspect and Adjust Indoor Blower Components
  • Tighten Electrical Connections
  • Inspect Safety Controls
  • Cycle Heating and Cooling
  • Inspect Belts
  • Lubricate all Motors & Non-sealed Moving Parts

If you have any questions regarding our services or to schedule a preventative maintenance appointment, call Comfort Climate Service at 251.610.2848.  We provide quality service at competitive prices. We service the Fairhope, Baldwin County and the Greater Mobilee Alabama areas.

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