Safety and Maintenance Agreement

Anything with moving parts usually requires maintenance. If you want to maintain your car you take it to get the oil changed every 3,000 miles (unless it’s a hybrid, it’s 10,000 miles and synthetic oil). At a certain point, depending on how you use them, you have to replace the brakes. Why would maintaining your furnace and air conditioner be any different? It isn’t! Maintaining your HVAC equipment can add years to the life of your equipment. Adequate and Safety and Maintenance Agreement appointment with Bill's Heating & Air Conditioning, 526 Garfield, Lincoln, NE 68502consistent maintenance of your HVAC equipment will also perform better saving you money. A maintenance appointment is always a good time to catch a problem before it becomes an expensive situation.

A Maintenance Agreement can extend the life of your HVAC Equipment

Maintaining your HVAC equipment can add years to the life of your equipment. Adequate and consistent maintenance of your HVAC equipment will also perform better saving you money. A maintenance appointment is always a good time to catch a problem before it becomes an expensive situation.

Your Safety and Maintenance Agreement includes:

Spring Air Conditioner Safety and Maintenance

Check:

  • blower belt wear, tension and alignment
  • flue for satisfactory operation
  • defrost control
  • system charge
  • change over valve
  • contractor
  • outdoor fan motor
  • amps on compressor

Clean:

  • and adjust automatic controls
  • burners
  • outdoor coil
  • outdoor unit cabinet

Also:

  • adjust combustion for optimum fuel efficiency
  • lubricate as needed
  • test for combustion leaks
  • test the safety shutoff response

Fall Furnace Maintenance (Gas and Electric Furnaces differ slightly)

Check:

  • all wiring for look connections and condition of insulation
  • supply voltage
  • amperage on blower motor
  • blower belt for wear, tension, and alignment
  • gas connections for leaks
  • heat exchanger
  • burner operation

Clean:

  • and treat coil
  • condensate drain pan
  • heat strips
  • the outside of the unit

Also:

  • clean and check automatic controls
  • lubricate as needed
  • test safety shutoff valve
  • change filter

Safety and Maintenance for Heat Pump

Check:

  • defrost cycle and reversing valve operation
  • safety devices and electrical connections for tightness
  • blower belt wear, tension and alignment
  • for oil and refrigerant leaks
  • refrigerant level
  • refrigerant controls and coil temperature for max. efficiency
  • condensate drain

Also:

  • lubricate as needed
  • adjust air volume for max. efficiency
  • test electrical controls for proper operation

Get the peace of mind you want and extend the life of your HVAC equipment with our Safety and Maintenance Agreement for 1,2 or 3 years starting at $189.00. Call the heating & air conditioning professionals at Bills Cooling today. Sign up for a one-year maintenance agreement and have your air conditioner serviced before the heat of the summer poses a potential problem for you!