HVAC Maintenance Agreement

Is An HVAC Maintenance Agreement Right For You?

Installing a new HVAC system, as well as replacing parts and equipment for your unit, can lead to costly investments for your home. However, at Crow’s Heat and Air, our maintenance agreements are designed to lighten these costs. We offer a tier list of varying maintenance plans with the intention of meeting your home’s specific needs, without overcharging you for unnecessary services.

What do you get out of a maintenance agreement with Crow’s Heat and Air?

Investing in a maintenance agreement will award you with two free visits to your home per year. These visits will take place before the Texas summer heat impacts your system, and prior to the winter months begin to ensure your HVAC equipment can withstand extreme temperatures and keep your family comfortable all year long.

  • A certain percentage taken off of the final cost of all repairs. These percentages range from 5-10% off, depending on the maintenance package that fits your needs the best.
  • All Crow’s Heat and Air customers that invest in a maintenance agreement are given priority scheduling, discounted diagnostic charges, and exclusive member promotions.
  • All labor on repairs that are a result of equipment failure are covered under Crow’s Heat and Air maintenance agreements.
  • All parts for repairs and upgrades are discounted for customers under a maintenance plan.

What services are provided during our maintenance visits?

A thorough 15-point inspection and cleaning of each unit. These inspections vary for each visit, as one is geared towards the heating components in your system, and the other focuses on cooling components.

Heating Checklist:

  • Lubricate Motors
  • Adjust controls as needed
  • Adjust combustion air to burners
  • Check fan belts
  • Change filters, standard pleated filters included
  • Check air temperature rise>
  • Check wiring and connections
  • Clean burners
  • Check for gas leaks in furnace
  • Check heat exchanger for cracks
  • Check performance of system
  • Check heat strips
  • Check heat pump in heating mode
  • Check heat pump in defrost
  • Clean heat exchanger

Cooling Checklist:

  • Lubricate motors
  • Check fan belts
  • Change filters, standard pleated filters included
  • Check evaporator air temperatures
  • Check wiring and connections
  • Check refrigerant charge
  • Check operating pressure
  • Check voltage and AMP draw
  • Clean condensate line
  • Check performance of system
  • Check contactor points
  • Check pressure switches
  • Clean condenser coil
  • Check temperature differential
  • Clean evaporator coil

What are the long term benefits of investing in an HVAC maintenance agreement?

  • A healthier and more comfortable home
  • Early problem detection and prevention assist you in being proactive with your HVAC unit, rather than reactive once an issue presents itself.
  • Improved energy efficiency and lower utility bills
  • Extended lifespan of your HVAC system
  • Improved indoor air quality

If you’re wondering where to begin with the maintenance of your home’s heating and cooling systems, or if you have any additional questions, contact us at 972-548-1323.

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