Chicago HVAC Maintenance Services
Saving energy is on everyone’s mind
Did you know that simple routine maintenance on your system can lower the cost of your energy bills significantly? If your furnace system is older than ten years, you could be saving up to 40% on your heating bills with a new energy efficient heating system.
In addition to reducing energy costs, regular maintenance helps prevent health and safety risk as cracks in a furnace system can cause serious health risk because of exposure to toxic fumes.
We have full-service capabilities throughout the life of you furnace, air conditioning, or boiler system. This includes installation, inspection, and ongoing maintenance to help prevent costly repairs. Our maintence service includes:
- Licensed technicians
- 24-hour service
- Mobile dispatching
- 2-hour appointment windows
- Hourly or flat rate pricing
- EPA certified procedures
- Trane Certified
Air Conditioning Inspection & Cleaning:
Includes inspection of thermostat, air filter, condenser coil, evaporator coil, blower assembly, refrigerator charge, drain pan, condensant drain lines, condensation blower motor, condensor fan blade, condensor motor, test capacitators, fan control center, wiring connections, measure volts and amps, disconnect box, compressor check, lubricant of motor and bearings, lineset insulation, and secure all panels.
Includes inspection of heater exchange, air filter, burners, pilot, gas line, gas valve, safety controls, blower motor, blower wheels, capacitators, belts, combustion air opening, flue pipe, inductor motor assembly, flue draft, pressure switch, thermostat, fan switch, controls, relay and contacts, unit wiring, hot surface ignitor, flame restrictions, tempature rise, manifold gas pressure, condensation drain, and secure all panels.
Hot Water Boiler Clean & Safety Inspection:
Includes inspection of boiler pressure, expansion tank, pressure relief valve, circulating pump, tempature set point, automatic draft vent damper, burners, pilot, gas line, gas valve, safety controls, combustion air opening, flue pipe, inductor motor assembly, flue draft, pressure switch, thermostat, controls, relay and contacts, unit wiring, hot surface ignitor, flame restrictions, manifold gas pressure, and secure all panels.