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Choosing the right air conditioner or furnace can be a daunting task. It is one of the most expensive purchases that a homeowner has to make. Whether you are a new homeowner, or you’ve owned the home for many years – it is important that you are educated on selecting the right product.

Our team of qualified HVAC technicians will help you with the selection, installation, maintenance, and repair of your machine.

 Preventive maintenance or tune-up service ensures that your furnace and air conditioning equipment is in good working condition at the time it is required. It helps maintain your home’s indoor air temperature when it is needed most.

At Furnace AC Solutions we provide best tune-up service at the minimum backup time and affordable price. Schedule a tune-up service with our certified and experienced technicians today!

For a limited time, 24-points Furnace Tune-up for $125*

  1. Check combustion air (check level of carbon monoxide and other gases)
  2. Check thermostat calibration
  3. Clean and adjust burner assembly
  4. Clean and/or replace standard air filters
  5. Check drain pipe blockage
  6. Clean ignition assembly
  7. Check any code violence
  8. Check ventor motor for noise and leakage
  9. Examine equipment condition area, installation quality and clearances
  10. Examine heat exchanger (primary and secondary)
  11. Adjust gas pressure
  12. In-place clean and adjust blower components
  13. Inspect gas piping
  14. Inspect gas burners (sout with Nitrogen Blowout)
  15. Inspect exhaust vent pipe
  16. Lubricate all moving parts
  17. Measure for correct air flow
  18. Measure temperature difference between supply air and return air
  19. Check electrical connections and test voltage/amps on system components
  20. Inspect all pressure switches
  21. Monitor heating cycle
  22. Test safety controls
  23. Test starting capabilities
  24. Tighten electrical connections

17-points Air Conditioner Tune-up for $125*

  1. Check thermostat calibration
  2. Clean and/or replace standard air filters
  3. Clean condensate drain
  4. Clean condenser coil
  5. Check refrigerant pressure (R410A) in the system.
  6. Examine equipment condition area, and clearances
  7. Examine installation quality
  8. In place, clean and adjustment of blower components
  9. Inspect evaporator coil
  10. Lubricate all moving parts
  11. Measure for correct air flow
  12. Measure temperature difference between supply air and return air
  13. Measure volts and amps
  14. Monitor cooling cycle
  15. Test system start up and shut down for proper operation
  16. Test air conditioner safety controls
  17. Tighten electrical connections

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