Maintenance Plans 

CAROLINA COMFORT CLUB – NEW APPROACH TO HVAC MAINTENANCE PLANS

Nobody is happy when their heating or cooling system or HVAC breaks down, especially because it almost always happens at the worst time – when the weather is hottest or coldest.  Regular Maintenance and Tune-up is the best way to prevent unexpected breakdowns of your heating and air conditioning systems and can extend its lifetime. Being confident, that maintenance is key for years of trouble free operation of your heating and air system, we created Carolina Comfort Club, a set of long term maintenance plans which rebate or pay for repairs while under maintenance. Our Comfort Club gives you two options, and both include a tune-up and other benefits.

The Comfort Plan provides a tune-up, discounts on repairs and 50% off diagnostic fees.
It also guarantees priority service.

What You Can Expect With Your Comfort Plan 

Heating & Cooling Tune-Up

15% Off Repairs

50% Off Diagnostic Fees

Priority Service

Precision Heating Tune-Up

  • Test Carbon monoxide levels
  • Clean and adjust burners and inspect heat exchanger
  • Check thermostat operation
  • Lubricate all motors, beating, fans and circulator pumps
  • Clean pilot assembly
  • Replace disposable filter with MERV 8 pleated filter
  • Test and adjust operation of safety and operating controls
  • Inspect flue pipe and gas calve
  • Check blower motor (and belt if applicable)
  • Safety test and tighten all wiring and connections
  • Turn exposed dampers to heating position if marked (no balancing)
  • Flush condensate drain to protect against overflow
  • Check temperature rise
  • Check fan speed
  • Check gas pressure at gas valve
  • Visually inspect duct system
  • Test smoke detectors
  • Check service light
  • Check humidity
  • Inform client of equipment connection. Recommend necessary repair

Precision Cooling Tune-Up

  • Lubricate all moving parts
  • Record operating pressures and temperatures
  • Replace disposable air filter with MERV 8 pleated filter
  •   Measure refrigerant superheat and sub cooling
  • Flush condensate drain to protect against overflow
  • Clean outdoor condenser coil
  • Wash and wax outdoor condenser cabinet
  • Check blower motor (and belt in applicable)
  • Test “temperature drop” at return and supply air; adjust blower speed
  • Safety test all controls for proper operation
  • Meter voltage and amperage in all motors; test for worn bearings
  • Test condition of compressor contacts
  • Inspect start an run capacitors and relays for bulges, rust and leaks
  • Test and tighten wires and connections
  • Clean thermostat
  • Check service light
  • Check evaporator coil
  • Check humidity
  • Inform client of equipment condition. Recommend necessary repairs
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