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    Preventive Maintenance / System Tune Ups

    GS Air & Heat, Inc. offers many solutions to meet the needs of our customers.

    Routine Maintenance is fundamental to keeping your home’s heating and cooling system running smoothly and efficiently. This increased efficiency can help you fight the rising costs of today’s energy bills while ensuring the longest possible life for your equipment. Like an automobile your home’s air conditioning system must be regularly maintained to perform at its peak. In a single year your heating and cooling system can run for as many as 2,000 hours. If neglected, you pay a hefty price- in wasted energy efficiency, shortened equipment life and expensive breakdowns. Having your equipment routinely maintained results in fewer service problems and warranties that are kept valid.
    GS Air & Heat recommend having your home’s heating and cooling system checked semi annually once in the spring and once in the fall. We offer maintenance contracts tailored to your equipment, budget and specific needs.
    Not ready to sign a service agreement – not a problem. Give us a call to schedule a tune-up of your Air Conditioning system and one of friendly service technicians can help keep your home comfortable for you and your family.

    21 Point Inspection check points that will be performed on your system.

    1 Inspect all electrical controls, wiring, connections and disconnects.
    2 Inspect all contactor points and relays.
    3 Check capacitor for proper capacitance.
    4 Check compressor and condenser fan motor amps
    5 Check system for proper refrigerant operating charge
    6 Verify proper operation of reversing valves.
    7 Check defrost cycle to ensure system can de-ice
    8 Check condenser fan motor bearings and blade condition.
    9 Inspect evaporator/condenser coils for cleanliness.
    10 Flush all drain lines and pans and install algaecide pan treatment.
    11 Check filtration – change/ wash filters (customer supplies).
    12 Check temperature splits across evaporator coil
    13 Inspect blower wheel, housing and motor.
    14 Check heat strip amps, circuit components & safety.
    15 Check thermostat operation, mounting and calibration
    16 Check for excessive vibration.
    17 Visually check for leaks at plenum
    18 Check for all indoor air quality hazards.
    19 Check all controls and safety devices
    20 Inspect the overall condition of the equipment and cabinets.
    21 Submit written report of deficiencies including estimated repair or replacement costs.

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