Furnace Maintenance, Air Conditioning Maintenance & HVAC MaintenanceLittleton, CO, Lone Tree, CO, Highlands Ranch, CO, Castle Rock, CO, Greenwood Village, CO & Parker, CO

Residential Maintenance Contract

allied_familyThis Maintenance Agreement is for (2) visits per year. The services listed are to be performed in the Spring & Fall. The price for this Maintenance Agreement per unit is $150.00, which includes filters. Any service calls outside the scope of this agreement are billable at our current labor rate of $95.00. Any additional parts or materials necessary including freon; must be approved by you, the customer.

Advantages Provided to Allied’s Priority Customer
  • 10% Discount on parts needed!
  • $89.95 trip/diagnostic fee is waived on service calls for the duration of this contract!
  • All visits to perform maintenance are scheduled with you-No showing up unannounced!!
  • Written quotes will be provided for any major work needed.
Fall Heating Cleaning & Tune-Up
  • Inspect gas valve for corrosion, leaks, restriction of gas flow, and abnormal noise: Ensures safe operation
  • Inspect pilot safety/thermocouple/igniter: Ensures safe operation
  • Visually inspect combustion chamber: Ensures proper fuel combustion, prevents carbon monoxide leakage, and improves performance
  • Check for proper operation of high limit control: Extends equipment life and helps prevent overheating
  • Lubricate blower motor and bearings (where applicable) and check for excessive and play: Reduces noise and extends equipment
  • Check air filtration system: Improves performance and efficiency, and extends system life
  • Check gas burners operations: Increases efficiency and provides fuel savings
  • Clean pilot light and check for proper operation: Ensures quiet, efficient operation
  • Check burner assembly for proper alignment and operation: Ensures lowest operating cost and reduces the production of carbon monoxide
  • Check gas pressure to manifold: Ensures maximum heat capacity, extends furnace life, and improves safety and reliability
  • Test fan control for proper operation: Ensures maximum comfort and heat exchanger life
  • Measure temperature rise across heat exchanger: Ensures proper airflow and maximum heat exchanger life
  • Check flue and venting for obstructions and carbon monoxide leaks: Ensures safe operation
  • Service wiring assembly and tighten loose connection: Helps avoid breakdowns, improves safety, and extends system’s life
  • Check thermostat heat anticipator (where applicable): Ensures proper thermostat operation and greater comfort
  • Check for gas leaks and around connections: Improves safety by preventing gas leaks that could cause fire and explosions
  • Inspect indoor cooling coil (for signs of leaks): Determines whether water is leaking on to furnace due to dirt and/or lint
  • Check for proper operation of inducer motor (if applicable): Ensures safe, efficient operation
  • Inspect blower wheel and wheel alignment: Ensures proper air movement, longer life and quiet operation
  • Inspect supply and return air ducts for leaks in immediate vicinity of unit: Lowers operating cost, increases comfort
  • Cycle furnace from the thermostat: Ensures proper operation
  • Examine general condition of furnace cabinet and ductwork: Ensures safety and proper airflow
Air Conditioning Cleaning & Tune-Up
  • Check refrigerant temperatures and pressures for proper level: Makes sure your system is operating at peak efficiency.
  • Measure compressor amp draws: Ensures that you system is using the right amount of electricity
  • Test high voltage at outdoors disconnect box: Make sure the input voltage is adequate.
  • Inspect and tighten high-voltage connections: Helps prevent failure of circuit protectors.
  • Level and calibrate thermostat: Ensures accurate and optimal performance.
  • Inspect refrigerant fittings for leaks: To be sure you are not leaking expensive refrigerant
  • Lubricate indoor and outdoor motors (Belt Drive Motor Only): Motor runs cooler and smoother, and lasts longer
  • Check wiring at furnace for loose connections: Protect electronic components from excess heat
  • Tighten blower bolts and inspect fan: Makes sure your system is blowing as much cold air as possible
  • Inspect and clean or replace air filters (Standard size only): Improves performance and keeps the air you breath clean
  • Inspect and adjust blower belt if applicable (can fail or wear faster): Helps the belt last longer and perform more efficiently
  • Inspect condensate drain to ensure the drain is clear: Prevent leaks and overflows that can cause water damage
  • Test temperature split between supplies and return ducts: Ensures that everything is operating efficiently
  • Check clearance around condenser to protect it from plants and shrubs: Enhances air flow around outdoor unit for peak efficiency
  • Inspect condenser coil: Keeps the coil cooler for better performance and a longer life
  • Scrub condenser surfaces: Prevents corrosion that can shorten condenser life
  • Tighten screws on condenser and check level: Eliminates vibrations and lowers noise level
  • Check compressor noise level: Helps identify and correct problems
  • Inspect breaker for condensing unit: Bad breakers cause excessive heat and early system failure
  • Tighten refrigerant access fittings: Ensures that expensive refrigerant is not leaking
  • Visually inspect inside ducting for dirt and mold: So you can keep it out of your air supply
  • Inspect ducting and connections for air loss: This is a common cause of inefficient systems

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