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True Comfort Plans

HVAC Maintenance Plans to Keep You and Your Wallet Comfortable

True Comfort’s Maintenance Plans are a great way to save money and keep your HVAC unit running efficiently and effectively. Regardless of whether you are in a residential or commercial building, you can rest easy knowing True Comfort will complete all the maintenance necessary to keep your heating and air conditioning running at its best.

True Comfort Overview

True Comfort performs all the preventative maintenance your HVAC needs. Because you’re caring for your unit and ensuring the proper maintenance of all the associated parts, your HVAC unit will last longer and run more efficiently overall. In the event we do see a problem, we’ll let you know and discuss your options to correct the issue with you.

Proper HVAC maintenance also means efficiency, and efficiency means you aren’t wasting money on energy bills that are higher than they should be. Not to mention, preventative maintenance and catching small repairs as they are needed means it’s much less likely your air conditioner or heater will go out when you need them most. Emergency repair is rarely a small problem. With a maintenance plan from True Comfort, you can be comfortable knowing you’ve got your HVAC working as best it can.

There are 4 main features included in the maintenance plan and each one is complete with a full check list of processes.

True Comfort Maintenance Plan Features:

  1. Overall HVAC Check & Maintenance
  2. Air Conditioner Check & Maintenance
  3. Heat Pump Check & Maintenance
  4. Furnace Check & Maintenance

Overall HVAC Check & Maintenance:

  • Clean or replace standard 1″ air filter(additional charge applies for media, UV lights, and electric filters)
  • Inspect evaporator cooling coil(if needed, cleaning will be at discounted price)
  • Lubricate moving parts
  • Inspect and tighten loose electrical connections in HVAC equipment
  • Check voltage and amperage draw on HVAC motors
  • Inspect blower components
  • Check and adjust air flow for proper operational efficiency
  • Inspect and check safety controls
  • Monitor complete AC or heating cycle
  • Check thermostat operations

Air Conditioner Check & Maintenance:

  • Remove leaves and debris from the outdoor unit
  • Inspect and clean condenser coil
  • Inspect and clean contactor
  • Check start and run capacitors
  • Measure and record indoor and outdoor temperatures
  • Measure and record indoor relative humidity
  • Measure temperature drop across evaporator coil
  • Measure and record AC operating pressures and evaluate for correct refrigerant charge
  • If refrigerant is low, conduct soap bubble leak check(additional charge applies for more complete leak checks)
  • Inspect primary and secondary drains
  • Inspect drain pans and float switches, if applicable
  • Place algaecide tablet in primary drain pan
  • Clean and test condensate drain
  • Check compressor efficiency(valves)
  • Check compressor crankcase heater

Heat Pump Check & Maintenance:

  • Check compressor time delay operation
  • Check compressor efficiency(valves)
  • Check compressor crankcase heater
  • Test defrost cycle operation
  • Test reversing valve operation
  • Test emergency heat operation
  • Inspect plenums and ductwork for air leaks, damage, and possible design problems
  • If applicable, check and service humidifier(additional charges may apply)
  • Measure and record heat strip amp draws
  • Measure and record indoor and outdoor temperatures
  • Measure indoor relative humidity
  • Measure temperature rise across indoor coil
  • Measure and record heat pump operating pressures and evaluate for correct refrigerant charge
  • If refrigerant is low, conduct soap bubble leak check(additional charge applies for more complete leak checks)
  • Replace customer supplied batteries in thermostat(s), if needed

Furnace Check & Maintenance:

  • Inspect burners (if needed, clean and/or adjust)
  • Clean flame sensor
  • Check heat exchanger for cracks
  • Inspect pilot operation and adjust as needed
  • Check flue for proper vent operation
  • Measure manifold gas pressure and adjust as needed
  • Check ignition sequence
  • Check heat anticipator settings
  • Check fan control
  • Check high limit control
  • Check for gas leaks at furnace
  • Inspect plenums and ductwork for air leaks, damage, and problems
  • If applicable, check and service humidifier
  • Test for indoor carbon monoxide levels
  • Measure and record indoor and outdoor temperatures
  • Measure indoor relative humidity
  • Measure and record temperature rise through furnace
  • Replace customer supplied batteries in thermostat(s), if needed

If you have any questions or want to sign up for a maintenance plan with True Comfort, give us a call at 803-438-7676 or contact us today.

Jason is a true professional. He is very knowledgeable, honest, and dependable. I would recommend True Comfort of the Carolinas to everyone!

- Roxane R.

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