Seasonal Air Conditioning & Heating Preventative Maintenance

Seasonal Maintenance Care Plan Agreement – Silver Level ($9.95/month)*

Properly maintained equipment will operate safely and at maximum efficiency saving you money on utility costs and extending the life of your systems.

  • Receive a 15% discount on all repairs, no matter what type of service (heating, cooling, plumbing, electric).
  • Receive two maintenance visits per contract year (one heating and one cooling)
  • Plus you get Priority Service 24 hours/7days a week if your HVAC system needs repair.
  • Receive an optional electrical and plumbing safety evaluation per year.
  • You will only pay $60 for a diagnostic service call no matter what time of the day you need us.
  • Cost of plan is $9.95 a month*

*base level coverage

Apollo Home Care Plans Terms Conditions

15-Point Master Cooling Tune-Up

  1. Lubricate all moving parts
  2. Safety test all controls for proper operation
  3. Install gauges; record operating pressures and temperatures
  4. Inspect start and run capacitors and relays for bulges, rust and leaks
  5. Measure refrigerant superheat to fine-tune its charge
  6. Flush condensate drain to protect against overflow
  7. Tighten and safety test all wiring and connections
  8. Check blower motor (and belt if applicable)
  9. Test “temperature drop” at return and supply air; adjust blower
  10. Adjust and clean thermostat
  11. Meter voltage and amperage in all motors; test for worn bearings
  12. Test condition of compressor contacts
  13. Check air filter; clean or replace with customer supplied filter
  14. Clean outdoor condenser coil
  15. Inform customer of equipment condition and provide printed report

 

15-Point Master Heating Tune-Up

  1. Test and adjust safety and operating controls
  2. Test gas valve or oil pump operation
  3. Inspect for combustion leaks
  4. Test and tighten all wiring and connections
  5. Conduct carbon monoxide testing
  6. Adjust and clean thermostat
  7. Inspect heat exchanger and clean burner(s)
  8. Adjust burner(s) for maximum efficiency
  9. Inspect flue pipe and draft diverter or barometric damper
  10. Adjust and clean electrode or pilot assembly
  11. Check blower motor (and belt if applicable)
  12. Drain expansion tank or install customer supplied air filter
  13. Replace oil filter and nozzle or test and adjust pressure regulator
  14. Lubricate all motors, bearings, fans and circulators
  15. Inform customer of equipment condition and provide printed report


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