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Service Agreements Help Protect Your System

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Are your monthly utility bills starting to climb into the stratosphere? You might be surprised to learn that your HVAC system is the largest consumer of electricity in your home, using even more electricity than a swimming pool. When your heating or air conditioning systems get out of whack, it can very quickly result in increased electric bills.

Fortunately, All City Heat and Air service agreements are designed to keep your heating and cooling system running at its most efficient. Our certified technicians will work with you to come up with a thorough plan intended to help lower your utility bill by keeping your heating and cooling systems working in top order.

It Pays to Have Your HVAC System Serviced Regularly

Running your HVAC system day in and day out can become quite expensive. If the system is not up to its best, you may just be throwing your money away. But with the proper HVAC maintenance plan you can make every utility dollar go farther.

Regular maintenance can help stretch your heating and cooling budget farther than you might ever have imagined – all while keeping your home or office climate comfortable and safe.

Here are some of the HVAC items that your service agreement will cover.

Air Conditioning Service Agreement Checklist

  • Inspect thermostat and re-calibrate if necessary
  • Install new air filters (if onsite)
  • Check electrical connections and repair or replace if necessary
  • Clean and lubricate all mechanical parts
  • Inspect and clean condenser coil if necessary
  • Unclog condensate drain if clogged
  • Check to ensure the correct amount of refrigerant
  • Check and balance the fan if necessary
  • Cycle compressor

Heating Unit Service Agreement Checklist

  • Examine heat exchanger
  • Check air flow
  • Check burner operation
  • Inspect and lubricate mechanical parts
  • Install new air filters (if onsite)
  • Check electrical connections and repair if necessary
  • Inspect and recalibrate thermostat if necessary

Please contact our professionals at 704-545-2000 today and ask about our affordable and convenient service agreements. Our friendly staff will be happy to sign you up and schedule your first appointment.

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