Don’t Go For ‘Cheap & Quick’ Tune-Ups.

When we conduct our Tune-Ups, we are sure we are thorough which will keep your unit running strong.

For every year that you don’t have your unit tuned up will increase risks of having super expensive repairs which you don’t need. With no proper maintenance can define you having to replace that system sooner than later. Having a yearly tune-up on your unit will not only extend the life on your unit, it could also make sure it stays running strong. which means your don’t have to spend a lot of money to live more comfortable and stay warm.

Why Energy Smart Tune-Ups Are more efficient

Don’t we all love tune-up for a special price of $40? Or even $30? That sounds awesome!

Well let me tell you the problem here: that price will never be believable. It won’t be real to have a comprehensive and effective  tune-up without short cuts. With alternatives that are cheaper, this so called “tune-up” is finished within less than 10 minutes! (whats really going on is they are checking to find a obvious big problem to charge you to fix. if there isn’t one to be found… Well they aren’t staying for too long)

Energy Smart Heater Tune-Up differs from other and bring in the results that are real. For starters, the time that it takes is 1 hour to 1 hour and a half the reason why is because we are very thorough and clean very well. We have a list that we go through of 20 separate procedures that we we are sure its conducted well and nothing is missed to do. You can positively be sure that your unit is super clean and very well inspected by Energy Smart with no worries.

Get your Heater in tip top shape now!

What’s In Our Heater Tune-Up list

Your Cooling and Heating system is a complex piece of machinery that gets worn down, dirty, needs lubrication, and requires calibration. This is what we do to refresh it:

The 20-Point Check-Up

  • Check for carbon monoxide
  • Check for gas leaks
  • Test ignition system for safe and proper operation
  • Test control circuits and safety 
  • Inspect  airflow and duct system
  • Inspect for combustible material around the furnace
  • Replace or wash standard 1 inch filter
  • Visually check heat exchanger for cracks and wear
  • Inspect and tighten all electrical wiring
  • Test exhaust system for proper venting
  • Measure voltage and amperage of motors
  • Measure and adjust gas pressure for peak efficiency
  • Clean and lubricate blower assembly
  • Clean, brush and vacuum burner compartments
  • Measure temperature difference between supply and return air
  • Level and Calibrate thermostat
  • Clean furnace exterior
  • Check Secondary Motor Control