Maintenance

Maintenance

Preventive HVAC Maintenance Plans for Raleigh, NC Homeowners

Over the course of the year, your heating and cooling system takes a beating. Furnaces and air conditioners run most often during extreme weather when the effects of temperature and humidity cause the greatest damage. HVAC maintenance helps lower utility costs, maximizes comfort and can help extend the life of your equipment. Mitchell Heating & Cooling offers flexible heating and AC maintenance plans designed to save you money and provide peace of mind.

Our Preventive Maintenance Services

Regular maintenance is essential to keep your air conditioner, heat pump or furnace running at peak performance throughout the year. Purchasing a Mitchell Heating & Cooling HVAC service agreement provides a variety of important benefits:

  • 24/7 emergency service
  • Biannual tune-ups
  • Better reliability and performance
  • Priority service for plan members
  • Preferred pricing on popular parts, products and services
  • 100 percent satisfaction guarantee
  • Lower repair and utility costs

No matter what brand and model of equipment you own, our preseason tune-ups will protect your unit and save you money when compared to systems that are neglected.

Total HVAC Maintenance

Regular air conditioning and heating service is the best investment you can make to improve efficiency, optimize comfort and reduce the chance of an unexpected breakdown in extreme weather. Major equipment manufacturers believe so strongly in preventive maintenance that they include it as a provision of continued warranty coverage. Our service technicians will visit your house on a semiannual basis in the preseason to clean your equipment and perform a variety of vital tests, calibrations and inspections. They’ll look for minor issues that degrade performance and may ultimately cause your unit to break down.

Here are just a few of the services our cooling and heating maintenance plan members receive:

Furnaces

  • Test the flame sensor
  • Check the heat exchanger
  • Test and inspect the blower assembly
  • Measure furnace gas pressure
  • Check the b-vent assembly
  • Adjust gas burners if necessary
  • Inspect and test the gas valve
  • Check the ignition system
  • Check electronics and wiring
  • Test circuit boards
  • Test safety controls

Air Conditioners and Heat Pumps

  • Clean and inspect drain pan
  • Inspect evaporator coil
  • Clean debris from the condenser
  • Test refrigerant charge
  • Clear out the drain line
  • Inspect and change filters where applicable
  • Tighten electrical connections
  • Check airflow settings
  • Test and confirm amp draw
  • Clean air handler
  • Clean condenser coils
  • Test voltage
  • Test float and safety switches

HVAC Maintenance for Better Performance and Savings

You have a big investment in your heating and cooling system, so it makes a lot of sense to protect it with a comprehensive preventive HVAC maintenance plan. If you want to find out more about our plans and their benefits, call one of our home solutions advisors today.

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