Planned Service Agreements (PSA)
Matheny Heating & Cooling would like to encourage you to enroll in a Preventive Maintenance program for your HVAC equipment. Fall is the best time to buy a Planned Service Agreement (PSA) for your heating and air conditioning equipment. When you purchase a PSA, we will provide you with two precision tune-ups per year (one air conditioner tune-up and one furnace tune up) to help provide a quality, efficient and safe indoor environment.
Even if you just purchased a new heating and air system with a 10-year parts and labor extended warranty, you will still benefit from a PSA from Matheny Heating and Cooling. All extended warranties require the equipment to have regular maintenance or the warranty will not be valid.
Although, it may be tempting to “do it yourself”, we strongly recommend letting a licensed technician do the job. The consequences of damaging part of the system are full replacement or missing the actual problem, both of which can be very costly. Save yourself time and money by having it done the right way.
Additional Benefits Include:
PEACE OF MIND: Preventative maintenance will mean fewer system failures and prolongs the life of your heating and cooling system under normal operating conditions. Preventative maintenance maximizes safety by correcting potential problems before they occur.
SAVINGS: Planned Service Agreements typically more than pay for themselves with equipment continuing to operate at peak efficiency and lower operating costs. Plus, our PSA customers receive 15% discount on any future repairs during the length of the agreement.
PRIORITY SERVICE: Our PSA customers receive priority service should a system failure occur during the heat of the summer or the cold of winter.
What should you expect your service technician to do during a PSA visit?
- Check system functions, safety controls, and adjust the operating sequence where appropriate.
- Inspect electrical components, connections and repair/replace or tighten as required.
- Ensure proper airflow and replace dirty filter.
- Inspect pumps, lubricate, and check flow rates where necessary.
- Clean and lubricate motors.
- Examine belts, adjust, and align as required.
- Inspect, clean and balance blowers.
Fall Visit in preparation of winter operation:
- Clean burner assembly.
- Remove soot from fireside of burner.
- Clean and check operation of humidifier.
- Inspect the heat exchanger for cracks.
- Adjust air/fuel ratio of burner and perform combustion analysis to achieve maximum fuel efficiency and optimum firing.
Spring Visit in preparation of summer operation:
- Clean condensate pans, condensate traps and condensate lines to prevent obstructions.
- Clean outside coil for efficient operation.
- Check refrigerant levels and if low, find the leak with owner’s permission as a repair. (According to manufacturers, a 10% refrigerant loss will result in 20% decrease in system efficiency)
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