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Maintenance Agreements Make Solid Financial Sense

Fort Collins Heating & Air Conditioning - Maintenance Agreements Make Solid Financial Sense
  1. Slow down your gas meter. Typically, 45% of your utility bill goes for heating and cooling. Having regular maintenance performed on your furnace and air conditioner can cut utility expenses as much as 20%!
  2. Prevent Breakdowns. When it comes to your heating & cooling system, an ounce of prevention is truly worth a pound of cure. Small problems left unattended can become big problems later. Regular maintenance will catch many of these problems before they result in expensive repairs.
  3. Extend Equipment Life. Your home’s heating and cooling system is a mechanical system. Any mechanical system will last longer with good maintenance.
  4. Discounted Repairs. If something does go wrong, you pay less. Energy Savings Agreement customers save 15% on all repairs.
  5. Never Pay Overtime. When breakdowns occur at inconvenient times, don’t worry about high overtime costs. Energy Savings Agreement customers never pay overtime rates.
  6. Priority Customer Status. Our Energy Savings Agreement customers are our top priority! We guarantee same day service and we work around your busy schedule.
  7. Keep your Warranty in force. All manufacturers of heating & cooling equipment recommend annual maintenance. What you may not realize is that the fine print of your warranty requires regular maintenance to keep your warranty in effect.
  8. Improve Comfort and enjoy smoother, quieter operation. Heating and air conditioning systems work hard. They are cycling on and off, starting and stopping 4 to 8 times an hour. A preventive maintenance visit will lubricate, adjust and inspect all the system components. This will ensure peak performance and keep things running smoothly.
  9. Provide Healthier Air in Your Home. If you or a family member suffer from allergies or asthma, regular furnace and A/C maintenance is recommended to reduce allergens, dust particles and bacteria in your home.
  10. Peace of Mind. Good maintenance can save the lives of you and your family. A heating professional should check for cracks in the heat exchanger, adjust the burners, clean and check the venting system and much more.

GET THE FACTS BEFORE YOU CHOOSE A SERVICE PROVIDER

Making sure that you are dealing with an experienced and customer oriented HVAC contractor makes a huge difference in the satisfaction, service and products that you receive.

STRONG TRACK RECORD

  • Fort Collins Heating and A/C has been in business since 1934
  • More than half of our business is generated by referrals from our existing customers
  • Ask your neighbors about us! We are happy to provide references and testimonials

TECHNICIAN EXCELLENCE

  • Our technicians are all background checked and drug screened
  • Our technicians wear company uniforms and will arrive in well marked company vehicles
  • Our service vehicles are well stocked to resolve your problems in the first visit
  • Our technicians utilize state of the art mobile technology, your service records, history and other important information is available to your technician on the spot
  • Our technicians are NATE (North American Technician Excellence) certified and participate in ongoing technical training

SUPERIOR CUSTOMER SERVICE

  • Our support staff is available to assist you from 7am to 5pm daily
  • Our on–call technician is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. When you need us, we’ll be there!
  • Every employee of our company is well trained and will care for your needs with a "Big Enough to Serve, Small Enough to Care" attitude.

Safeguard your Comfort, Home and Health

Heating Season Ultimate Tune Up

  • Test Operation
  • Replace or Clean Filter
  • Test for gas leaks
  • Inspect Safety Controls
  • Check heat exchanger for cracks, rust & soot
  • Test for proper drafting of vent & inspect vent condition
  • Record carbon monoxide levels in the air stream & vent system
  • Clean burners/pilot assembly
  • Lubricate, adjust & tighten blower assembly to factory specifications
  • Inspect condition of water heater
  • Replace thermocouple if necessary
  • Ensure blower is clean
  • Clean furnace cabinet inside & out
  • Check electrical connections for tightness
  • Adjust & calibrate thermostat
  • Record amp draw on blower motor
  • Record entering & leaving air temperatures
  • Check manifold pressure
  • Run defrost cycle & test auxiliary heat

Cooling Season Ultimate Tune Up

  • Test Operation
  • Replace or clean filter
  • Shut down humidifier & damper
  • Record operating pressures & temperatures
  • Clean condenser coil
  • Record amp draw on compressor and condenser fan motor
  • Inspect & clean condensate drain
  • Lubricate, adjust & tighten condenser fan to factory specifications
  • Check electrical connections for tightness
  • Check all electrical components capacitors, contactors, etc.)
  • Check and Adjust charge as needed