HVAC Maintenance Plans Marietta, GA
We Value Your Hard Earned Money
At E. Smith Heating & Air Conditioning, we understand Your HVAC system is the single biggest consumer of your home energy. The US Department of Energy states that heating and cooling accounts for more than half of the energy use in a typical U.S. home.
Energy Efficiency Checkups Save Money
The E. Smith Energy Savings Agreement is designed to lower energy costs by scheduling regular, preventive maintenance checkups to ensure your air conditioning and heating systems are running at maximum efficiency. Our Energy Savings Agreement is a tool to help you save up to $50 on your utility bill each month.
Energy Efficiency is Vital To the Health of your HVAC
You have made an investment in your HVAC system and E. Smith understands the longer you are able to use your current HVAC, the better value it is to you. Maintaining your HVAC equipment can not only save money, but will help maintain indoor air quality and comfort, avoid emergency repairs or worse, system failure, extend the life of your unit, and ensure the manufacturer warranty coverage requirements are met.
Choose Your Energy Savings Agreement Option
Now With Monthly Payments!
The Gold and Platinum Energy Savings Agreement are both backed by E. Smith’s 55+ years of industry experience and 100% satisfaction guarantee. Both agreements include all labor to inspect the equipment and maintain it in good operating condition and replacing standard filters. Inspections include documentation checklists for your records and suggestions for your air conditioning, furnace, heat pump or other system care noted by our factory trained technicians. Cost for the agreements start from only $13.50 a month making it very affordable for our customers.
Read through our plans below and watch our video for a more detailed explanation of E. Smith Energy Savings Agreements.
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An Investment in Your Home
At E. Smith & Air Conditioning, we know that preventive maintenance will improve the longevity and efficiency of your HVAC system and prevent costly and unnecessary emergency repairs. The most economical method for preventive maintenance is with a maintenance plan. We offer 2 maintenance plans for you to choose from – the Gold or Platinum Energy Savings Agreement. Both are backed by E. Smith’s 55+ years of industry experience and 100% satisfaction guarantee. All labor to inspect the equipment and maintain it in good operating condition is included in both plans, along with replacing standard filters.
Our NATE-certified HVAC technicians are experienced in all models and brands of heating and air conditioning systems. Today’s high-tech HVAC systems are complex and require detailed cleanings and adjustments. Our technicians conduct a complete HVAC maintenance which includes:
General HVAC Maintenance Inspection
- Check the thermostat to ensure that is accurate and functioning properly
- Check all electrical components including relays, capacitors, circuit boards, and motor amp draws
- Lubricate motor bearings as needed
- Flush condensate drains & clean pumps
- Test condensate safety switches and recommend if not installed
- Clean and/or replace air filter (air filter types will vary and cleaner media is replaced at an additional charge)
- Adjust balance dampers (when applicable)
- Check blower assembly to ensure it is clean and free of obstructions
- Check UV bulb operation (when applicable)
Air Conditioning Maintenance Inspection
- Clean condenser coil to ensure proper airflow to dissipate heat
- Clean condenser cabinet
- Check evaporator coil and clean as needed
- Check refrigerant levels to ensure the unit is running as efficient as possible
- Measure temperature across the evaporator unit
- Measure volts and amps of the compressor and fan motor
- Check capacitors to ensure they meet the correct manufacturers rating
- Tighten all electrical connections at the electrical disconnect and in the condenser
- Shut the humidifier off (when applicable)
- Clean burner assembly
- Adjust burners for efficiency
- Clean flame sensor and ignition assembly
- Clean pilot assembly and check thermocouple (when applicable)
- Verify flue draft checkers pressure to ensure proper gas flow through the heat exchanger
- Check that both stages of heat are functioning properly (when applicable)
- Clean and check heat exchanger for cracks
- Test the safeties which include the limits, sell-outs and pressure switches
- Check capacitors to ensure they meet the manufacturers rating and the blower motor starts
- Clean furnace cabinet
- Tighten all electrical connections
- Turn on/test humidifier and service (when applicable)