It’s that feeling you get when you open the door to your home and feel a rush of cool air on your face, removing the weight of summer humidity. And it’s that blanket of warmth that welcomes you from the frigid winters, keeping you cozy all throughout your house at night.
You want that comfort…and you want it all year long. We understand.
The Homesense Preventative Maintenance Program helps you feel comfortable—in your home and in your mind. It provides that peace of mind that your entire heating and air conditioning system will be running smoothly to give you these feelings of comfort every day of the year.
The Homesense Preventative Maintenance Program extends the life of your entire heating and air conditioning system and keeps your utility costs low. These aren’t just wishful words. These are realities. The more you maintain your HVAC system, the more effective and the more efficient all its parts will perform for you.
For just $150.00, you secure two service appointments—one in the spring and one in the fall, as well as:
*Does not apply to maintenance items
Our EPA-certified technicians visit your home twice a year to inspect and prepare your air conditioner and furnace (depending on the season) for the harsh conditions of summer and winter.
In just 60-90 minutes, we thoroughly clean, lubricate, and inspect your system from all angles, including:
Air Conditioning System
|✓ Check thermostat||✓ Check thermostat|
|✓ Check filter||✓ Inspect heat exchanger for cracks|
|✓ Check and clean outdoor coil||✓ Check for temperature rise|
|✓ Check for temperature drop||✓ Check fan control|
|✓ Check and adjust air flow||✓ Check furnace safety controls|
|✓ Check electrical connections||✓ Check for gas leaks|
|✓ Check amp and volt draw on motors||✓ Check and clean burners|
|✓ Check condenser drain||✓ Check ignition system|
|✓ Check all capacitors||✓ Check electrical connections|
|✓ Inspect for refrigerant leaks||✓ Check gas valve operation and pressure|
|✓ Check contactor and electrical controls||✓ Check filter|
|✓ Check compressor terminals||✓ Check backup heat elements|
|✓ Check disconnect power box||✓ Check sequencer operation|
|✓ Inspect evaporator coil when accessible||✓ Check amp and volt draw on motors|
|✓ Test cycle for proper operation||✓ Check breaker and SSU|
|✓ Provide repair recommendations||✓ Check reversing valve operation|
|✓ Check defrost control|
|✓ Test cycle for proper operation|
|✓ Provide repair recommendations|
Thermostats can break. Batteries can die. Wires can loosen over time. A quick review by an expert will prevent a huge headache.
We know you get busy, and this important item gets lost in everything else going on in your life. We make sure to check that it’s done so your airflow doesn’t get stifled.
Chances are you didn’t clean your coil at the end of the summer, and all that dust and cottonwood just got more embedded through the winter. We take the time to carefully clean your outdoor coil.
The biggest test to ensure your A/C is going to work on the hot days ahead is to ensure the temperature drop is where it should be. We want to see a 15-20 degree drop to ensure you’re comfortable when it’s hot out.
Once we ensure the filter is clean, then we check that air is flowing through the vents correctly. If we can make adjustments to the airflow, we do our best to balance the system for winter.
As systems run hard, wires can become loose and cause your system to shut down. Our review of these connections will help keep the system running when it’s running its hardest.
Knowing these draws of your motors early on can help you know how well a system will perform. If they operate out of specs, you might elect to make repairs before they fail.
As all that warm air circulates through your evaporator coil, moisture is created. That condensation goes into your condensate pipe, the 3/4″ PVC drain that comes off your coil. Over time, dust and dirt can clog that drain line and cause leaks.
One of the most important parts of your system is the run capacitor. This part channels the electrical into your compressor. As such, it serves as the last line of defense from surges of electricity, and sometimes fails early on in the summer. We test the amp draws of this part to forewarn you if issues may arise.
An air conditioner without refrigerant is like a car without gas. We’ll test your system to ensure it’s intact before you need it. If there are leaks, we’ll do our best to track them down and make repair suggestions.
The evaporator coil can be the place where leaks develop first. If it’s accessible, our team will inspect the coil for any issues.
Once we’ve tested the system, our technician will turn it on and cycle it through its operation a few times to ensure it’s running properly.
No more repairs that you haven’t approved. If our technicians find anything that’s concerning, you’ll be the first to know. And you won’t be pressured into making a repair.
Find your peace of mind today. Complete the form below to sign up for the Homesense Preventative Maintenance Program. We’ll be in touch soon thereafter to schedule your first appointment of the year!
The Homesense HVAC Integrity Program does not cover costs related to material for repairs and additional labor.