Just Like Cars, Air Conditioners Need Maintenance Too...

Let Us Stop Your Problems Before They Occur...

Check-Up

$35.00

  • 20 Point Inspection / No Measures
  • Inspect Ductwork
  • No Preventative Tasks
  • Report On System Condition

Tune-Up

$65.00

  • Preventative Tune-Up
  • 20 Point Inspection W/ Measures
  • Replace Burnt Wiring
  • Inspect DuctWork
  • Report On System Condition

5 Year System Re-Condition

$199.00

  • Replace High Temperature Safety
  • Re-Surface Flame Sensor
  • Replace Roll Out Safety Switch
  • Commission Furnace Btu Input
  • Replace Condenser Capacitor
  • Replace Condenser Contactor
  • 20 Point Inspection W/ Measures
  • Replace Burnt Wiring
  • Inspect DuctWork
  • Report On System Condition

PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT

JOIN THE NO TROUBLE CLUB...

  • * 2 Preventative Maintenance Visits Per year
  • * No Overtime Rate
  • *Priority 24 Hour Service
  • *2 Year Warranties On Repairs
  • *10% off All Repairs
  • *Free Replacement Thermostats If They Fail
  • *No Service Fees, if It Breaks
  • *We Stop Your Trouble Before It Happens

Switch To Top Tier Air, We'll Honor Your Existing Contract.

Switch To Top Tier Air, We'll Honor Your Existing Contract.

Just show us your agreement with any company and we'll honor, match or beat it.
We'll Show You What Your AC / Heater Is Missing.

WHAT WE DO DURING A PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE VISIT.

Proper Maintenance is a 3 part process. Cleaning, Mechanical & Design

1. We address the cleanliness of the system in general and specifically the coils.

  • We will Professionally Clean the coil to remove any debris. A cleaner will be used when
  • necessary.
  • We remove debris from the inside, rejuvenate the panels and clean the wires to prevent
  • tracking.
  • Once the system is clean we will get accurate readings on the mechanical.

2. We test all the mechanical components for life expectancy, capacity and output. If

anything tests out of range we would recommend replacing that part before it causes more serious trouble.

3. Once our machine is running mechanically sound we move on to testing the duct leakage duct, design, static pressure and charge

The static of an air conditioner is vital to a long life. When static pressure is off due to bad duct design or system design a lot happens. The amp draw can rise causing higher electric bills, increased mechanical failure, burnt circuit boards due to the increased draw and faster rust and corrosion due to increased moisture removal which also drops the humidity in the home. As you can see our tune-up is the most comprehensive tune-up around but this is how we can confidently say "this machine is service and designed according to manufacturer recommendations. And we should expect many years of trouble free use".

Bottom line, After we inspect your system we're comfortable and you should be too.
And in the unlikely event of failure, well rush over at no cost to you 24/7 making your
machine, our machine.

Air Conditioning Maintenance could be the difference in your ac system lasting 10 years or lasting 20+ years.

Nobody would ever dream of letting their car go 50,000 miles without so much as an oil
change. But that's exactly what an air conditioner does in a Florida summer; it goes 50,000
miles or at least equivalent in run time. These machines are designed at 95 degrees but, we
all know it can get as hot as 115+ degrees in Florida. Air Conditioners do not do well at
those extreme temperatures and that is why you need to do some routine maintenance to
ensure your air conditioner continues to blow cold.

How often should I have my heating or air conditioning tuned up?

If you'd like to avoid needing air conditioning repair in the middle of summer. The best thing to do is give your air conditioning a good cleaning and a good once over every year about a month before summer. Also, give your furnace the old eagle eye once a year right before winter. There are times when you will look at your furnace and say oh, there was nothing wrong but, what about that one time when you find a small problem before it became a big problem. That one time will save you some headache and some money. The furnace
absolutely needs to be checked for mechanical function, safety and rust every year.

CLUB MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT YEARLY

$120

Join Our Club, Receive benefits Listed above

CLUB MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT MONTHLY

$9.00

Monthly Maintenance Agreements Are Good For The Year Billed Monthly.

NON-CLUB TUNE-UP

$65

One Visit to Perform A Maintenance Tune & Clean

TUNE-UP ADDITIONAL SYSTEM

$39

Each Additional System After First At $65

Why do I need heating and ac checkups?

Here's The 6 Big Reasons Why.

1. Carbon Monoxide

your home Gas furnace turns on, it generates carbon monoxide. That C02 is supposed to
be vented out the flue pipe exhaust. Sometimes the heat exchanger can become damaged or the flue can be somehow blocked or not connected/pitched right. Either way the cause can be unwanted carbon monoxide migrating it's way into a home's breathable spaces. Safety is the number one priority, That is why when we perform a winter time heating system Tune up. We inspect the flue first to be sure your family is safe and can rest assured and worry free.

2. Compressors

A new compressor will turn on and pull a normal amp draw like 8-20 amps but a
compressor that is starting to seize up inside will show it by pulling more power to get
started. Example: A failing compressor might pull 30+ or even 60+ amps on start or for the first ½ a second then drop down to pulling constant 8-20 amps depending on size. This symptom is a preview to doom, but we can slow down the degrade by installing a start capacitor. A start capacitor will help the compressor get started so it doesn't have to pull all that power to get started.

3. Insulating and sealing

During maintenance or whatever you call it. You should always look for broken seals
anywhere around your return air or supply air ductwork connections. Leaky duct work can
more than double the hvac portion of the energy bill and bring in a whole lot of unwanted
dust debris and allergens. It's very easy to simply crawl through the attic and inspect for
leaks.

4. Burning Wires

During an A/C Tune Up, we are looking for any issues including wires High/Low
Voltage that may be showing signs of fatigue or burning. Catching them now
during a Tune Up is key and repairing or replacing them before they burn
completely off can save you a compressor or a motor down the line.

5. Dirty or Rusted Coils

During an A/C Tune Up, we are looking for any issues including wires High/Low
Voltage that may be showing signs of fatigue or burning. Catching them now
during a Tune Up is key and repairing or replacing them before they burn
completely off can save you a compressor or a motor down the line.

5. Dirty or Rusted Coils

Inspect both the outdoor condenser coil and the evaporator coil to verify that they
are not rusted or clogged with debris. If a coil is rusty we know it could cause a
hole and all the Refrigerant leaks out or through the bottom then water can leak
out all through the property. With the potential for this type of damage we always
inspect both coils before giving a system the all clear.

6. Drain Pans and Lines

Air Conditioning units produces lots of water in Florida. Clearing of the drain
lines is extremely important as they do exactly what they sound like, they drain
water outside. If these clog, the water will back up and overflow, destroying your
property. That's why it's important to clean both drain lines out. It's also important
to inspect the drain pan for corrosion/rust as you know what happens when the
unit rust's a hole in itself, "can you say water leak".