Don’t Settle For ‘Quick & Cheap’ Heater Tune-Ups.
Our Tune-Ups Are Extremely Thorough And Will\
Keep Your Unit In Tip-Top Condition.
Every year that you skip a heater tune-up increases your chances for more expensive repairs. A lack of maintenance can even mean having to replace your system sooner.
Getting annual heater tune-ups not only extends the life of your system, it also keeps it running more efficiently. This means you can stay warm and comfortable for less money.
Why Service Champions Tune-Ups Are Better
Who wouldn’t love a heater tune-up for an unbelievably low price? $49? Or even $39? That sounds great.
Here’s the issue: that price really is unbelievable. It’s not realistic to get a truly comprehensive and effective tune-up that cheap without taking shortcuts. With some of these cheaper alternatives, the “tune-up” is done in as little as 10 minutes! (What they are really doing is looking for a big, obvious problem to charge you to fix. If you don’t have one, they aren’t hanging around).
The Service Champions Heater Tune-Up is different and delivers real results. First, it takes about 60 to 90 minutes because we are so thorough and we clean it so well. We have a checklist of 18 separate operations to make sure nothing is missed; you can be absolutely certain that your unit will be thoroughly cleaned and inspected.
Get your Heater in peak condition now!
What’s Included In Our Heater Tune-Up
Your heating and cooling system is a complex piece of machinery that gets dirty, wears down, needs lubrication, and requires calibration. Here is what we do to refresh it:
The 18-Point Check-Up
- Test system for carbon monoxide
- Test for gas leaks
- Test ignition system for safe and proper operation
- Test safety and control circuits
- Inspect duct system and airflow
- Inspect for combustible material around furnace
- Wash or replace standard 1 inch filter
- Visually inspect heat exchanger for wear and cracks
- Tighten and inspect all electrical wiring
- Test exhaust system for proper venting
- Measure amperage and voltage of motors
- Measure and adjust gas pressure for peak efficiency
- Clean and lubricate blower assembly
- Brush, clean, and vacuum burner compartments
- Measure temperature difference between supply and return air
- Calibrate and level thermostat
- Clean furnace exterior
- Inspect Secondary Motor Control