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HEATING & COOLING TUNE-UP

This service is designed to review virtually every element of your heating and air conditioning system. The tune-up coverage includes one heating tune-up, one cooling tune-up and a 15% discount on any repair work performed on your HVAC system.

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What's Covered

Cooling

  • Check thermostat operation
  • Inspect condenser coil
  • Inspect electrical connection, condenser
  • Check service valve & port caps
  • Check compressor voltage
  • Check contacts for voltage drops
  • Read & record discharge gas temperature
  • Read & record suction line temperature
  • Read & record liquid line temperature
  • Inspect filter
  • Inspect blower assembly
  • Inspect & lubricate blower motor
  • Take amperage reading of blower motor
  • Check condensate drain, flush if needed
  • Check evaporator coil performance
  • Check temperature drop across evaporator
  • Check unit operation according to charging calculator
  • Clean furnace cabinet
  • Cycle system through one complete cycle
  • Reset thermostat
  • Review cooling performance & check results with customer
  • Review any appropriate indoor air quality issues with customer, perform co test for Hot water tank
  • Review service agreement with customer and answer any additional questions

Heating

  • Check thermostat operation
  • Check ignition sequence
  • Observe main burner operation
  • Check flue draft on natural draft units
  • Test fan switch heating relay
  • Check primary limit operation
  • Cycle furnace off and record “Fan Off” temperature
  • Visually inspect heat exchanger
  • Check blower wheel for cleanliness
  • Check blower motor, belts, pulleys, oil bearings, etc.
  • Check air filters, air cleaners, replace if needed
  • Check furnace temperature rise
  • Fire up furnace and leak-check gas line
  • Test flue spill switch operation
  • Check auxiliary limit switch
  • Test draft safeguard switch
  • Perform combustion air test
  • Check humidifier operation
  • Cycle furnace system through complete cycle
  • Reset thermostat
  • Review results with customer
  • Review any appropriate indoor air quality issues with customer
  • Perform co test on furnace or other household item
  • Review service agreement with customer and answer any additional questions
30 Days Money Back Guarantee
Why Choose This Plan:
  • 24-hour repair hotline
  • Local, licensed and insured technicians
  • One-year guarantee on all covered repairs

HomeServe USA Repair Management Corp. (“HomeServe”), with corporate offices located at 601 Merritt 7, 6th Floor, Norwalk, CT 06851, is an independent company separate from FirstEnergy Corp., its operating companies, subsidiaries and affiliates. FirstEnergy Home is a subsidiary of FirstEnergy Corp. HomeServe has no relationship with the electric utility that provides your electric distribution service. HomeServe offers this optional service plan as an authorized representative of the service contract provider, North American Warranty, Inc., 175 West Jackson Blvd., Chicago, IL 60604. Your choice of whether to participate in this service plan will not affect the price, availability or terms of service from your local electric utility company.

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FirstEnergy Home, is an unregulated subsidiary of FirstEnergy Corp. FirstEnergy Home, is not the same company as FirstEnergy Corp. The prices of FirstEnergy Home, products and services are not regulated by the state utility commissions. You do not have to purchase any product and/or service from FirstEnergy Home, in order to receive the same quality regulated services from FirstEnergy Corp.’s regulated electric utilities – Ohio Edison Company, The Cleveland Electric Illuminating Company, The Toledo Edison Company, West Penn Power Company, Pennsylvania Power Company, Pennsylvania Electric Company, Metropolitan Edison Company, Jersey Central Power & Light Company, Monongahela Power Company, and The Potomac Edison Company.