Heating and Cooling Maintenance Plan

heating and cooling maintenance plan

Protect your family from untimely equipment failures

A properly maintained system will not only last longer, but will operate more efficiently and be less likely to fail when you and your family need it the most, during that cold winter night or sweltering summer evening! Consistent regular maintenance performed by a licensed technician is recommended by the manufacturer and often required to sustain warranty coverage as well.

Automatic Regular Reminders

Chinook Heating & Air’s USA Program is designed to help simplify this process for you. We understand that today’s families are busy and that among all the other schedules you keep, your heating & air conditioning maintenance schedule is probably not at the top of the list. So we keep track of it for you! Each year you will receive a timely, non intrusive reminder when it is time for your visit.

Key Benefits

Complete Precision Tune-up and Professional Cleaning
Priority Customer Status
15% Repair Discount!
Never an Overtime Charge for After-Hours Repair Service
Regular Reminder Service
Extended Equipment Life
Improved Reliability
Improved Efficiency
Safer Operation
Easy Pay Options
Agreement is Transferrable
Maintenance Checklist (as applicable but not limited to)
  • Remove trash or debris from outdoor unit
  • Inspect and level outdoor unit within tolerances
  • Check filter
  • Examine and tighten electrical connections
  • Clean blower assembly
  • test and record voltages and amperages on blower motor
  • Lubricate moving parts as needed
  • Test safety controls
  • Replace any missing screws on equipment
  • Clean and calibrate thermostat
  • Cycle complete system through operations
  • Clean return and grill
  • Record temperature differential
  • Test airflow at registers for proper duct connections
  • Monitor flue draft
  • Clean and adjust burner assembly
  • Clean heat exchanger and examine for possible cracks
  • Test and clean ignition assembly
  • Test and record gas pressure
  • Inspect for gas leaks
  • Record voltages and amperages on heat strips
  • Examine and test all controls
  • Clean and treat condensation drain
  • Clean and treat condensate pump
  • Examine and clean evaporator coil (if accessible)
  • Test and record refrigerant pressures
  • Visually inspect coils and copper tubing for leaks
  • Test defrost cycle
  • Clean and test outdoor fan
  • Record voltages and amperages on compressor and condenser fan motor

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