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Service Agreement

  • HVAC Professional Louisville, Ky

A service agreement is a contract entered into between a contractor and a customer that specifies a specific set of tasks on a specific schedule. Our service agreement is a commitment from us to you that we will do everything we can to make sure your HVAC system is as energy efficient as it can be and your HVAC system is reliable for years to come. Our service agreement is very affordable and will save you time, money, and aggravation. Also, if you do need service on your HVAC system you will receive special discounts on parts and labor and preferential scheduling if necessary. We will set up a payment schedule that is convenient for you. For a small monthly fee you will have the best HVAC company in Louisville, Ky dedicated to the care of your heating and air conditioning equipment. You might as well have the best. We can set you up on a monthly payment of $13.25 per month or $159 per year. A small monthly fee will give you piece of mind that your home heating and air conditioning systems are working at their optimum.

Benefits of a Service Agreement

*No after hours diagnostic charge 24/7 on select agreements
*Up to 20% off on all parts and labor
*Automatic reminders of next service
*Safety check for carbon monoxide each year
*Easy monthly, quarterly, or annual payment programs
*Clean your system twice a year to keep it running at top performance

Following is a breakdown.

Summer Service

Winter Service  

Heat Pumps    

Outside unit Gas Furnace *Test defrost controls
*Clean outdoor unit *Clean burners *Test reversing valve
*Check evaporator for cleanliness *Check heat exchanger/burner chamber *Check refrigerant levels
*Check refrigerant levels *Test for proper venting *Measure amp draw
*Test and check contact/relays/run and start capacitor *Camera inspection of heat exchanger *Check all electrical connects/safety controls
*Clean evaporator drain *Measure amp draw *Test heat strips and all controls in  air handler
*Test condenser fan motor *Check gas pressures *Check for cleanliness of blower
*Measure amp draw *Check electrical connections
*Check all electrical connections and pressure switches *Check blower cleanliness
*Check voltage on unit and disconnect *Test all safety controls

FREON IS AN ADDITIONAL CHARGE