Little Rock Heating & Air Conditioning Maintenance Plan

Air Conditioning Maintenance

We are sometimes asked, “Is an AC tune-up necessary?” Your cooling and heating system is a major investment for your home and your comfort. After years of experience, we strongly recommend having your air conditioning system inspected and preventative maintenance performed each season to keep your system running right year round.

Regular air conditioner maintenance can pay big dividends in improved system performance and reduced energy costs. It can also help to extend the life of your system parts and equipment, as well as help to prevent costly and inconvenient breakdowns.

What’s included in an AC tune-up? A complete Central One Service LLC tune-up includes all these services for one low price:

  • Connect gauges and check operating pressures
  • Record liquid line and suction line pressures
  • Check for signs of refrigerant leaks
  • Check all motor amperage draws
  • Record temperature differential across evaporator coil
  • Check evaporator suction line temperature
  • Lubricate moving parts as applicable
  • Check belts and adjust tension, if needed
  • Check pressure cutout settings
  • Check start capacitors and potentialrelays
  • Check compressor contactor
  • Check all wiring and wiring connections
  • Clean condenser coils (basic cleaning)
  • Check condensate drain operation
  • Check reversing valve (heat pumps only)
  • Check defrost control operation (heat pumps only)

Upon completion, your service technician will present an AC Tune-Up Checklist and share any recommendations and potential concerns about your air conditioning system.

Heating Maintenance

Your heating system is a major investment for your home and your comfort. With so much at stake, seasonal heater and furnace tune-ups are worth the expense when compared to the alternative of having to replace the entire unit.

A complete Central One Service LLC heating system tune-up includes all these services for one low price:

  • Clean blower compartment–a dirty blower wheel loses efficiency and increases heating costs.
  • Clean and adjust burners to maximize furnace efficiency
  • Visually inspect the heat exchanger
  • Visually inspect the gas pressure and flame operation
  • Inspect for proper operation of igniter or pilot light
  • Inspect and vacuum indoor filter for top efficiency and air quality (filter will be replaced if you supply replacement)
  • Check for proper airflow including inspection of ductwork and connections to ensure peak performance
  • Check and adjust thermostat
  • Check and adjust all safety controls
  • Lubricate moving parts as applicable
  • Check belts and adjust tension, if needed
  • Check fan control
  • Record temperature rise
  • Check complete heating cycle
  • Check electrical wiring connections and insulation
  • Check spark ignition operation (gas furnaces)
  • Check for gas leaks (gas furnaces)
  • Check vent pipe and draft
  • Check amperage draw on each element (electric heaters)
  • Check sequence of operation (electric heaters)

Upon completion, your service technician will present a Tune-Up Checklist and share any recommendations and potential concerns about your system.

Benefits of an Energy Saving Maintenance Agreement:

  • 10% Discount on Parts and Labor
  • 10% Discount on Equipment Replacement
  • Priority Customer
  • Reduced After Hour Emergency Rates
  • Save Money on Utility Bills

Sign up for your spring and fall maintenance now at a discounted rate for a 1-year service contract

$149.00 $99.00

Refrigerator, Stove, Washing Machine Repair