Spencer Heat and Air will save you money through offering a preventative plan that consists of 15-Point Air Conditioning Tune-Up before the summer begins, and our 26-Point Heating Tune-Up before winter begins, to help keep you cool all summer and warm all winter! 

We sell yearly or multiyear maintenance contracts where we do a spring and fall tune-up on your HVAC system to keep it running at peak performance.

15-Point Air Conditioning Tune-Up

  • Verify cooling performance and make any necessary adjustments
  • Clean the outdoor condenser coil and remove debris 
  • Lubricate and inspect the outdoor condenser fan motor
  • Check compressor power for proper function
  • Check condition of compressor 
  • Inspect all electrical connections
  • Inspect capacitors and relays
  • Inspect for refrigerant levels and see if there are any leaks
  • Inspect indoor evaporator coil 
  • Flush condensate drain to protect against overflow
  • Inspect blower assembly operation
  • Evaluate condition of air filters and other indoor air quality accessories
  • Safety test all controls for proper operation
  • Provide expert recommendations for keeping your system running at peak efficiency
  • Provide the customer with complete Results of Check

26 Point Heating Tune-Up

  • Clean and Check Gas Burners
  • Clean and Check Pilot and Pilot Tube
  • Check Flame Baffle (or Ribbons)
  • Set Manifold Gas Pressure
  • Check Gas Input
  • Set Burner Air Adjustment
  • Check Fan Control
  • Inspect Gas Valve and Piping
  • Check Pilot Safety/Thermocouple/ Spark Ignition
  • Inspect Combustion Chamber
  • Check Temperature Rise
  • Check Blower Motor (Belt and wires, if applicable)
  • Lubricate Blower and Bearings (If possible – some are permanently lubricated)
  • Check Wiring Assembly
  • Check Air Filtration System
  • Check Equipment and Ventilation Space
  • Check Flue and Venting
  • Check Limit Control
  • Check Heat Anticipator
  • Check Thermostat Contacts
  • Check Voltage and Amperage on Motors
  • Check Safety Interlock Switch (where provided by code)
  • Perform Carbon Monoxide Test
  • Duct Inspection
  • Make Final Operation Check
  • Advise Customer of Results of Check