HVAC Service Plans and Maintenance Agreements

HVAC ServiceCreative Comfort Solutions HVAC service plans extend the life of the system while eliminating the possibility of expensive repair bills.

A Creative Comfort Solutions HVAC maintenance agreement means 4 things:

  • Full parts and labor coverage
  • Emergency service, which allows customers to call at any time, any day of the year. Our technicians will respond quickly, and you’ll never be charged for overtime.
  • Top priority over customers without a Service Plan
  • Preventative maintenance inspections that keep your equipment operating safely and efficiently every season. You can purchase this inspection without signing up for the full service plan.

The Preventive maintenance inspection is required to maintain the manufacturer’s original warranty. The inspection includes:

Heating Inspections

  • Check the gas burners. Clean if necessary.
  • Check the pilot assembly.
  • Check the thermocouple.
  • Check the burner flame and adjust gas pressure if necessary.
  • Check the heat exchanger.
  • Check the flue venting.
  • Check the fan control.
  • Check the limit safety device and electrical wiring.
  • Check the blower speed.
  • Check the amp draw of the motor.
  • Check belt and adjust tension if needed.
  • Lubricate all moving parts where accessible and appropriate.
  • Check filter and change standard filter if needed.
  • Inspect thermostat and check the heat anticipator setting.
  • Check for safe operation.

Cooling Inspections

  • Check the outside condensing coil. Coil will be cleaned if needed.
  • Check operating pressures.
  • Check for proper refrigerant charge. Adjust if necessary.
  • Check evaporator superheat.
  • Check temperature of the return and supply air.
  • Check that the condensate line is open.
  • Lubricate all moving parts where accessible and appropriate.
  • Check belt and adjust tension as appropriate.
  • Check filter and change standard filter if needed.
  • Check all safety and operational controls.
  • Check voltage and amperage to all motors.
  • Check start capacitor and relays.
  • Check the operation of the compressor contactor.
  • Check all wiring and connections inside the unit and disconnect box.
  • Inspect thermostat and observe its operation.

Note: Maintenance inspections may be purchased separately from service agreements.