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Beyond the Tune-ups

If your home has multiple heating and air conditioning systems, you can already see how the Comfort Club pays for itself with the first tune-up.

With Comfort Generation, value always goes much deeper than price – Value has to include quality and customer experience. Such is the case with Comfort Generation’s Comfort Club™. The value of the Comfort Club™ will only increase if you ever have an emergency repair job. Comfort Generation offers Preferred Scheduling and Pricing exclusively to Comfort Club™ Members.

Here’s What You Get with the Comfort Club™:

Front of the Line VIP Scheduling

Should an emergency arise with your heating or air conditioning systems, you will receive priority scheduling at no additional cost during business hours.

Up to 20% Savings on Service

Enjoy discounted pricing on parts and labor. We will tell you the cost in advance, so you don’t have to watch the clock or worry about surprising overtime fees.

Spring/Summer A/C tune-up

We perform a 30-point inspection and tune-up on ALL your Air Conditioning systems, no matter how many!

Fall/Winter Heating tune-up

Comfort Generation’s licensed technicians run a 29-point inspection and tune-up on ALL your Heating systems.

Automatic scheduling

Comfort Generation will track your tune-ups and contact you to schedule these maintenance visits.

 

Spring/Summer A/C Inspection

 Check Inside Cooling Coil, if accessible: Build-up on the coil reduces the system’s ability to cool, making your air conditioning run longer, increasing energy consumption and raising your cooling costs.

 Check Primary and Secondary Drains: A clogged condensate drain increases humidity levels and can cause damage by leaking through the ceiling, walls, and/or attic and basement.

 Check Outdoor Condenser Coil for Cleanliness: Foreign material on the condenser reduces the system’s cooling capacity. A dirty coil will increase your cooling cost by 50% or more, and can shorten the life of your air conditioner.

 Check Operation Pressures for Proper Refrigerant Charge: Improper refrigerant charges – too much or too little – can damage the compressor and will cause high electric bills, and reduced cooling capacity due to efficient equipment operation and your system’s inability to maintain a constant temperature.

 Adjust Blower Components: Proper adjustment of blower and components is necessary for adequate airflow to assure maximum cooling performance.

 Monitor AC Cycle: Our trained Technician will assure that the air conditioner is cycling properly.

 Monitor Voltage & Amp. Draw on all Motors: Motors are designed to operate at standard voltage and amperage draw. By measuring amperage draw, problems can be identified before the unit fails.

 Check and tighten all Loose Electrical Connections: Loose electrical connections are a common source of problems which cause your electric parts to fail and your air conditioner to become inoperative.

 Check Thermostat for Proper Operation: To ensure even temperature control for your environment.

Fall/Winter Heating Inspection

 Adjust Blower Components: Proper adjustment of blower components is necessary for adequate airflow to ensure your furnace can deliver maximum heating capacity and efficiency.

 Check & Test Safety Controls: Safety controls are essential for proper protection of the unit and your home.

 Monitor Furnace Cycle: We will assure that the system is cycling properly, that the controls are calibrated correctly and monitor how long it takes your system to obtain the desired temperature.

 Adjust Gas Pressure: Proper gas pressure will ensure the most efficient and safe burner operation and reduces energy costs.

 Check for Cracked Heat Exchanger: As furnaces age, cracks can develop in the heat exchanger, which can allow dangerous gases (including carbon monoxide) to enter your home and endanger your safety. We will thoroughly inspect your heating system to determine if this hazard is evident.

 Monitor Flue Draft for Safe Operation: An obstructed flue will cause products of combustion to enter your home.

 Inspect For Safety Issues: Inspect for combustible materials in close proximity. Test for carbon monoxide and/or gas/oil leaks, as applicable.

 Check & Adjust Ignition Operation: A properly adjusted ignition assures that your furnace will start reliably all winter.

 Adjust Air Flow for proper Temperature Use: Properly adjusted blower speed will ensure efficient and reliable furnace operation and comfort.

 Check and tighten all Loose Electrical Connections: Loose electrical connections are a cause of equipment failure.

 Monitor Voltage & Amp. Draw on all Motors: Motors are designed to operate at standard voltage and amperage draw. By measuring amperage draw, problems can be identified before the unit fails.

 Check Thermostat for Proper Operation: A Thermostat determines how often your unit cycles or how long it operates and may affect the cost of operation, as well as the comfort level. We check it ensure it’s operating properly and ensure an even temperature control throughout your home.

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