Membership AC Maintenance Plans

What is a Maintenance Contract & do I need one?

The Texas heat is coming, and your AC unit has not had to work to earn its keep all winter. East Texas heat is a complex mixture of thermal heat and heavy humidity. Your AC system has not only the task of keeping your house cool, but pulling humidity out of the air.

The sudden strain on AC units around this time of year has left many homeowners without cooling through several nights. While the system is down, you lie awake at night wondering what could have been done to prevent this discomfort.

We understand, which is why we created the Acme AC Maintenance Plan. The maintenance plan’s goal is to ensure you are cool in the summer and warm during the winter. We do this by checking your system once in the fall and once in the spring. By doing this we prolong the life of your equipment and detect any problems before they leave you uncomfortable.

Fall HVAC Check List

When we perform HVAC maintenance in the fall, these are the services we’ll provide:

  • Check furnace blower
  • Examine filters
  • Oil motor as necessary
  • Check and adjust burners
  • Check for proper combustion
  • Check safety controls
  • Check heat exchanger for cracks
  • Check wiring
  • Test the electronic ignition
  • Check and adjust belt tension
  • Check flues and proper draft
  • Test limit switch

Spring HVAC Check List

When we perform HVAC maintenance in the spring, these are the services we’ll provide:

  • Inspect condenser
  • Clean condenser coil
  • Check refrigerant pressures
  • Visual check for refrigerant leaks
  • Inspect compressor
  • Check contactors
  • Check electrical components
  • Check safety controls
  • Check amperage and voltage
  • Check wiring
  • Check operating temperatures
  • Lubricate moving parts

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