HVAC Service

Manufacturers recommend that you complete an annual service and safety inspection on your equipment. To keep your warranty valid, you are required to do a service and safety check at least every two years. As part of our 19-point inspection, our licensed gas technician will check for any potentially dangerous gas and carbon monoxide leaks in the home. We will also check for parts that may potentially fail and replace them at that time. This can help avoid a potential system failure and increase the life of the unit. Having annual maintenance is important not only for your old furnace but your new and high-efficiency equipment as well.

Today’s furnaces, air conditioners, and HVAC equipment, are much more efficient than those of years past. High-efficiency equipment requires complex controls and sensors. As like anything else with many intricate parts, maintenance and cleaning is the key to keeping your system running at peak performance. Annually maintaining your equipment will save you money, ensure proper operation and will provide peace of mind.

Air Conditioning and Heat Pump Maintenance Service:

For essential upkeep of your cooling system, rely on the experts from DirectBuy Furnace. As a Trane Comfort Specialist, our technicians are trained, qualified, and consistently updated in the proper procedure to optimize the performance of all makes, models, and styles of air conditioners and heat pumps.  The benefits include restored energy efficiency, healthier air quality, superior cooling capacity, lower sound levels, longer service life, minimized cost of ownership and operation, and fulfillment of warranty stipulations.  

Precision Heating Maintenance Service:

  • Lubricate blower and motor bearings (if equipped).
  • Check belt condition and tension (if equipped).
  • Install clean air filters (1″ disposable fiberglass filters provided).
  • Check that furnace flue is venting properly.
  • Adjust burner for proper flame (as necessary).
  • Check condition of pilot; clean (as necessary).
  • Check gas line pressure.
  • Check manifold pressure.
  • Check condensate if necessary.
  • Check fan and limit control.
  • Check pilot safety.
  • Check pressure regulator.
  • Check burner operation.
  • Check safety controls.
  • Check thermocouple.
  • Check temperature rise.
  • Check fan speed for winter operation.
  • Check inducer motor operation (if equipped)
  • Check blower motor operation by having an older system serviced and covered by warranty to prevent a “NO HEAT” emergency service later. A service call done after hours or in the middle of the night can run as high as $245.00 just for diagnostic. If a service technician finds a potentially faulty part during an annual maintenance, you will save over $245.00 in labor costs.