Comfort Care Plan
This program is a great choice for systems that are 5 years old or less because they’re usually still under warranty and the chance of a breakdown is less likely. This is an ideal choice if you want to maintain your system with minimal investment.
In our maintenance check we will:
- Check system functions, safety controls, and adjusted operating sequence, where appropriate.
- Inspect electrical components and connections and tighten as required.
- Clean electronic air cleaners and replace 1″ disposable air filters.
- Check evaporator and condenser coils, condensate pans and traps, and check lines to prevent obstructions.
- Inspect and lubricate pumps and check flow rates, where appropriate.
- Adjust air/fuel ratio of burner and perform a combustion analysis. (Instrumentation used for combustion analysis is a means of fine-tuning a burner to achieve maximum fuel efficiency and “optimum firing.”)
- Check refrigerant levels. (According to many equipment manufacturers, a 10% refrigerant loss will result in a 20% decrease in the system efficiency.)
- Check and lubricate motors, as required.
- Detail and recommend repairs to extend equipment life and/or improve efficiency.
- Check the thermostatic refrigeration valves (TXV).
- Inspect blowers.
- Check and adjust gas pressure.
- Check and clean burners, if needed.
- Remove soot from fire side of burner.
- Check defrost mode.
One-Time Service Call
If you are experiencing heat loss at home, Capital Heating & Cooling will be there with the latest furnace repair technology and equipment to keep your house warm and comfortable!
Common reasons to contact Capital Heating for furnace repair include these:
- The furnace won’t turn on.
- The pilot light is out.
- Strange noises are coming from the furnace during startup or operation.
- The main burner won’t light or won’t stay lit for longer than three seconds.
- The blower never turns on after the burners are lit.
- The furnace blower stays on constantly.