Surprise Breakdown?

Nobody wants a system glitch in the middle of extreme weather. That’s why we offer a way for you to keep your heating or cooling system healthy for the entire year.

Meet Our Comfort Care Membership

This yearly, planned maintenance program provides you with a worry-free option that keeps everything in your system running at its most efficient, so it won’t break down when you need it most. In other words: We maintain your system for you, so you don’t end up managing an emergency. Through this program, we provide a full system check-up during milder seasons to make sure your heating or cooling system is in tip-top shape right before the summer or winter months.

Why Invest in Preventative Maintenance?

Keeping up your system on a regular basis is cheaper—and less of a headache—than emergency service. Plus, regular maintenance will add years to the life of your system. And if you have an older system, a regular check-up by our experienced technicians will give you peace of mind.

Comfort Care Plan

Capital Heating and Cooling comfort care maintenance agreement is perfect for newer HVAC systems:

  • Preventative service and care is cheaper than emergency service
  • Planned maintenance will extend the life of your system.

With our Comfort Care Plan our certified technicians come to your home to provide basic maintenance including the following:

  • Check system functions, safety controls, and adjust the operating sequence (where appropriate).
  • Inspect electrical components and connections. Tighten as required.
  • Clean electronic air cleaners and replace 1″ disposable air filters.
  • Check evaporator and condenser coils and condensate pans, traps and check lines to prevent obstructions.
  • Inspect pumps, lubricate 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.
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