Residential Maintenance Program
An annual HVAC maintenance is the best way to avoid expensive and often inconvenient problems with your heating and air conditioning system. An HVAC system that is maintained regularly experiences considerably fewer breakdowns and repairs, allowing your system to run at its optimum efficiency all year long.
Regular HVAC maintenance benefits include:
- Prevention of costly break downs and repairs
- Extension of equipment life
- Increased energy efficiency
You can join the Keller Services Annual Maintenance Program two ways, your service technician will explain the program and can get you started while on site, or you can call the office at 817-653-3537 to schedule your first service in the program. Keeping you comfortable is our priority!
Keller Services Annual Maintenance Program offers convenience and peace of mind, as well as an array of benefits. For an annual investment of $175 for the first unit and $125 per additional unit, you will receive the following:
- 2 detailed seasonal inspections per year – Spring and Fall.
- Exclusive 15% discount on service and repairs.
- Priority service and scheduling.
- 24/7 emergency service with no overtime charges.
- One-year warranty on parts and labor.
Depending on the season and your system, at each visit our technicians will check the following:
- Inspect unit for proper refrigerant level.
- Inspect base pan for restricted drain openings, remove obstructions as necessary.
- Inspect coil and cabinet, clean as needed.
- Inspect fan motor and fan blades for wear and damage, on older models
- lubricate as needed.
- Inspect the control box, associated controls/accessories, wiring and connections. Controls may include contactors, relays, circuit boards, capacitors, sump heat, and other accessories. All control box and electrical parts should be checked for wear or damage.
- Inspect compressor and associated tubing for damage
- Inspect blower assembly.
- On older models, lubricate motor and inspect and replace fan belt if needed.
- Check combustion blower housing for lint and debris and clean as necessary.
- Inspect evaporator coil, drain pan, condensate drain lines and flush with water, if accessible.
- Inspect for gas leaks from shut off to the furnace (gas furnaces).
- Inspect burner assembly, clean and adjust as needed.
- Inspect ignition system and safety controls, clean and adjust as needed.
- Inspect heat exchanger or heating elements, when accessible.
- Inspect flue system, check for proper attachment to the furnace, any dislocated sections, and for signs of corrosion.
- Inspect the control box, associated controls, wiring, and connections.
- Clean or replace air filters (filters provided by Keller Services, additional cost).
- Inspect the conditioned airflow system (ductwork), check for leaks.
WHILE YOUR SYSTEM IS OPERATING
- Monitor system starting characteristics and capabilities.
- Listen for abnormal noise.
- Monitor air conditioning and heat pump systems for a correct refrigerant charge.
- Measure outdoor dry bulb temperature.
- Measure indoor dry and wet bulb temperature.
- Measure high and low side system pressures.
- Monitor gas furnace (if appropriate) for correct line and manifold gas pressure, make adjustments as needed.
- Measure temperature rises and adjust airflow as needed.
- Check the vent system for proper operation.
- Monitor system for correct line and load volts/amps.
- Monitor system operation per manufacturer’s specifications.
- Provide system operation report and recommend repairs or replacement as necessary.