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The best tune-up in town! Only $75.00 plus parts.


  • Lower utility bills by reducing energy consumption and waste.
  • Extended equipment life.
  • Peace of mind for you and your family.
  • Fewer repairs, and improved system reliability.
  • Increased heating and cooling capacity and efficiency.



  • Chemically clean and thoroughly wash condenser coil(s).
  • Thoroughly clean your standard air-filter(s).
  • Wash and level condensing unit for proper motor and bearing wear.
  • Lubricate motor and fan bearings as well as other moving parts as necessary.
  • Inspect evaporator coil. If dirty, to clean in place $68 extra, removal to clean $165, includes liquid line dryer and acid. Also clean your drain pan.
  • Clean and inspect condensate drain lines and fittings.
  • Clean, level, and calibrate thermostat.
  • Check blower motor and fan assembly. Removal to clean $65 extra.
  • Inspect, tighten and test all electrical connections. This includes disconnect switch.
  • Inspect all system electrical wires, connectors, and terminals.
  • Test system starting and running capacitors.
  • Test all controls, switches, relays, transformers, contactors, motors, and fans.
  • Measure starting and running amperes, line voltage, and control voltage.
  • Test system-starting capabilities.
  • Test system for proper airflow and air delivery.
  • Inspect and adjust all safety controls.
  • Monitor refrigerant (Freon) pressures and temperatures.
  • Test and record super-heat and sub-cooling. Compare with factory specifications.
  • Adjust Freon metering control device per factory/manufacturers recommendations.
  • Test and measure system for proper production and capacity.
  • Monitor fan motors and compressor operating temperatures.
  • Complete and present full written report and make any necessary

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