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• Priority Service for Performance Maintenance Customers
1. Inspect Thermostat and battery
Validate that the furnace runs and reflects your thermostat’s settings.
2. Inspect Flue and Diverter
Validate safe operation. Flue pipe that are corroded and leak are dangerous
3. Clean Pilot Assembly
Bugs, especially spiders like to build nest inside pilot tubing. Clearing it will ensure furnace is operating correctly
4. Adjust Pilot Flame
If pilot flame is not correctly adjusted unit will exhibit erratic behavior
5. Check Thermocouple
Another safety device that prevent shuts of unit and should operate at a certain parameter
6. Clean burners
Dirty burners prevent gas from being burned properly and efficiency
7. Adjust burners
Increase efficiency and fuel saving
8. Check manifold gas pressure
Unit operating and the wrong gas pressure will end up costing you more money and efficiency of furnace will drop.
9. Check gas valve operation
Provides safety and ensures gas valve will only operate when a signal is called for.
10. Test for Gas leaks
Safety check for all gas connections
11. Measure Air Flow
Test the velocity of the air as it moves throughout the home’s ducts and ventilation system.
12. Test Static Pressure
Ensure duct system is seal, not restricted and no loose connections
13. Inspects Furnace Electrical Wiring
Inspect the electrical wiring of the heater to make sure there isn’t faulty wiring issues.
14. Check Combustion Chamber
Ensure safety and saves money on fuel bill
15. Inspect Heat Exchanger
Safety check for possibility of creating carbon monoxide
16. Check Safety Controls
Ensures all safeties are properly working to ensure unit is operating safely
17. Check for Combustible Materials Around Heating Unit
Keeps unit in safe operating condition
18. Test Starting Components
Test of all the starting components to make sure that they fire in its order of operation.
19. Inspect Blower Motor
Ensures blower motor is operating efficiently electrically and mechanically
20. Check Blower Motor Capacitor and Rating
Make sure capacitor is operating to manufacturers specifications
21. Check Ignition Controls
Test Ignition components and ensures it meets sequence of operation
22. Check Temperature Rise for Unit
Ensures unit is operating within its heat range
23. Check Drain Pan and Drain Line
Confirms drain line is clear and drain pan has no leak
24. Test Operating Efficiency
Calculation of operating efficiency, including its rate of operation.
25. Safety Inspection
Examine the entire unit and check for any safety issues that could be dangerous or costly down the road.