Equipment We Cover

  • Furnace
  • Boiler
  • Air Handler
  • Garage/Hanging Heaters
  • Whole House Humidifiers
  • CO Detectors
  • Ductless Systems
  • Central Air Conditioner
  • Small Duct/High Velocity Air Conditioner
  • Whole House Dehumidifier
  • Water Heater
  • Tankless Water Heater
  • Electronic Air Cleaner
  • Media Air Cleaner
  • Fresh Air Damper

Services Provided

Furnace Clean & Check

Our certified heating and cooling technicians are trained to perform comprehensive cleanings and inspections of your furnace to ensure it can function properly for years to come.

Furnace Clean and Check
  • Thermostat settings help your furnace quickly respond to your heating and cooling needs.
  • The quality of combustion is essential. This is why we pay close attention to the quality of carbon monoxide (CO) in the undiluted flue gas of your appliance. We'll also verify the CO levels in the room and look for any combustible materials near the furnace.
  • Leaks in the flue pipe are the leading cause of CO poisonings, so our specialists verify if the flue is open and check for gas leaks. Our team also cleans burners and heat-exchanger, while inspecting them for potential cracks which poses an immediate danger.
  • The flame sensor is designed to protect your home fomr dangerous gas. We'll make sure to clean and inspect before testing the ignitor.

During the inspection, we also perform other essential tasks to keep your furnace in top shape:

  • Clear all pressure switch hoses and ports, as well as condensate hoses and traps.
  • Check voltage and amperage of the IDM and the blower motor.
  • Test the blower capacitor.
  • Vacuum and wipe down the cabinet.
  • Check the air filter.
  • Record return and supply temperature readings.

Air Conditioner Clean & Check

Home Comfort goes above and beyond so you can receive the best cleaning and inspection services.

Air Conditioner Clean & Check
  • We'll start by recording the current thermostat setting, before determining if your equipment is responsive whenever the thermostat sends a call for cooling.
  • We'll also inspect the blower, an essential component that can significantly impact the comfort level and the air quality in your home. After that, we'll make sure to clean the air filter and coil drain line to prevent water leaks.
  • Next, our specialists will test your system's cooling ability by checking the temperature in both the return and supply air ducts. They will also record the outdoor temperature and check the refrigerant charge. An overcharged refrigerant can not only damage the compressor, but it can also make the air feel more humid.
  • We'll record everything from the suction line pressure to the line temperature, and the liquid line pressure to ensure your evaporator receives enough refrigerant.

Before we complete the inspection and take your unit through the final test, we measure key indicators including:

  • Unit voltage and amperage.
  • Fan motor voltage and amperage.
  • Compressor voltage and amperage.
  • Capacitor rating.

Call for pricing…and details to customize your own Comfort Plan.

With 3 identical systems or more you receive an additional 10% off.

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