Air Conditioning Comfort Club Company in Knoxville, TN and Surrounding Areas

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When your HVAC system needs maintenance, the experts at Melton Heating and Air Conditioning are standing by to provide the precision tune-up that will keep your equipment operating efficiently. While sometimes easy to overlook, routine maintenance is actually one of the most vital services we provide.

Preventive HVAC Maintenance Yields Optimal System Efficiency

Regular preventive maintenance offers multiple advantages for your HVAC equipment. One of the most valuable is the daily boost it provides to your system’s energy efficiency. Why is this so valuable? Because this boost in efficiency equates to lower utility bills, which add up to increased savings over time.

Without routine maintenance, your system’s efficiency will suffer, gradually worsening and leading to higher utility bills. Regular HVAC maintenance also helps you save by avoiding unnecessary repair bills and a shorter life span.

Regular Maintenance Services Offer Additional Advantages

Here are some of the benefits you will receive when you sign up for our Melton Comfort Club Agreement:

  • Priority customer status
  • 15 percent discount on repair service (excludes diagnostic fee)
  • 24-hour emergency service
  • No overtime charge
  • Improved efficiency
  • Improved safety
  • Extended equipment life
  • Improved capacity
  • Inflation protection
  • Agreement is transferrable

Our Preventive Maintenance Service Agreements

Our Melton Comfort Club Maintenance Agreement is currently $75 for one visit and $130 for two visits. When you sign up for our maintenance program, one of our service technicians will complete the following tasks:

  • Inspect inside cooling coil (schedule cleaning at discounted service rate if necessary)
  • Inspect primary and secondary drains
  • Clean and test condensate drain
  • Inspect blower components; clean and/or adjust as necessary
  • Inspect condenser coil; clean as necessary, water clean only
  • Lubricate all moving parts (where applicable)
  • Inspect and tighten all loose electrical connections
  • Monitor air conditioner operating pressures for proper refrigerant charge
  • Monitor voltage and amperage draw on all motors
  • Monitor air conditioning and heating cycles
  • Inspect heat exchanger and burners; vacuum and/or adjust as necessary
  • Adjust gas pressure as necessary
  • Inspect pilot operation; adjust as necessary
  • Combustion analysis of flue gases
  • Inspect and test safety controls
  • Monitor airflow for proper settings
  • Inspect thermostat operations
  • Inspect for cracked heat exchanger

As an HVAC system owner, the TLC you give your system should start with regular filter changes, visual inspections of the equipment and keeping the area around the unit(s) free of debris. Following that up with regular professional tune-ups from Melton Heating and Air Conditioning should help keep your system running for years to come.

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