Lower Your Energy and Repair Bills with Peak Performance Maintenance Agreements

Why They Make Sense for Customer Satisfaction

Your heating and air conditioning system is most likely the single largest use of energy in your home. Our Peak Performance Maintenance Agreements are an ideal way to reduce or eliminate unexpected repair bills, ensure top performance, and prolong the life of your system. We know that a well-executed maintenance agreement plan will help our residential and commercial customers save money on costs, while yielding years of reliable operation from their equipment. Check out our Peak Performance benefits below.

Reduced Monthly Energy Costs

A properly maintained heating and cooling system can operate 10% more efficiently than a dirty and neglected system

Savings on Service & Repairs

The program includes a 10% discount on all parts and labor charges during normal working hours for any additional service/repair needs that arise. Emergency (after hour) calls will be discounted by 5%.

Scheduling Convenience

You don’t have to remember when maintenance is due—we will remind you when it’s time for your Spring and Fall check ups and will work with you to schedule them at your convenience.

Extended Equipment Life

Regular maintenance can catch and correct minor problems before the can grow into costly emergencies. Well maintained systems have longer lives.

Your heating and cooling system is vital to the comfort and safety of your family and your customers, yet it is often taken for granted. Much like an automobile, your heating and cooling system needs regular maintenance to provide you with maximum comfort, efficiency, and reliability. Our Peak Performance Program offers you the following services for an affordable annual fee.

Spring Check-up
  • Air Conditioner / Heat Pump check-up, which includes: filters, outdoor coils (and indoor if accessible), pressures and temperatures, voltage and amp draw, thermostat, blower assembly, condensate drain, start contactor, and cycle equipment
  • Water Heater check-up, which includes: cleaning of pilot, draining and refilling if necessary, replacing thermocouple, checking for safe vent operation
Fall Check-up
  • Water Heater check-up, which includes: cleaning of pilot, draining and refilling if necessary, replacing thermocouple, checking for safe vent operation
  • Furnace (gas or oil) check-up, which includes: filters, heat exchanger, gas pressure, fan, thermostat, blower, burners, ignition system, vent- ing, flue, temperature rise, wiring, combustion chamber, oil lines, oil pump, lubrication, motor, and leak check OR
  • Boiler check-up, which includes: steam pressure, water temperature, water level, valves, nozzle, ignition device, motor, gauges, wiring, safety devices and controls

Other units which may be covered under a Peak Performance Plan include (but are not limited to): Fireplaces, Gas/Wood Stoves, Electric Heaters and Exhaust Fans.