Air Conditioning Scheduled Service

Air Conditioning Scheduled Service

AC Maintenance Plans

WE HAVE A PLAN DESIGNED FOR EVERYONE

Your Air Conditioning unit’s evaporator coil and condenser coil require scheduled service in order to run efficiently and effectively throughout the year. Overlooking an air conditioning scheduled service reduces the performance and lifespan of your air conditioning unit. A maintained ac unit will last longer and run better which is no different than your car.

When your air conditioner needs this regular maintenance, scheduling a Champion Forest A/C & Heating professional service technician will ensure the job is done correctly. Our well-trained technicians will find and fix problems in your air conditioning system before serious problems surface.

Plan A

  • $10 Off Current Diagnostic Rate
  • 24 Hour Response Time
  • No Overtime Charges On Repairs
  • Pre-Season Scheduling
  • Preferred Customer Pricing
  • Add Drain Treatment Tabs
  • Wash Condenser Coil

Plan B

  • Quality Assurance Inspection & Cleaning
  • Reminder Service
  • 1 Year Repair Warranty
  • $15 Off Current Diagnostic Rate
  • Save Day Response Time For Service Calls
  • Pre-Season Scheduling
  • Monthly Payment Option
  • Two Year Inflation Protection
  • Clean Drains & Add Drain Treatment
  • $25 Purchase Accrual

Plan C

  • Pre-Scheduled Weekend Maintenance Available
  • Monthly Payment Option
  • Two Year Inflation Protection
  • $50 Purchase Accrual**
  • Clean Electronic Air Cleaner 2 Times Per Year
  • Clean Evap. Coil If Accessible

Drain Lines

Do not let a clogged drain line cause problems or damages to your home!

  • Ceiling damage
  • Mold build up and growth
  • Bad air quality
  • House for pest
  • Complete air conditioner shutdown

Your air conditioning Drain Line is a critical component of an efficient system. When your unit draws warm household air through the evaporator coil, the cooling effect causes water vapor to condense out of the air quickly. The water collected drips into the collection pan and ultimately down the drain line into the sewer. If the drain line is not installed correctly, damaged or clogged, then things can go wrong such as ceiling damage, mold build up and growth causing bad air quality and even a complete AC shutdown.

Drain Lines

  • Ceiling damage
  • Mold build up and growth
  • Bad air quality
  • House for pest
  • Complete air conditioner shutdown

Your air conditioning Drain Line is a critical component of an efficient system. When your unit draws warm household air through the evaporator coil, the cooling effect causes water vapor to condense out of the air quickly. The water collected drips into the collection pan and ultimately down the drain line into the sewer. If the drain line is not installed correctly, damaged or clogged, then things can go wrong such as ceiling damage, mold build up and growth causing bad air quality and even a complete AC shutdown. Let Champion Forest Air Conditioning & Heating take care of your maintenance needs.

Evaporator and Condenser Coils

Your AC’s evaporator coil and condenser coil collects dirt over months of service. Scheduled filter changes help the evaporator coil from soiling quickly, however over time the evaporator coil will still collect dirt. This dirt reduces airflow and insulates the coil, reducing its ability to absorb heat. Outdoor condenser coils and fins become very dirty because of the dusty environment such as grass clippings and outdoors dust. To avoid this problem, your evaporator coil needs cleaning every year.

Evaporator and Condenser Coils

Your AC’s evaporator coil and condenser coil collects dirt over months of service. Scheduled filter changes help the evaporator coil from soiling quickly, however over time the evaporator coil will still collect dirt. This dirt reduces airflow and insulates the coil, reducing its ability to absorb heat. Outdoor condenser coils and fins become very dirty because of the dusty environment such as grass clippings and outdoors dust. To avoid this problem, your evaporator coil needs cleaning every year.

Our Scheduled AC Maintenance Program

Preferred Customer Agreement

Our agreement provides you with a complete precision tune-up and professional cleaning semi-annually for your heating and or air conditioning equipment. Our program helps lower utility bills, extends the life of your equipment, offers a 15% discount on repairs, when they are needed, and improves capacity. We will keep your AC and heating units operating at top performance all year long.

Contact Us Today for a professional checkup.

Air Conditioning Scheduled Service

Summer Inspection:

  • Log Refrigerant Pressures
  • Measure volts and amps at Condenser
  • Tighten all electrical connections
  • Lubricate motors
  • Test safety controls
  • Wash Condenser Coil
  • Adjust thermostat calibration
  • Check filters
  • Measure temperature differences
  • Inspect Evaporator Coil
  • Clean out drain lines

Fall Inspection:

  • Inspect Heat Exchanger or Elements
  • Inspect Ignition assembly
  • Inspect burners
  • Monitor Flu Draft
  • Perform start-up of furnace or AHU
  • Measure volt and Amp draw
  • Lubricate all motors
  • Check filters
  • Inspect duct work for air leakage
  • Tighten all electrical connections
  • Test safety controls


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Air Conditioning Scheduled Service

Summer Inspection:

  • Log Refrigerant Pressures
  • Measure volts and amps at Condenser
  • Tighten all electrical connections
  • Lubricate motors
  • Test safety controls
  • Wash Condenser Coil
  • Adjust thermostat calibration
  • Check filters
  • Measure temperature differences
  • Inspect Evaporator Coil
  • Clean out drain lines

Fall Inspection:

  • Inspect Heat Exchanger or Elements
  • Inspect Ignition assembly
  • Inspect burners
  • Monitor Flu Draft
  • Perform start-up of furnace or AHU
  • Measure volt and Amp draw
  • Lubricate all motors
  • Check filters
  • Inspect duct work for air leakage
  • Tighten all electrical connections
  • Test safety controls