We here at Abraham Heating and Cooling, Inc. are very excited to introduce our new and improved Maintenance Agreement! Obtaining this Agreement not only saves you quite a bit of money but it also ensures you that your equipment is running more efficiently and reliably ALL YEAR LONG! Your equipment is first subject to our inspection at NO ADDITIONAL COST TO YOU!
Maintenance Agreements are available for as little as $0.27 cents a day! Prices do vary. Please call our office for further information and learn how you too can protect your home and wallet!
* An Annual Clean and Service for your Heating/Cooling Equipment (see details below)
* 15% Discount off all Repairs, Parts and Labor
* Parts and Labor Fully warranted as per Manufacturer
* Preferential Treatment: Responding to your needs first before non-contracted clients
*No EMERGENCY, OVERTIME or TRAVEL CHARGES EVER
OIL - Clean and service will consist of a thorough vacuum, brush and clean of the heating equipments heat exchanger, vent pipe and combustion area. The nozzle, oil filter and fuel pump strainer will be replaced. The fuel pump is cleaned and flushed. The low water cut off is tested and flushed. The gage glass is cleaned or replaced. Any unnecessary openings will be sealed. For steam system only: the pig tail is cleaned. An efficiency and safety test is taken.
GAS - Clean and Service will consist of a thorough inspection of the gas heating equipment. The air filter is cleaned or replaced. The condensate pump is checked, inspected and cleaned to ensure proper operation. On select models the vent pipe will be removed and cleaned. The flame rod/thermoscouple will be checked, cleaned or replaced. All electrical will be tightened. An efficiency and safety test is taken.
Central Air - Clean and Service will consist of a pressure wash of the outside condensor coil. Wires, electrical and fan speed is checked and tightened. Refrigerant levels are checked, then superheat or sub cooled. A temperature drop acrossed the evaporator will be conducted. The drain line to the condensate pump is blown out. Your cooling equipment will then be started to ensure proper operation.