HVAC Maintenance & Repair

Remember maintenance on your Heating & Air system is the key to maintaining comfortable living. To keep your HVAC system running at an optimum level and to prevent the need to replace it sooner than expected, we recommend you have your unit serviced regularly and repair any problems when they arise. Our highly trained team of professionals will be able to service your HVAC system at regular intervals on our Maintenance Program.

We recommend scheduling your furnace maintenance in the late fall, before Winter hits, but after it cools off some so that it is cooler and safer in the attic for our technicians.

For your A/C we recommend scheduling your summer maintenance in mid spring, don’t wait until summer hits.

We also offer Safety Inspections, Performance Check-ups, Tune-ups, and Professional Cleaning. You probably have heard before how your air conditioner is like a car, Well it’s true; if you run the car year after year and never change the oil, you are at risk of completely damaging the engine and needing to buy a new car. Your air conditioner/heater also needs regular maintenance. Call Dennis’ Heating and Air today to schedule your home or business’ HVAC System Performance Check-up. We know you’ll be glad you did..

Let us help you feel comfortable and save money on your power bills, with a Service Plan to fit your Equipment Needs:

CHOOSE THE SERVICE PLAN FOR YOUR EQUIPMENT NEEDS – Prices are good in Shasta Lake, Redding, Palo Cedro, Happy Valley, Anderson, Cottonwood.


All Plans are $85 / per System

 

Plan A

Gas Furnance
  • Clean burners.
  • Adjust combustion for optimum fuel efficiency.
  • Lubricate as needed.
  • Test for combustion and gas leaks inside the furnace compartment
  • Check blower wear, tension, and alignment for optimum performance.
  • Test safety shutoff response.
  • Check flue for satisfactory operation.
  • Replace air filter with 1” disposable
  • Check wiring for tightness to components and operation of components.
** If any components or refrigerant are required, there will an additional charge**
Filter (owner to advise of filter size at the time of scheduling service).

Plan B

Air Conditioner
  • Clean Condenser coil (if necessary).
  • Check electrical connections for tightness and components for proper operation.
  • Adjust system for optimum cooling.
  • Check for refrigeration leaks.
  • Check temperature drop.
  • Check refrigeration level.
  • Lubricate as needed.
  • Replace air filter with 1” disposable
  • Check blower wear, tension, and alignment for optimum performance
  • Check condensing fan motor and capacitor for proper operation and optimum electrical readings
  • Check condensate drain for proper drainage
** If any components or refrigerant are required, there will an additional charge**
Filter (owner to advise of filter size at the time of scheduling service).
 

Plan C

Heat Pump
  • Clean Condenser coil (if necessary).
  • Lubricate as needed.
  • Check defrost cycle and reversing valve operations.
  • Check safety devices and electrical heat pump controls.
  • Check blower wear, tension, and alignment for optimum performance.
  • Check for refrigerant leaks.
  • Check electrical connections for tightness and components for operation.
  • Check temperature drops (Heat and Cool).
  • Check refrigerant level.
  • Check refrigerant controls.
  • Check condensate drain for proper drainage.
  • Replace air filter with 1” disposable
  • Adjust system for optimal Heating and Cooling (if adjustments are necessary)
** If any components or refrigerant are required, there will an additional charge**
Filter (owner to advise of filter size at the time of scheduling service).

Plan D

Evaporative Cooler (summer)
  • Clean entire unit.
  • Lubricate bearings, motor and all moving parts.
  • Adjust belt and float to get optimum tension and water flow.
  • Test pump, spider tubes (water feeds to each pad) and all connections.
  • Check amp draw on motor and adjust if needed.
  • Test run unit.
 

Plan E

Evaporative Cooler (winter)
  • Drain unit.
  • Disconnect water line to prevent freezing.
  • Cover Cooler (cover provided by home owner or others). **We can provide cover for an additional fee**
  • Remove pads (if owner requests, owner to store pads)
  • Turn power off at main electrical panel.
  • Remove Belt (if owner requests, owner to store belt)