Providing Preventive Maintenance Plans For All Your HVAC Needs
In Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Norfolk, Portsmouth, VA & Surrounding Areas

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If you want worry-free HVAC, preventive maintenance is the way to go. As a Trane Comfort Specialist, we implement the proper maintenance techniques and procedures and get a thorough understanding of each unit we work on, inside and out. Climatemakers’ heating and AC maintenance services for Virginia Beach homeowners are the key to keeping comfort high and costs low.

Why You Need Seasonal HVAC Tune-Ups

If everyone got maintenance every year, HVAC breakdowns would be extremely minimal. But without annual tune-ups, your HVAC will be in an ongoing state of deterioration. The longer that continues, the more things will go wrong, and the more often you’ll be paying for HVAC repairs. Our NATE-certified technicians understand the importance of this and are dedicated to making sure our customers’ HVAC systems are healthy and efficient.

What You Can Expect During a Maintenance Appointment

We have a full, 42-point checklist we complete during a maintenance appointment, and these are only a few of the steps we perform. We’ll also check your condenser fan and safety devices to make sure everything is running properly. All of these precautions ensure your family stays safe and your HVAC system runs smoothly, helping you avoid future repairs.

Limited Time Offer

Save up to 40% off the regular price ($180.00) for your fall 40-point tune-up!

– Schedule your tune-up by 09/20/2020 to save 40% – $72 value!
– Schedule your tune-up by 10/07/2020 to save 30% – $54 value!
– Schedule your tune-up by 11/07/2020 to save 20% – $36 value!

Give us a call today or save an additional $5 by requesting your appointment online using the form below!

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HEATING

Summer’s winding down; and the cold days of winter are right around the corner.

See for yourself the details of the most comprehensive Tune-up/Check-up in the industry.

40+ Point Heat Pump Tune-up
  1. Check thermostat
  2. Start unit
  3. Check return air filter
  4. Routine cleaning of evaporator coil**
  5. Check condensate pan and fittings for leaks
  6. Check condensate drain**
  7. Check blower motor amp draw
  8. Check blower wheel
  9. Check blower motor stability
  10. Lube motors & bearings
  11. Check belt, pulleys and alignment
  12. Check auxiliary heat strips
  13. Examine all electrical connections
  14. Check total electrical consumption
  15. Check unit disconnect switch
  16. Examine parts for visible wear
  17. Check temperature difference across coil
  18. Remove debris around outside unit
  19. Routine cleaning of condenser coil
  20. Check condenser fan motor amp draw
  21. Check condenser fan motor stability
  22. Check condenser fan blades for vibration
  23. Check crankcase heater
  24. Check reversing valve
  25. Check relays & contactors
  26. Check capacitors
  27. Test time delay
  28. Check all controls
  29. Check all safety devices
  30. Measure operating pressures with gauges
  31. Test refrigeration metering device
  32. Check compressor amp draw
  33. Check noise and vibration levels
  34. Check and secure all panels
  35. Wax outdoor unit**
  36. Check water temperatures***
  37. Check water flow***
  38. Record system operations
  39. Make final operations test
  40. Explanation of tune-up results
  41. Advise on improvements if needed
  42. Check thermostat

**If feasible and where accessible
***Water Source Only

32 Point Gas Tune-Up
  1. Check thermostat
  2. Start unit
  3. Check return air filter
  4. Inspect flue and divertercoil**
  5. Clean interior of vestibule
  6. Clean pilot assembly
  7. Check thermocouple
  8. Clean burners
  9. Adjust pilot
  10. Adjust burners
  11. Set gas manifold gas pressure
  12. Set burner air adjustment
  13. Check gas valve operation
  14. Test for gas leaks
  15. Check safety devices
  16. Check fan control
  17. Check limit control
  18. Inspect heat exchanger for leaks
  19. Inspect combustion chamber
  20. Check blower wheel
  21. Check blower motor and lube
  22. Check for belt tension and align
  23. Check furnace wiring
  24. Check and secure all panels
  25. Check noise and vibration levels
  26. Check for combustion air
  27. Check for combustible materials around furnace
  28. Check heat anticipator
  29. Check thermostat contacts
  30. Check temperature difference of supply & return air temperatures
  31. Make final operation test
  32. Advise improvements if needed

**If feasible and where accessible

COOLING

You Too Can Live in Paradise!

See for yourself the details of the most comprehensive Tune-up/Check-up in the industry.

  1. Check thermostat — Improperly calibrated thermostat affects comfort and operating costs.
  2. Start unit — Verify unit is operational before tune-up takes place.
  3. Check return air filter — A restricted filter causes unit to waste energy
  4. Routine cleaning of evaporator coil** — A dirty evaporator coil decreases efficiency and can lead to compressor failure.
  5. Check condensate pan and fittings for leaks — A cracked pan or loose fittings can cause expensive water damage.
  6. Check condensate drain** — A plugged condensate drain can cause expensive water damage.
  7. Check blower motor amp draw — Ensures optimum performance; protects equipment.
  8. Check blower wheel — A dirty blower wheel reduces airflow; increases operating costs and can lead to compressor failure.
  9. Check blower motor stability — Unstable blower motors can cause premature failure of the motor and damage to the system.
  10. Lube motors & bearings — Improperly lubricated rotating equipment will eventually fail.
  11. Check belt, pulleys and alignment — Avoids costly service calls, saves money on utility costs.
  12. Examine all electrical connections — Extends life of system; ensures safety.
  13. Check total electrical consumption — Ensures optimum performance; protects equipment.
  14. Check unit disconnect switch — Worn, overheated disconnect blows fuses; potentially dangerous
  15. Examine parts for visible wear — Avoids costly service calls.
  16. Check temperature difference across coil — Temperature difference can indicate proper cooling of system. Also affects comfort level.
  17. Remove debris around outside unit — Promotes efficiency. Prevents damage to equipment.
  18. Routine cleaning of condenser coil — Dirty condenser coils raises refrigerant pressures increasing electrical costs.
  19. Check condenser fan motor amp draw — Ensures optimum performance; protects equipment.
  20. Check condenser fan motor stability — Prevents costly service calls.
  21. Check condenser fan blades for vibration — Prevents damage to unit and costly service calls.
  22. Check crankcase heater* — Crankcase heaters that do not work lead to compressor failure.
  23. Check reversing valve* — Improperly operating reversing valve wastes energy.
  24. Check relays & contactors — Worn contactors and loose connections can lead to motor and compressor failure.
  25. Check capacitors — Bad capacitors lead to compressor and motor failure.
  26. Test time delay — Prevents unit from starting under load when power has been temporarily interrupted.
  27. Check defrost assembly* — A defrost timer that does not work correctly causes loss of heat and can shorten life of compressor.
  28. Check all controls — Extends the life, saves money, and prevents failure.
  29. Check all safety devices — Keeps unit in safe operating condition.
  30. Measure operating pressures with gauges — Improper refrigerant charge can reduce cooling capacity and efficiency.
  31. Test refrigeration metering device — Blockage or improper operations of metering device reduces cooling capacity, increases fuel costs, and shortens system life.
  32. Check compressor amp draw — Ensures optimum performance, protects equipment.
  33. Check noise and vibration levels — Increases comfort & extends life of equipment.
  34. Check and secure all panels — New systems have a blower door safety and will not operate if door is not properly in place.
  35. Wax outdoor unit** — For weather protection and extended life.
  36. Check water temperatures*** — Water temperatures are very important to the operation of the unit.
  37. Check water flow*** — Proper water flow is vital to system operation.
  38. Record System operation — For Homeowner’s information and records.
  39. Make final operations test — To ensure system operation.
  40. Explanation of tune-up results — Explanation of work performed in tune-up and results.
  41. Advise improvements as needed — To allow you to gauge effectiveness, efficiency and potential need for repair or replacement.
  42. Conclude Transaction — Answer questions, collect for work performed, signature(s) on invoice, leave customer copy of tune-up, make appointment for any additional work required.

*Heat Pump Only
**If feasible and where accessible
***Geothermal Heat Pump Only

 

Why Choose Us

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24/7 HVAC EMERGENCY SERVICE

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TRANE COMFORT SPECIALIST AND NATE-CERTIFIED SERVICE TECHNICIANS

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PRECISE SIZING ON ALL NEW INSTALLATIONS

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A+ ACCREDITATION BY THE BBB

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Generous discounts and budget-friendly financing on new heating and AC installations

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