Preventive Maintenance

Just like your car needs regular maintenance, so does your air conditioner and heating system. By having a well maintained HVAC system, you will have less service problems, lower energy bills, as well as better and more efficient air flow. If your HVAC products are still under warranty, then you are required to have your it maintained, in order to keep the warranty valid.

Regular Maintenance Saves Money!
Southeastern Wisconsin has both frigid winters and hot and humid summers; the furnace or boiler will work overtime during our cold winter months and the air conditioning will be working hard during the summer. Waukesha Heating and Cooling offers seasonal tune-ups; this keeps your system in prime condition all year round.

Small HVAC Issues Can Turn Into Big HVAC Problems
This is why it’s so important to keep up with maintenance on your heating and cooling system. We ensure you have a full understanding of your home HVAC system. This way you’ll know if something is not working properly so it can be addressed before it becomes a huge and costly problem. If you need any repairs, we will do a complete evaluation of your home and figure out why your furnace or AC is not working properly. We offer you advice and many options to help you make the best choice. We communicate prices up front for each repair, replacement, or upgrade before starting anything.

Heating and Air Conditioning Maintenance
There is nothing better for your heating and/or air conditioning system than annual maintenance. Annual maintenance allows your system to work at peak efficiency year in and year out. A system that is maintained annually experiences considerably fewer breakdowns.

This virtually eliminates the need for you to pay for costly repairs. You’ll enjoy the peace of mind in knowing that your system is saving you money on your utility bills every time it comes on. In some instances, the energy savings are enough to pay the cost of the planned annual maintenance service.

This tune up includes:

  • Check evaporator coil
  • Inspect fan motor
  • Set manifold pressure
  • Monitor expansion valve
  • Check start and run capacitors
  • Test fan limit switch
  • Clean evaporator drain
  • Check start and run delays
  • Inspect blower wheel
  • Adjust bypass dampers
  • Monitor refrigerant level
  • Inspect valves
  • Clean or replace filters
  • Adjust operating pressures
  • Check flue
  • Tighten electrical connections
  • Measure voltage differences
  • Check flame baffle
  • Evaluate safety controls
  • Measure amperage draw
  • Clean combustion chamber
  • Measure temperature difference
  • Clean and adjust burners
  • Clean heat exchanger
  • Clean condenser coil
  • Evaluate vent system
  • Test thermocouple
  • Adjust thermostat calibration
  • Set burner adjustment
  • Check combustion air
  • Check fan blades for tightness
  • Measure gas input