Maintenance Agreements

Comprehensive Maintenance Agreements for Rochester Homes

Scheduling regular maintenance doesn't have to be a hassle! Taking  your system specifications into account, Taylor Heating Inc provides comprehensive Maintenance Agreements that will keep your heating and AC units running properly year-round! With annual inspections for heating customers and bi-annual inspections for heating and air conditioning customers, you can count on us to prevent costly problems long before they occur, saving you money in the long run. Our maintenance agreements are designed to meet or exceed all manufacturer and extended warranty requirements, and fully adhere to the recommended procedures outlined by the Department of Energy and our area utility companies!

Key benefits of our Maintenance Agreements

Benefits of a Taylor Heating Inc. residential maintenance agreement include:
  • Extended equipment life
  • Improved equipment efficiency
  • Lower utility bills
  • Priority customer service
  • Improved equipment capacity
  • Lower molds and mildews blowing through your home
  • 15% discount on all repairs
  • Agreement always transferable
  • Inflation protection for up to 3 years
  • No diagnostic fee on covered equipment ever
  • Never pay overtime rates!
  • Extended warranty up to 2 years on all service repairs
Environmental benefits of a Taylor Heating Inc maintenance agreement:
  • Reduced combustion emissions
  • Healthier indoor air
  • Less bacterial growth
  • Lower gas usage
  • Lower electrical usage
  • Lower carbon footprint

Air conditioning inspections

A Taylor Heating Inc comprehensive AC inspection includes:
  • Test refrigerant charge to ensure optimum levels leading to lower utility usage and extend compressor life
  • Test crankcase heaters to ensure proper compressor protection
  • Check to ensure proper air flow across the coil for proper humidity removal and reliable operation
  • Visually inspect duct work to identify obvious leaks, increase system efficiency and reduce utility expense
  • Clean inside evaporator coil to restore heat transfer efficiency, reduce utility costs and improve air quality
  • Clean outside condensing coil to restore heat transfer efficiency and reduce utility costs
  • Apply protective coating to outdoor unit to protect finish
  • Tighten electrical connections to ensure uninterrupted system operation
  • Measure and record voltage and amperage to identify baseline operating conditions
  • Lubricate all moving parts to maintain efficiency and extend equipment life
  • Clean condensate drains to prevent water damage and the potential for mold formation

Heating system inspections

A Taylor Heating Inc comprehensive heating inspection includes:
  • Clean burner assembly to improve combustion, reduce wasted heat
  • Tune burners for more efficient burns, saving energy
  • Clean ignition assembly to ensure reliable operation on demand
  • Clean & inspect furnace heat section to ensure safe operation and the absence of cracks from metal fatigue
  • Verify flue draft to ensure dangerous gas byproducts are properly venting to the outdoors and flue pipes are free from obstruction
  • Inspect flue pipe to ensure no corrosion is present that could lead to cracks and the introduction of dangerous fumes into your home
Heating system inspection
  • Calibrate thermostat for accurate control and to prevent system from running longer than necessary, increasing utility usage
  • Test capacitors to ensure reliable operation and continued compressor and motor protection
  • Inspect & test controls and safeties to keep operating costs low and prevent failures
  • Adjust fan switch to prevent wasted energy and excess sound levels from nuisance cycling
  • Test pilot safety and igniter to ensure reliable operation
  • Clean blower to maintain maximum efficiency and reduce molds and mildew
  • Clean and adjust blower assembly to extend motor life, improve air quality and reduce sound
  • Visually inspect duct work to identify obvious leaks, increase system efficiency and reduce utility expense
  • Tighten electrical connections to ensure uninterrupted system operation
  • Measure and record voltage and amperage to identify baseline operating conditions
  • Lubricate all moving parts to maintain efficiency and extend equipment life
  • Clean condensate drains to prevent water damage and the potential for mold formation
  • Apply protective coating to indoor unit to protect finish
To learn more about how our maintenance agreements can help you,
dial (585) 500-HELP (4357) today!
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