Your heating and cooling systems play a vital role in keeping you comfortable in the hottest and coldest months of the year. It’s just right t give them back with proper love and care. And the best way to do that is by scheduling a routine maintenance check and inspection.

North Texas Heat and Air offer quality maintenance service for both residential and commercial HVAC units. You can also enroll in our service maintenance agreement to keep up with your schedule and to lessen the occurrence of HVAC emergencies. Preventive maintenance checks keep your system’s efficiency, save you from costly repairs and give you a haven to live in. Give us a call today and have your deeply cherished investment protected.

What we do during a performance tune-up:

Performance Furnace Tune-up

  • Test for carbon monoxide leaks
  • Clean burner and ignition assemblies
  • Clean blower motor and adjust blower components
  • Inspect filtration system
  • Lubricate moving parts as required
  • Test and adjust safety controls
  • Tighten electrical connections
  • Check flue draft and combustion
  • Inspect humidification system and vent piping.

Performance Air Conditioner Tune-Up

  • Clean condenser coil, condensate drain and blower motor.
  • Inspect filtration system and evaporator coil if accessible
  • Adjust blower components
  • Lubricate moving parts as required
  • Test condensate pump and starting capabilities
  • Tighten electrical connections
  • Measure air temperature differential, amperage and voltage
  • Monitor refrigerant pressure and inspect for refrigerant leaks

Performance Air Handler Tune-Up

  • Inspect evaporator coil and filtration system
  • Clean blower motor
  • Adjust blower components
  • Lubricate moving parts as required
  • Test and adjust safety controls
  • Tighten electrical connections
  • Inspect humidification system and electrical heating elements

Performance Heat Pump Tune-Up

  • Clean condenser coil, condensate drain and defrost controls
  • Inspect auxiliary heaters and filtration system
  • Lubricate moving parts as required
  • Inspect for refrigerant leaks
  • Test condensate pump and starting capabilities
  • Tighten electrical connections
  • Measure air temperature differential, amperage and voltage
  • Monitor refrigerant pressure