Trusted Maintenance Services in Denver, Co

The hot and cold seasons place additional strain on aging furnaces, air conditioners, and central air systems. We take unexpected breakdowns at client sites seriously because we understand how critical heating and AC can be. If you hire us, our technicians will perform thorough maintenance because we don’t want to miss any issues. Our goal is to make sure your heating or cooling system is ready for you to use.

24 Point A/C Precision Tune Up

24 Point A/C Precision Tune Up

  • Check thermostat and A/C operation for proper start, operation and shut off
  • Check air filter; replace if necessary
  • Pull and clean blower motor and blower cage. Check run capacitor
  • Check blower motor bearings
  • Check and clean furnace cabinet
  • Check fan speed
  • Check all wiring for loose connections, including thermostat
  • Check voltage at the furnace
  • Check blower amp draw on the furnace
  • Check condensate drain and trap. Prime trap with water
  • Turn off the humidifier and close dampers
  • Check contactor and relays
  • Check start and run capacitors
  • Check and clean condenser
  • Check disconnect
  • Check condenser motor and blades, amperage of motor
  • Check compressor amps
  • Check TXV. Check charge, ambient temp, subcooling, superheat
  • Check and tighten service caps
  • Check Delta T at coil
  • Check refrigerant lines including all connections, service valves and caps
  • Quick visual check of ductwork
  • Check the furnace area for safety. No flammables, clutter, etc
  • Make a final operation check
Evaporative Cooler Start-Up Procedure

Evaporative Cooler Start-Up Procedure

  • Remove cover
  • Clean reservoir
  • Check water line and connections; start flow; check for leaks
  • Put belt on; check belt condition and tension
  • Check blower cage
  • Turn on power to unit and check incoming voltage
  • Check and oil motor, check amp draw
  • Check water distribution; plug in pump; check pump operation and adjust float
  • Check pads, recommend replacement if needed
  • Open registers and check air flow
  • Check 6 Position Switch or thermostat
  • Final check for leaks in water line, connections and cooler body

Evaporative Cooler Shut Down Procedure

  • Turn off power to unit
  • Shut off water; drain line thoroughly
  • Empty reservoir
  • Unplug pump. Remove belt from motor
  • Put cover on cooler
  • Close registers. Put any insulation needed in place
19 Point Boiler Precision Tune Up

19 Point Boiler Precision Tune Up

  • Check thermostat and boiler operation for proper start, operation and shut off
  • Check and clean burners
  • Check heat exchanger for cracks, rust and leaks
  • Check and clean boiler cabinet
  • Check all wiring for loose connections, including thermostats
  • Purge if necessary
  • Check fill valve, air vents and aqua stat. Take temps
  • Check expansion tank
  • Check voltage at boiler and amperage of motor
  • Check zone valves for open and close
  • Check gas valve
  • Measure incoming gas pressure
  • Check ignition system, controls and safety devices
  • Quick visual check of baseboard for dust, obstructions
  • Check flue for obstructions, rust and slope
  • Check all gas connections and pipe for leaks
  • Check boiler area for safety. No flammables, clutter, etc
  • Check for CO. Note whether CO detectors are present. Advise to obtain one if none present
  • On 90% boilers, check that termination and air intake openings are clear and unobstructed
20 Point Furnace Precision Tune Up

20 Point Furnace Precision Tune Up

  • Check thermostat and furnace operation for proper start, operation and shut off
  • Check air filter; replace if necessary
  • Check and clean burners
  • Pull and clean blower motor and blower cage. Check run capacitor
  • Check heat exchanger for cracks, rust and leaks
  • Check ignition system, controls and safety devices, including cleaning flame sensor/thermal couple
  • Check and clean furnace cabinet
  • Check IDM, including hoses and drain
  • Check condensate drain and trap. Prime trap with water
  • Check all wiring for loose connections, including thermostat
  • Check induced draft furnaces per AHRI guidelines
  • Check Delta T
  • Measure incoming gas pressure and manifold pressure, only if Delta T is out of manufacturer’s specs
  • Check voltage at furnace and amperage of motor
  • Check flue for obstructions, rust and slope
  • Check all gas connections and pipe for leaks only if customer mentions or you smell gas
  • Check furnace area for safety. No flammables, clutter, etc
  • Quick visual check of ductwork
  • Check for CO. Note whether CO detectors are present. Advise to obtain one if none present
  • On 90% furnaces check that termination and air intake openings are clear and unobstructed