Mor-Air Heating A/C & Refrigeration LLC - Mor-Air, Less Problems!
                                                    HVAC Tune-Ups

 Don't wait for your heater to cough its last breath or your air conditioner to wave the white flag before giving it a Tune-up - by then you'll beg for mercy. Instead, schedule our Annual Tune-Up right now for your furnace or air conditioner, it can help you save more on your monthly energy costs. Meaning: you can fan yourself with money while you drink sweet beverages, all because of our HVAC maintenance expertise. In fact, routine furnace, heat pump and AC maintenance is vital to efficient, worry-free heating and cooling.

Other HVAC contractors may claim they know how to do a tune-up, but get the facts first. Some of these so-called "tune-ups" are nothing more than a basic HVAC System Inspection. Here's the bottom line: nothing compares to our full 23-point* Heating Precision Tune-up or our 16-point* Air Conditioning Precision Tune-Up, performed by our Certified HVAC technicians.

                  



Our Furnace Tune-Up Includes*:

Check thermostat calibration

Clean and adjust furnace burner assembly

Clean furnace ignition assembly

Check combustion air

Test furnace starting capabilities

Examine heat exchanger for damage and corrosion

Monitor flue draft

Test furnace safety controls

Inspect gas piping

Clean and/or replace standard air filters

Measure for correct air flow

Tighten electrical connections

Measure volts and amps

Lubricate all moving furnace parts

Clean condensate drains

Measure temperature difference between supply air and return air

Apply protective coating

Adjust gas pressure

Adjust pilot

Monitor heating cycle

In place, clean and adjustment of blower components

Examine furnace installation quality

Examine equipment condition area, and clearances



Our Air Conditioner Tune-Up Includes*:

Check thermostat calibration

Monitor refrigerant pressure

Test AC starting capabilities

Test air conditioner safety controls

Clean and/or replace standard air filters

In place, clean and adjustment of blower components

Measure for correct air flow

Tighten electrical connections

Measure volts and amps

Lubricate all moving parts

Clean condensate drain

Measure temperature difference between supply air and return air

Apply protective coating

Monitor cooling cycle

Inspect evaporator coil

Examine installation quality

Examine equipment condition area, and clearances

Clean condenser coil (cost of coil cleaner not included in price)

 
*where applicable



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