Century Services Heating & Cooling

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Century Services Customer Care Maintenance Plan

Heating and cooling maintenance can save you from major and costly repairs in the future. Schedule a tune-up visit today, and have peace of mind knowing your system is operating at its peak performance.

What Is Century Services Customer Care?

Our maintenance plan is provided for your home or office heating and cooling equipment. It is prepaid and will help eliminate crises on extreme temperature days.

At the heart of the program are our expert technicians. They will thoroughly clean and inspect all functions and components of your gas furnace, electric furnace, air conditioner, and heat pump. No matter what brand your system is, we can keep it operating at its full potential. We also provide inspections for your heating and cooling units twice a year.

Some of the Benefits of Belonging to Our Maintenance Program

  • 15% Discount on Any Service Work Performed
  • 2-Year Repair Guarantee on Any Repairs Made While Agreement Is Active
  • Avoid Most Breakdowns Altogether With Regular Inspections
  • Improved Indoor Air Quality With a Cleaner System
  • No Overtime Charges Ever
  • Peace of Mind That You Are Saving Energy and Helping the Environment
  • Priority Scheduling
  • Regular Carbon Monoxide Inspections Protect Your Health
  • This Agreement Satisfies Manufacturers’ Warranty Terms

Our Inspection Includes:

  • Adjusting Gas Pressure*
  • Checking Electrical Connections
  • Checking for Proper Air Flow
  • Checking for Proper Draft or Flue Blockages*
  • Checking Moving Parts for Wear
  • Cleaning and Adjusting Burner Assembly*
  • Cleaning Indoor Coil if Accessible (excessive cleaning is additional)
  • Cleaning or Replacing Air Filters When Supplied
  • Cleaning Outdoor Coil* (excessive cleaning is additional)
  • Clearing Drain Lines and Testing Condensate Pump
  • Making Sure All Safeties Operate Properly
  • Measuring Amp Draw and Test Capacitors
  • Monitoring System Operation
  • Checking Refrigerant Pressures
  • Testing Blower Components
  • Testing Defrost Cycle
  • Testing Emergency Heat Operation
  • Testing Starting Capabilities
  • Testing Thermostat Operation and Accuracy
  • Testing Water Overflow Safeties
  • Thermostat Battery Change*
  • Visually Inspecting Ductwork

*If Applicable