What is Fire and Ice Heating & Air Advantage Agreement?

Advantage Agreement

Maintenance service may be the last thing to keep in mind. So it’s highly likely to forget it until something goes wrong with your system. But a maintenance contract, technicians will service your system as agreed, whether you remember it or not. Hence, you can have peace of mind and enjoy comfort that lasts all year round. 

Our advantage agreement is designed to provide you with an added level of protection. Once you sign up for our advantage agreement, our technicians will check your system for any damage and ensure that the unit will stay in its best condition.

Furthermore, our advantage agreement gives you many other conveniences. For instance, you can access our 24-hour emergency service, get overtime service without paying an overtime fee, be a priority customer, and a whole lot more. 

Cooling Tune-Up: What’s Included?

Our cooling specialists will make sure your A/C stays at its tip-top shape. We’ll perform the following maintenance tasks:

  • Inspect and test safety controls
  • Inspect and tighten loose electrical connections
  • Monitor voltage and amperage draw
  • Check refrigerant charge
  • Monitor thermostat operation and calibrate as needed
  • Inspect inside cooling coil and clean if accessible and needed
  • Inspect and clean primary and secondary condensate drains
  • Inspect and clean outdoor coils
  • Inspect and clean blower components
  • Lubricate moving parts as necessary
  • Perform condensate drain treatment to prevent biological growth

Heating Tune-Up: What’s Included?

Our heating pros will perform the following tasks to ensure your system stays efficient and capable of providing much-needed warmth during the cold days.

  • Check carbon monoxide level.
  • Adjust gas pressure as needed
  • Inspect thermostat operation
  • Inspect and clean blower components
  • Inspect and tighten loose electrical components
  • Inspect pilot operation and adjust as needed
  • Inspect heat anticipator settings
  • Inspect heat exchanger and burners, and clean or adjust them as needed
  • Inspect for cracked heat exchanger
  • Inspect and test safety controls
  • Lubricate moving parts as needed
  • Apply protective coating to the outside unit
  • Monitor voltage and amperage draw
  • Monitor flue draft for safe operation

We’re ready and happy to answer your questions about our Advantage Agreement! Call us now at (225) 954-2312.