Heating & Air Conditioning Excellence

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Comprehensive Maintenance Agreement

Heating Equipment Checklist:
• Inspect thermostat
• Clean or replace 1” air filter
• Inspect heat exchanger
• Inspect temperature rise
• Inspect fan control
• Inspect furnace safety controls
• Inspect for gas leaks
• Inspect gas valve operation
• Inspect ignition system
• Inspect electrical connections
• Clean flame senor
• Inspect flue
• Lubricate all moving parts
• Inspect back up heat elements
• Inspect sequencer operation
• Inspect volt and amp draw on motors
• Inspect all circuit breakers
• Inspect reversing valve operation
• Inspect defrost control
• Test cycle for proper operation

*Humidifier service, humidifier pads and media filter are not included.

**Priority service during normal business hours.

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With The Muller Heating•Cooling•Excellence Comprehensive Maintenance Agreement, you not only get priority service - you can prevent problems from happening in the first place - and save money in the process.

It's much more than service. Its Prevention!

Annual maintenance and proper inspection of your furnace or air conditioner will prevent it from failing. The cost to replace a furnace or air conditioner can cost thousands of dollars. Yearly maintenance inspections will help your system to conserve energy and provide improved air quality. Technicians will diagnose repair needs and schedule a time for additional work if they do not have to make the repairs today.

We focus on providing our customers with the best products and affordable pricing. You are in good hands when you choose to work with our highly-trained technicians.  

Cooling Equipment Checklist:
• Inspect thermostat
• Clean or replace 1” filter
• Inspect temperature drop
• Clean condenser coil
• Inspect and adjust air flow
• Inspect all electrical connections
• Inspect amp and volt draw on motors
• Inspect refrigerant charge
• Lubricate moving parts
• Inspect condensate drain
• Inspect all capacitors
• Look for refrigerant leaks
• Inspect contactor
• Inspect compressor terminals
• Inspect disconnect power box
• Inspect power breaker
• Inspect coil when accessible
• Test cycle for proper operation