Maintenance Programs


Maintenance Programs


At Harris Heating and Cooling Solutions LLC, we offer a Preventative Maintenance Program that will keep your heating and cooling equipment running at peak performance. Just as your  automobile requires regular service, so does your home’s central air conditioning system. Please see below for a list of Program Benefits, as well as the service items we’ll perform during your Cooling and Heating Preventative Maintenance   Checks.

Program Benefits: 

  • 15%-20% discount on all repairs (during regular business hours)
  • Discount on all diagnostic fees.(during regular business hours)
  •  Priority service
  •  Increases System Life
  •  Validates warranties
  •   Improves safety
  •   Reduces system breakdowns
  •   Increases efficiency
  •   Reduces utility bills
  •   We’ll call you to schedule the service so you don’t have to remember to     do so.
  •   We’ll check for dangerous operation, carbon monoxide & gas leaks.
  •   We’ll secure loose panels, covers and screw connections.
  •   We’ll notify you of any potential safety concerns.

Our Cooling Preventative Maintenance Includes The Following Services: 

  • Check refrigerant level (FREON®)
  • Check for correct superheat and sub cooling for optimal performance
  • Clean/rinse out outdoor condenser coils
  • Controls and safeties will be tested for proper operation
  • Check capacitors
  • Check contactors for pitting and proper operation
  • Inspect outdoor electrical wiring and disconnect
  • Check amp draws
  • Test compressor windings
  • Tighten electrical connections
  • Inspect outdoor fan motor and wheel
  • Blow out drain line
  • Inspect evaporator coil
  • Check temperature differential across coil for cooling
  • Insure proper thermostat operation
  • Change air filter (if customer provided)

Our Heating Preventative Maintenance Includes The Following Services: 

  • Inspect heat exchanger for cracks
  • Insure all safeties are functional
  • Check for gas leaks at furnace
  • Inspect for proper gas pressure coming in and out of gas valve
  • Clean flame sensor
  • Inspect igniter for wear and proper operation
  • Tighten all electrical connections
  • Check amp draws
  • Check capacitors
  • Check blower motor and wheel
  • Check temperature rise of furnace
  • Insure proper thermostat operation
  • Change air filter (if customer provided)
  • Heat pump specific
  • Check refrigerant level
  • Check for correct superheat and sub cooling for optimal performance
  • Inspect defrost controls for proper operation
  • Inspect emergency heat operation