Energy Saving Maintenance Agreements

Celina, Texas

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Did you know that in metro Dallas, your heating and air conditioning system is the single most energy consuming appliance in your home or business? If it is not performing to its maximum potential, you could be losing hundreds or thousands each year in repair costs and wasted energy.

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Advantages of an Air Rescue Energy Savings Agreement


It’s amazing what you get with our affordable Energy Savings Agreement. Not only will your air conditioning and heating systems last longer and run stronger, but you will also benefit from.

  • Better Comfort and Peace of Mind
    • Automatic notification of annual maintenance - we take the worry out of your system maintenance
    • Less energy waste and lower utility bills
    • Improved indoor comfort and quieter systems
    • Complete written maintenance reports
  • Preferred Customer Benefits
    • No overtime charges should unexpected service calls be required
    • 10% discount on any repair needed
    • Priority scheduling for trouble calls
    • Automatic program renewals
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Whats Included in an Air Rescue Tune-up?

Our energy savings visits include a comprehensive list of services designed to keep your home or business HVAC system running efficiently. While the steps required vary a bit based on the type of equipment you own, these are typical steps for your tune-up:

  • Indoor Equipment:

    • Check filters. Clean or replace air filters as needed.
    • Indoor Air Quality equipment: inspect and maintain and IAQ equipment and verify proper operation.
    • Condensate drains: check condensate drains to ensure they are clear. Verify proper operation of any condensate pumps.
    • Inspect indoor coil and clean if necessary
    • Inspect visible air duct system. Verify proper support and ensure that ductwork is properly sealed and insulated.
    • Inspect the blower motor and blower wheel. Clean and lubricate as required.
    • Inspect thermostats. Change any indoor thermostat batteries if necessary.
    • For gas furnaces:
      • Inspect the heat exchanger
      • Inspect the burners and clean if necessary
      • Check venting system
  • Outdoor Condenser:

    • Check outdoor unit coil and clean if necessary.
    • Inspect outdoor disconnect
    • Inspect outdoor controls including contactor, capacitor, and defrost control and reversing valve (for heat pump systems.)
  • Run Testing: Start up you system and operate for several minutes in both heating and cooling mode:

    • In cooling:
      • Test temperature drop across the indoor coil.
      • Measure amperage draw of indoor blower and outdoor unit
    • In heating:
      • Verify proper furnace ignition and start-up
      • Test temperature rise across furnace heat exchanger
      • Verify operation of any IAQ equipment like humidifiers or air purifying systems.
  • Clean-up and Reporting

    • Clean-up our work area completely and remove any used filters or parts
    • Provide and complete inspection report. Include details of any areas of concern and recommendation for system updates.

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