Congratulations on taking a proactive approach to caring for your equipment. Nothing extends the life of your products, increases the efficiency of your system (and therefor saves you money) all while giving you a peace of mind, more than proper preventative maintenance. Review this page and fill out the form below to begin your coverage.

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Yearly Maintenance Plan Includes:

One precision tune-up, professional cleaning and filter change, and rejuvenation of your air conditioning system PLUS one safety check annually (early spring/summer- done on same visit)

AND/OR:

One precision tune-up, professional cleaning and filter change, and rejuvenation of your heating system PLUS one safety check annually (early fall/winter- done on same visit)

Plus receive:

  • A discount of 25% on any parts needed for repairs
  • Reduced after hours service rates – discounts starting at $195 to $99 for the dispatch fee, and $149 to $99 for the hourly labor rate (rates are based on location, minimum 1 hour labor charged)
  • A complimentary indoor air quality test
  • Convenient appointment reminders/notifications
Benefits of Simons's Plan
  • No money is owed up front or at time of service for this annual maintenance. A convenient monthly charge is applied automatically to your card on file. Any additional work performed is chargable and due at time of service.
  • Annual cleaning and servicing can double the life of your HVAC system
  • Regular maintenance increases the efficiency and efficacy of your system, saving energy and money
  • Savings on utility bills will pay for the annual service, and potentially more!
AC Tune-Up Details
  • Clean the condenser fan
  • Clean the condenser coils and fins
  • Service the filter and change if needed
  • Check various parts such as fuses, breakers, and the thermostat to verify they are working properly
  • Check to assure all the connections are in place and the system is ready to operate
  • Start up and test the system after the inspection & cleaning before leaving
Furnace Tune-Up Details
  • Clean and check all safeties
  • Get ohm readings on the hot surface ignitor and flame sensor
  • Check all electrical components and amp draws, check gas pressures and temperature rise
  • Thoroughly clean and dust the unit, including replacing the filter with a new one
  • Start up and test the system after the inspection & cleaning before leaving to make sure it is all running properly
Boiler Tune-Up Details
  • Clean and check all safeties
  • Get ohm readings on the hot surface ignitor and flame sensor
  • Check all electrical components and amp draws, check gas pressures and temperature rise
  • Start up and test the system after the inspection & cleaning before leaving to make sure it is all running properly
Mini Split Tune-Up Details

Airflow: Air-source heat pumps require free airflow to the indoor and outdoor heat-exchange coils. The air filter inside the indoor air-handling unit (AHU) is removed and cleaned and outdoor cabinet is inspected for airflow obstructions.

Cleaning: The coils are deep-cleaned to remove debris and contaminants, and to help prevent mold and mildew growth.

Refrigerant: The refrigerant lines, coils and flare connections are inspected for leakage.

Drainage: Drain lines are flushed to prevent water leaks and damage and treated to clear and inhibit algae and mold growth.

Electrical Contacts: Wiring and contacts are inspected for wear. Poor wiring and electronics can cause ice to form on the coils.

Compression: mini splits utilize digital inverter-driven compressors, electronic expansion valves (EEV), and sophisticated sensors to prepare, regulate and monitor super-heating of high-efficiency refrigerant. Only a trained and skilled technician should inspect and test these components.

Oil Furnace/Boiler Tune-Up
  • Check over-all condition of furnace or boiler
  • Remove & clean flue pipe & base of chimney
  • Seal any clean-out doors
  • Service oil burner & clean exchanger
  • Replace nozzle
  • Clean & inspect electrodes for cracks & wear
  • Replace oil filter & gasket; oil gasket with lubricating oil
  • Clean & inspect cad cell, burner fan, fuel pump & motor
  • Check all wiring & tighten all connections
  • Check pump pressure and vacuum readings
  • Check safety controls, limits, CO2 overfire, etc
  • Perform combustion efficiency test
  • For boiler systems, check all pumps, valves, & controls for correct function
  • Check fuel level in oil tank & advise customer if low






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