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Enjoy the peace of mind of an Energy Savings Agreement

You want your home to be safe and comfortable for your family. No matter what kind of heating, ventilation or air conditioning system you have, you can save money, save energy, increase comfort and air quality by properly maintaining these systems.

What is an Energy Savings Agreement?

The Energy Savings Agreement is a regularly scheduled maintenance on your homes heating and air conditioning system. Maintaining your system and changing your filters regularly will help keep your system running at optimal performance. Our qualified service technicians will come out once or twice yearly to inspect your heating/cooling system.

What are the benefits of an Energy Savings Agreement?

  1. 15% discount on all parts and repairs
  2. Full system maintenance once or twice yearly
  3. Priority service

Hood Canal Heating & Cooling, Inc. is dedicated to providing expert services designed to keep your heating and cooling systems running at peak efficiency. Join our ESA team today!

Basic Cooling or Heating Maintenance Includes:

  • Visually inspect and test capacitors for leakage and rust
  • Inspect readily accessible ducts for obvious air leaks
  • Complete operations sequence check
  • Check crankcase heater for proper operation
  • Inspection of air filtration system
  • Inspect blower wheel
  • Inspect blower motor and record amp draw (lubricate as needed)
  • Replacement of filter provided by customer at time of inspection
  • Inspect unit wiring and electrical disconnect
  • Check and calibrate thermostat as required

Cooling Maintenance Includes:

  • Tighten screw lug terminals in condensing unit
  • Inspect contractor for pits or burns
  • Check and record amp draw of condenser motor and compressor
  • Inspect fan blade for cracks of defects
  • Check condenser motor bearings, lubricate non–sealed condenser motor
  • Inspect indoor coil if accessible
  • Inspect and condensate drain pans and drains for proper operation
  • Check and record operating pressures and temperatures
  • Inspect and clean outdoor unit (does not include use of detergent)
  • Check refrigerant level (when outside temp >60 degrees F)
  • Inspect cooling system for unusual vibration or loose parts
  • Inspect and flush condensate lines and check condensate pump operation
  • Check evaporator for adequate airflow
  • Lubricate furnace/boiler blower or air handler
  • Check overall operation of system

Heating Maintenance Includes:

  • Inspect gas lines and connections at furnace/boiler for leaks
  • Check high limit control (adjust as needed)
  • Inspect burner ignition system and assembly
  • Inspect gas burners
  • Check and adjust manifold gas pressure
  • Check temperature rise across heat exchanger for overheating
  • Inspect heat exchanger for sooting, corrosion, cracks and deformities
  • Inspect gas valve for corrosion, leaks, restriction of gas flow and abnormalities
  • Inspect furnace/boiler wiring assembly for loose connections
  • Inspect flue and venting for obstructions and leaks
  • Check (1) electrical circuit to furnace/boiler. Test all electrical/safety
  • Inspect entire furnace/boiler for loose or worn parts and abnormal vibrations
  • Test and adjust the unit for peak operation efficiency
  • Check carbon monoxide emission level for pass/fail
  • Check defrost cycle and reversing valve operation (heat pumps only)
  • Tighten screw lug terminals in condensing unit (heat pumps only)
  • Check refrigerant level (heat pumps only)
  • Check emergency heat systems for proper operation (heat pumps only)

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Testimonials

"I just wanted to let you know I appreciated the service on my air conditioning condensate system. Anyway, appreciated the good service and your knowledgeable technician and hope you'll pass this email on to him."
- Mike Lawson

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