AC Maintenance Contracts
Protect your air conditioning units with year round maintenance and repair with a Grimes service contract.
- Financing Options with approved creditBuy Today, Pay Over Time
- Up to $1,000 Trade AllowanceReliable Home Comfort Just Got More Manageable with Special Financing with approved credit and Trade-In of up to $1,000 on your existing unit
- $85 AC Tune Up SpecialGet your AC ready for the hot summer months. Get a cooler home and lower summer electric bills when your AC runs as it should.
- $150 New AC Unit RebateBuying a new air conditioning system is a big decision and investment. Purchasing an energy-efficient air conditioning unit will help you realize significant savings year after year..
Having a preventative maintenance plan for your home or office air conditioning unit(s) is the most cost effective way to keep your system in proper operating condition. In addition to changing your filters monthly, a bi-annual maintenance plan will assist you in maintaining the components not seen by the untrained eye.
A maintenance plan can help; reduce the amount of service calls, keep the system running at optimal performance, conserve energy and increase your indoor air quality.
Service contracts start at $129/yr. and come with at least 2 service calls and visits each year.
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- Check general condition of equipment
- Provide all necessary lubrication of system
- Check evaporator & condenser coil for deterioration & dirt, coil cleaning NOT included
- Check motors and all moving parts, oil if necessary
- Clean out condensate lines
- Check all electrical connections
- Check and calibrate thermostats
- Check ampere draw to assure proper operations
- Check refrigerant level and pressure, refrigerant NOT included
- Check operation of all safety devices
- Checking or changing filters, filters NOT included
- Advise owners of major repairs or replacements necessary
- Ten (10%) percent discount on parts and labor
- Prompt priority service, per availability
- No overtime charges for emergency services