Maintenance Membership

Unlock Year-Round Comfort with Our HVAC Maintenance Membership


Equipment Maintenance

Routine Seasonal Maintenance reduces risk of costly repairs, improves comfort and reliability as well as increases efficiency and performance of your home’s equipment. Maintenance helps keep your air healthy and lowers utility costs. Most manufacturers require routine maintenance in order to validate any warranties. Our team is committed to ensuring you receive the most thorough, professional service with focus on your home comfort and provides money-saving Maintenance Membership.


Your Maintenance Membership includes:

  • In depth Seasonal Maintenance specific to your Equipment
  • Priority Service
  • 24/7 Emergency Services
  • Discounted Dispatch Fee of $79
  • 20% savings on service repairs
  • Customizable plan per equipment with option to add on equipment at any time
  • Options 1 visit / year or 2 visits / year
  • Appointment Reminders
  • Includes standard 1″ Merv8 filter
  • Discounts on new equipment installation
  • Automatic Renewal Membership with option to cancel at anytime
  • Payment options of Annual, Bi-Annual and Monthly
  • Customer Portal

What Exactly Happens at Your Appointments?

With our Maintenance Membership, you can ensure optimal performance and longevity for your HVAC system by adhering to our comprehensive equipment check points.

Skip Ahead:

Air Conditioner
(1 visit/year)

  • Check Thermostat and change batteries
  • Cycle cooling system on and listen for operation
  • Check operation at Furnace
  • Take temperature drop across evaporator coil
  • Verify TXV bulb installation and insulation
  • Turn system off at furnace
  • Check filter and change if needed
  • Inspect evaporator coil and clean (additional cost if needed)
  • Inspect condensing coil for leaks
  • Check service and disconnect and main breaker
  • Pull disconnect
  • Inspect contactor
  • Check dual capacitor microfarads
  • Check compressor winds
  • Spin condenser fan
  • Inspect fan blade and any leaking oil on motor
  • Gauge up condenser
  • Hook up amp meter, temperature probes, and voltmeter
  • Cycle system on
  • Take the following pressure readings: Head pressure static // Suction pressure static // superheat // subcool // LRA // RLA // Voltage drop across contractor // Fan amperage // Temperature drop supply/return // static pressure
  • Cycle system off
  • Clean condensing coil with water (chemicals additional, if needed)

(1 visit/year)

  • Inspect and do a general wipe down of blower assembly. Recommend deep clean if needed.
  • On older models, lubricate motor and inspect and replace fan belt if needed
  • Check combustion blower housing for lint and debris and clean as necessary
  • Inspect evaporator coil, drain pan and condensate drain lines. Recommend deep cleaning if needed.
  • Inspect for gas leaks in gas furnaces
  • Inspect burner assembly—clean and adjust as needed
  • Inspect ignition system and safety controls—clean and adjust as needed
  • Visually inspect heat exchanger or heating elements
  • Inspect flue system—check for proper attachment to the furnace, any dislocated sections and signs of corrosion
  • Clean or replace air filters—standard filters are included in the plan. Special filters are additional cost
  • Inspect conditioned air flow system (ductwork) –check for leaks

Mini Split
(1 or 2 visits/year)

  • Clean filters with water
  • Clean or blow out blower fan
  • Check vane swing , if applicable
  • Remove and Clean IAQ components, if applicable
  • Clean with micro evaporator cleaner
  • Inspect and clean evaporator coil (additional cost, if needed)
  • Clean condenser coil
  • Tighten and inspect wirings
  • Inspect refrigerant lines
  • Inspect insulation
  • Check and cycle controls
  • Change batteries in thermostat, if applicable
  • Take temperature reading and record

(1 visit/year)

  • Check and clean / replace electrostatic filter OR HEPA filter
  • Clean fan and core , if needed
  • Check fan amperage draw

Water Heater

  • Check PRV for leaks
  • Measure cold water pressure
  • Check expansion tank and adjust if needed
  • Adjust pressure to proper setting
  • Check incoming water line and outgoing lines for leaks
  • Inspect T&P Valve cycle operation, if does not stop leaking replacement is needed (additional cost to replace is needed)
  • Flush tank to remove any sediment
  • Check for gas leaks incoming to tank and outgoing
  • Check gas pressure and adjust if needed
  • Shut gas to heater and remove and clean burner and pilot assembly
  • Reinstall assembly with new gas flex
  • Cycle and adjust settings and check for leaks
  • Inspect Draftd

Tankless Water Heater
(1 visit/year)

  • Check incoming water and clean screen
  • Check PRV for leaks
  • Inspect expansion tank or valve
  • Clean burner assemble and pilot assembly
  • Inspect heat exchanger
  • Flush heat exchanger with vinegar solution (@ 20min to remove lime and scale deposits)
  • Inspect venting and termination
  • Inspect T&P Valve cycle operation, if does not stop leaking replacement is needed (additional cost to replace is needed)
  • Perform combustion analysis if needed
  • Adjust gas pressure if needed for proper combustion
  • Cycle and adjust settings and check for leaks

(2 visits/year)

  • Clean Air Coil if Necessary
  • Check Ground Loop Pressure and Temperatures
  • Check Refrigerant Charge
  • Check All Line and Low Voltage Connections
  • Check Blower Operation and Clean Blower Wheel if Necessary
  • Check and Clean Condensate Lines
  • Clean Heat Recovery Ventilator Core and Filters
  • Check System Electronic Controls
  • Check and Record Operating Conditions
  • Clean Filter or Replace Standard Filter
  • Check for Proper Operation (After being Cleaned & Inspected)

Steam Humidifier
(1 visit/year)

  • Turn off power and inspect breaker to humidifier
  • Check water feed line and tighten
  • Check condensate drain line
  • Check condensate pump and add bleach
  • Inspect Solenoid valve and tighten connections)
  • Inspect drain pump and clean screen
  • Tighten lugs to humidifier
  • Remove canister and inspect
  • Replace canister, if needed
  • Reinstall canister and tighten connections to canister
  • Inspect steam hose and tighten clamps
  • Power system on, check humidistat and connections
  • Check System Operations

Power and Bypass Humidifier
(2 visits/year)

  • Turn power off
  • Inspect low voltage and tighten connection
  • Inspect and tighten hi-voltage connection, if applicable
  • Inspect water line from shut off to humidifier and tighten connections
  • Open humidifier panel and inspect solenoid
  • Tighten water feed line and inspect line itself
  • Remove water panel paint side up
  • Reinstall water panel tray and water feed tube
  • Check drain line and spud
  • Clear drain line
  • Inspect condensate pump, if applicable
  • Clear pump of bacteria
  • Cycle humidifier on
  • Check operation
  • Check for leaks , fix if present

Cast Iron Boiler
(1 visit/year)

  • Check thermostats and tighten wiring and change batteries, if applicable
  • Check zone valves wiring and are in open position
  • Check all low voltage to boiler and top boiler control
  • Check flame pattern and pump operation
  • Check incoming and outgoing voltage from boiler control
  • Take delta T from supply and return
  • Check pressure in system
  • Shut Boiler down
  • Clean burners, pilot assembly, orifices and inspect heat exchanger for leaks and reinstall
  • Check Flue and air inlet are in good condition and sealed tight
  • Check hi-voltage to boiler and tighten connections
  • Check PRV and clean backflow, clean screens , if applicable
  • Check boiler pumps and tighten wiring, oil if applicable
  • Drain boiler at drain to remove sediment build up install restore, if applicable
  • Check expansion tanks and air vents
  • Check for any leaks in the system
  • Cycle on boiler and recheck for operation and leaks
  • Bleed radiators , if applicable
  • Check for CO
  • Check for proper operations

High Efficiency Boiler
(1 visit/year)

Same as Boiler with BELOW

  • Check heat exchanger (if gasket or gasket cleaning is needed, additional cost)
  • Check vent terminations – take combustion analysis
  • Check condensate drain and neutralizer (if extra is needed, additional cost)
  • Check controls and fault codes if any, and reset

Join our Maintenance Service Plan

Enjoy peace of mind with regular maintenance services for each HVAC system, ensuring optimal performance and efficiency. Join today for a money-saving plan and worry-free, comfortable home all year round.

For details, please contact Blue Valley Heating and Cooling. Call us at 1 (303) 993-2645 or book an appointment.


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