maintenance agreement pdf - miron heating and cooling


Miron Heating & Cooling agrees to provide two pre¬ scheduled maintenance visits for your cooling or heating systems. The visits would take place in the spring and in the fall depending on the weather conditions.


• Inspecting the unit’s refrigerant level and adjusting it once per season at no additional charge except the price of refrigerant if the need arises
• Removing dirt, leaves and debris from inside of the cabinet
• Inspecting base pan for restricted drain openings and removing obstructions if necessary
• Inspecting coil and cabinet – cleaning it if needed (chemical cleaning is to be quoted on an as needed basis)
• Inspecting for gas leaks in gas furnaces
• Inspecting burner assembly—cleaning and adjusting as necessary
• Inspecting ignition system and safety controls—cleaning and adjusting as needed
• Inspecting and cleaning blower assembly (includes blower housing, blower wheel and motor)
• Checking and cleaning HRV ventilator filters during each visit
• Checking and cleaning radiant floor boiler once a year
• On older models, lubricating motor and inspecting and replacing fan belt if required
• Inspecting fan motor and fan blades for wear and damage – use lubricate on older models as needed
• Inspecting control box, wiring, connections and associated controls/accessories. Controls may include circuit boards, relays, contactors, capacitors. All electrical parts and control boxes should be checked for wear or damage.
• Inspecting compressor and associated tubing for damage
• Inspecting evaporator coil, drain pan and condensate drain lines. Cleaning when needed
• Inspecting flue system—checking for proper attachment to the furnace, any dislocated sections, and for signs of corrosion.
• Cleaning or replacing air filters
• Changing humidifier pads once per year
• Thermostat check¬ing and recording actual setting, securing mounting and proper location for good sensing
• Replacing two Honeywell mechanical air filters during each visit


• Monitoring system starting characteristics and capabilities
• Listening for abnormal noises and sounds
• Measuring suction and discharge system pressures
• Monitoring air conditioning and heat pump systems for correct refrigerant charge
• Measuring outdoor dry bulb temperatures
• Measuring indoor dry and wet bulb temperatures
• Monitoring gas furnace for correct line and manifold gas pressure—making adjustments as needed
• Measuring temperature rises and adjust airflow as needed
• Checking the vent system for proper operations
• Monitoring system for correct line and load volts/amps
• Monitoring system operating according to manufacturer’s specifications
• Providing system operation report and recommending repairs or replacements as necessary

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