Quality Air Conditioner MaintenanceDid you know that there is a national standard for the quality air conditioner maintenance? Developed by the Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA), the Quality Maintenance of Residential HVAC Systems is our standard of excellence. With over 100 years of combined technical experience, we created our exclusive 61-Point A/C Tune-Up & Inspection. We designed every aspect of our process to deliver the longest life and most reliable operation that you can expect from your air conditioner. Not only will our technician ensure that your system is operating properly now, but they’ll also help you predict and avoid problems that might crop up in the years to come.
Our Exclusive 61-Point A/C Tune-Up & InspectionOur 61-point a/c maintenance inspection was crafted to meet or exceed requirements of the quality maintenance specification every step of the way. Here is a summary of what you can expect when one of our highly trained air conditioning experts comes out to your home for your routine air conditioner maintenance:
- Inspect the system’s cabinet, fasteners and panels for defects.
- Inspect for require clearance around the unit.
- Inspect the electrical disconnect for proper operation and defects.
- Inspect electrical connections and wiring.
- Verify proper electrical grounding.
- Measure and record line voltage.
- Inspect and test contactors and relays.
- Inspect circuit board(s) for hot spots or other damage.
- Inspect and test motor capacitors.
- Monitor and record amp draw on motor(s) and compressor(s).
- Inspect accessible refrigerant lines, joints, components, and coils for oil leaks.
- Verify proper refrigerant levels.
- Inspect refrigerant line insulation.
- Inspect fan motor for free rotation and minimal end-play.
- Inspect fins on outdoor coil.
- Inspect condensate pans and drains for condition and proper operation.
- Verify proper airflow and temperature drop.
Schedule NowReady to receive truly quality air conditioner maintenance? Give us a call at (574)295-6844 or request service online.
Over the past weeks, many customers who call us have been surprised when we answer the phone. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard some form of the phrase, “I didn’t expect you to answer the phone,” or, “You’re the only company I’ve called that isn’t closed.” As a company that helps facilitate the health and safety of our customers, our technicians have been deemed essential critical infrastructure workers by the Department of Homeland Security and both Indiana and Michigan have identified our business as essential during the COVID-19 pandemic. Believe it or not, warm weather is going
Some of our customers are understandably concerned about the possibility of inadvertent transmission of contagions when technicians enter their homes and businesses. With that in mind, I wanted to share the safety protocols that we have in place to minimize this possibility: 15-Day PauseOn March 19, 2020, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the White House called for a 15-day pause. To this end, we have been postponing non-urgent appointments such as routine maintenance visits. If the CDC, state or local governments extend this period, we will follow suit. SchedulingWhen scheduling, our customer service representative will ask and note
We’ve gotten a number of phone calls this week from folks who were surprised to find us answering the phone. Because we help to maintain the safety, sanitation and essential operation of homes and businesses, the Department of Homeland Security has deemed our team as essential critical infrastructure workers. Read the memo from DHS here. Of course, we are taking precautions to protect you as well as our team. The folks from our office are working remotely. We are delaying routine system checks until more is known. Our technicians are following CDC guidelines. Rest assured, we are (still) here for
Church Plumbing & Heating, Inc. is taking measures to ensure we are protecting our team members, their families, and our customers to the greatest extent possible, while also balancing the need to continue to deliver our services to those who are relying on us to help them maintain the health, safety and comfort of their homes and businesses.
One morning as you are rinsing your coffee cup and getting ready to run out the door, you notice that you have a kitchen drain clog and that the sink has a little bit of water standing in it. Not that big of a deal, and you have to get to work. You’ll worry about it later. However, by that evening the kitchen sink is full of gross, smelly, dirty water and your well-orchestrated evening kitchen routine has ground to a halt. You can’t do dishes, you can’t cook, and you can’t even rinse an apple for a snack without