When was the last time your HVAC equipment was inspected? Make sure you keep your HVAC systems running efficiently by calling Hawk Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc. for quality maintenance services! Through regular maintenance checks, your equipment is well prepared for our Texas weather.
“We have already referred them to friends and family.”- Cynthia K.
“Will definitely use them in the future.”- Tyrell E.
“I wish I could utilize them for ALL home improvement needs.”- Sherry H.
“They fixed the problem quickly.”- Jason D.
“They're timely, conscientious, fairly priced, and stand behind their work every time.”- Fred T.
“Thank you HAWK! 5 years later I still use HAWK.”- Vera W.
Long Lasting Equipment: A system that is properly maintained performs better and lasts longer. You recover your initial investment and gain extra years that add to the value of your home.
Energy Savings: A system that is kept in peak condition is more reliable and efficient. The value of the energy saved will in some cases exceed the cost of the scheduled inspection and fine tuning.
Our Maintenance Service Agreement provides bi-annual (Summer & Winter) checks on your systems at a moderate price. In many cases, an annual agreement costs LESS THAN ONE emergency call. Maintaining an annual agreement provides a 10% discount on all HVAC service calls *. We perform a 14-point inspection and put your system in peak operating condition. This plan covers the labor charge for both seasonal checks.
- -1st Residential System – $169.00 (Bi-Annual check, 10% discount on any plumbing & HVAC service*
*Does not apply to equipment replacements
- -2nd Residential System - $149.00
1. Check freon operating pressures
2. Lubricate all moving parts
3. Check condenser coils
4. Check evaporator coil
5. Check voltage to motors
6. Check all electrical connections
7. Check belts and adjust tension
8. Check air temperature drop
9. Change/Clean customer supplied air filters
10. Check thermostat operations
11. Check condensate drain
12. Clean area around condenser
1. Check and clean burners
2. Check burners for efficiency
3. Check pilot assembly
4. Check all safety “limit’ controls
5. Lubricate all moving parts
6. Check belts and adjust tension
7. Check flue venting system
8. Change/Clean customer supplied air filters
9. Check thermostat operations
10. Check electrical connections
11. Check humidifier operation
12. Clean area around furnace