United Air Conditioning "Comfort Program"
United Air Conditioning Comfort Program

We offer our low-cost “Comfort Program” Preventative Maintenance Program designed to keep you “Comfortable” year around!
What is included in our 30-Point “Comfort Club” Residential Preventative Maintenance Plan?

These are the benefits you will get when you belong to our “Comfort Program ” Maintenance Plan:
~ Preventative maintenance twice a year (we recommend Spring and Fall)
~ 10% off parts needed to repair your system
~ Guaranteed Service within 24 hours
~ VIP – front of the line Service
~ No overtime rates for after hours, weekends or Holidays!
~ Discounts on Air Quality and system upgrades
~ Fewer Breakdowns
~ Save 15-40% less energy - a well maintained system will use less energy than a neglected one!
~ Warranty – maintains your warranty per Manufacturer’s Warranty expectation
~ Peace of mind !! (Still trying to find mine!!)

All this for:
$120.00 per year for Residential “Split Systems” or $100.00 per year for Mobile Home “Package Units” (per system – discounts given for multiple systems)

We also offer “Pay as you Go” Preventative Maintenance Package which does not include the benefits of the "Comfort Program", for a single "Clean and Service" option as often as you would like.

“Comfort Program” is PERFECT for those that want to maintain their systems and keep them operating to Manufacturers Specifications – and why wouldn’t you want Spring and Fall Air Conditioning and Heating Tune ups, VIP service and discounts on all parts and upgrades.

Click here to sign up for our low-cost “Comfort Program”

"Comfort Program" Residential Maintenance Plan

         30-point tune-ups include:

  • Check compressor and condenser fan motor amps
  • Inspect contact points
  • Check system for proper refrigerant charge
  • Lubricate all moving parts, including bearings & motors
  • Check outdoor ambient temperature at condenser
  • Clean vegetation from outdoor unit, etc.
  • Check capacitor for proper capacitance
  • Inspect all electrical connections and wires
  • Check temperature splits across evaporator coil
  • Inspect all caps and valves for seals and proper snug fit
  • Controls & Safety Devices
  • Check defrost cycle to ensure system can de-ice
  • Check and adjust blower belt if applicable (New belts additional)
  • Check condenser level
  • Check reversing valve operation
    (ensuring the unit switches between summer and winter)
  • Check the Compressor Crankcase heater
    (ensuring the heater works on the off-cycle, keeping compressor warm)
  • Flush and vacuum drain line/pan and evaluate drainage
  • Inspect evaporator coil for cleanliness
  • Add algaecide treatment to condensate pan & lines
  • Visually inspect duct system
  • Check air flow
  • Check heat strip amps, circuit components & safety
  • Inspect blower wheel
  • Visually check for leaks at plenum
  • Check for excessive vibration
  • Check bearings for wear
  • Check filtration – change/ wash filters (customer supplies)
  • Check thermostat operation, mounting and calibration
  • Clean thermostat cover & wipe down equipment exterior
  • Written report of performance and recommendations