Maintenance

Absolute Mechanical Systems, LLC offers annual HVAC maintenance agreements for residential customers in Central Connecticut.  With our maintenance, our technician will inspect the AC unit every Spring and the heating system each Fall to ensure the systems are ready for use and working at peak efficiency.  Our maintenance plan will increase the efficiency of the HVAC system, saving you money on your utility costs.

Benefits of Having a Service Agreement:
•Maximize efficiency and minimize the operation of your heating and air conditioning equipment.
•10% discount on your Preventive Maintenance Inspection(s) and service.
•Service contract customers will receive our priority scheduling.
•Preferred customer rates apply on any repair associated with the listed equipment.
•Emergency services available 24 hours 7 days a week.
•Same day replacements on all parts; excluding custom parts.
•Automatic renewal of customer service agreement..

Heating Maintenance Agreements Include:
•Clean and/or change standard air filters.
•Check blower components -clean at a discounted rate if necessary.
•Grease all moving parts (where applicable).
•Check and tighten all loose electrical connections.
•Check heating cycles.
•Inspect heat exchanger and burners – vacuum and /or adjust as necessary.
•Correct gas pressure as necessary.
•Inspect pilot operation – adjust as necessary.
•Check flue draft for safe operation.
•Inspect and test safety controls.
•Regulate blower speed for proper air flow.
•Check thermostat operations.
•Check for cracked heat exchanger.
•Offer a list of recommendations if necessary.

Cooling Maintenance Agreements Include:ac_unit_install_southington_ct
•Clean or change standard air filters.
•Examine inside cooling coil – clean at discounted rate if necessary.
•Check condenser coil and perform light cleaning if necessary. Any heavy cleaning (with chemicals) will be charged at a reduced rate.
•Check drains, clean and test. We do not warranty condensate leaks.
•Check blower components -clean at a discounted rate if necessary.
•Grease all moving parts (where applicable).
•Check and tighten all loose electrical connections.
•Check A/C operating pressures for proper refrigerant charge.
•Monitor voltage and amperage draw on all motors.
•Check A/C and heating cycles.
•Inspect and test safety controls
•Regulate air flow for proper temperature rise.
•Check thermostat operations.
•Remove waste from inside condensing unit.
•Offer a list of recommendations if necessary