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ANNUAL INSPECTION PLAN: [Once or Twice a Year]

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PM #1: PM #2:
Residential Heat Pump, Gas Furnace, or A/C $145.00 $75.00
Commercial Heat Pump, Gas Furnace, Rooftops or A/C Starting from $35.90 - 49.68 a ton (call for details)

 

 

 

Residential Cooling Inspection:

 

Our Technicians Will Perform the Following Checks:  #1 PM & #2  PM only
  • Check freon charge
  • Check & clean air filters
  • Clean indoor coils
  • Clean outdoor coils
  • Tighten electrical connections
  • Check incoming voltage
  • Check & flush condensate drains
  • Clean condensate parts
  • Inspect contactor points
  • Inspect capacitors

 

  • Lubricate indoor fan motor
  • Lubricate outdoor fan motor
  • Check belt adjustment
  • Test safety controls
  • Check cooling efficiency
  • Check thermostat calibration
  • Check amperage of indoor motor
  • Check amperage of outdoor motor
  • Check amperage of compressor
  • Check temperature splits

 

 

Residential Heating & Cooling Inspection:

Our Technicians Will Perform the Following Checks:  #1 PM & #2  PM only
 

Heat Pumps:

  • Twice a Year Inspection

      Includes A/C Checkup (above)
      Plus Heating Checkup

  • Check Freon charge
  • Check & clean air filters
  • Clean indoor coils
  • Clean outdoor coils
  • Tighten electrical connections
  • Check incoming voltage
  • Check compressor & fan amps
  • Test defrost controls and sensors
  • Test lock-out controls
  • Check sensor calibrations
  • Check backup heat
  • Check overloads & safeties
  • Check & adjust thermostat

 

 

A/C with Gas Heat:

  • Twice a Year Inspection

      Includes A/C Checkup (above)

  • Heating Inspection for Gas Furnace
  • Check & clean air filters
  • Check blower wheel
  • Check & adjust belts
  • Check gas pressure
  • Check & clean burners
  • Check thermocouple
  • Check ignition controls
  • Check venting/flue piping
  • Check condensate drains
  • Check pressure switches
  • Check electronic controls
  • Check all safety controls
  • Check thermostat calibration

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

B.E., Inc.
Heating/Cooling/Heat Pump


61 Cleveland Street
Boston, Ma. 02136

(617) 361-0700


Routine Maintenance

To ensure peak performance, your heating or air conditioning system must be properly maintained. Clogged filters and blocked airflow prevent your unit from operating at its most efficient level.

Boston Environmental can help maintain your unit with prompt, courteous and professional service.

Before the start of each cooling season, the following air conditioning service checks should be performed by a qualified technician. As always, electrical power to the unit must be turned off prior to any unit maintenance.

  • The outdoor condenser coil and indoor evaporator coil should be inspected and cleaned. The outdoor condenser coil may be flushed with a water hose.

  • The refrigerant lines should be visually inspected and the coils should be checked for leaks.

  • Wiring should be checked for loose connections.

  • Voltage must be checked at the indoor and outdoor units (units operating).

  • The amp-draw at the condenser fan motor and indoor blower motor should be checked. Values should be compared with those given on unit nameplate.

  • Indoor unit filters should be cleaned or replaced.

  • The refrigerant charge should be checked and system pressures should be gauged.

  • The condensate drain line should be checked for free and unobstructed flow and it should be cleaned, if necessary.

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