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Residential & Commercial HVAC Maintenance for Coral Gables, Weston, Coral Springs & More!
Are you a homeowner who needs residential HVAC maintenance? Or perhaps you’re a small business owner who requires commercial HVAC maintenance. Cool Running Air offers the preventive maintenance services you need to keep your residential or commercial HVAC system humming without a hitch. We serve Boca Raton, Coral Gables, Coral Springs, Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood, Islamorada, Key Largo, Miami Beach, Miami, Palm Beach, Pompano Beach, Wellington, Weston and the surrounding communities in South Florida.
Trust Cool Running Air to Care for Your HVAC System
When customers require preventive commercial or residential HVAC maintenance services in South Florida, they turn to Cool Running Air. That’s because we’re trustworthy, reliable and perform quality work. We’re a family-owned business with decades of combined mechanical experience in the industry, and we’ll exceed your expectations.
Residential and Commercial HVAC Maintenance
Our preventive HVAC maintenance agreement includes two services in one year. You’ll receive filter replacements and a 15% discount on repairs and accessories. We’re happy to extend our maintenance agreement to both residential and commercial customers. Remember that we also offer the following warranties:
- 12-year manufacturer warranty for Diamond contractors for Mitsubishi products.
- 10-year manufacturer warranty on traditional split systems and packages units for residential customers and a 5-year manufacturer warranty for commercial customers.
- Lifetime manufacturer warranty on Amana Compressor and 5 years on parts.
- All installations include a 1-year labor warranty from Cool Running Air.
What Our HVAC Maintenance Agreement Includes
Here what one of our experienced and friendly AC technicians can do:
- Inspect for proper refrigerant level and if necessary, add refrigerant at no charge up to ½ lb.
- Inspect inside cabinet for dirt, leaves and debris and if necessary, clean same.
- Inspect base pan for restricted drain opening and if necessary, remove obstructions.
- Inspect coil and cabinet. Any maintenance, repairs or replacement will be at an additional charge.
- Inspect fan motor and blades for wear and damage, on older models lubricate as needed. Any repairs or replacement will be at an additional charge.
- Inspect control box, associated controls/accessories, wiring and connections. Controls may include contactors, relays, circuit boards, capacitors and other accessories. All control box and electrical parts should be checked for wear damages. Any repairs or replacements will be at an additional charge.
- Inspect compressor and associated tubing for damage. Any Repairs or replacements will be at an additional charge.
- Inspect the blower assembly (includes blower housing, blower wheel and motor). Any repairs or replacements will be an additional charge.
- On the older models, lubricate motor and inspect fan belt. Any repairs or replacements will be an additional charge.
- Inspect blower housing for lint and debris, clean if necessary.
- Inspect evaporator coil, drain pan and condense drain lines. If necessary, clean drain pan and condensation drain lines. Evaporator coil cleaning if needed will be at an additional charge.
- Inspect heat exchanger or heating elements. Any repairs or replacements will be at an additional charge.
- Inspect control box, associated controls, wiring and connections. Any repairs and replacements will be at an additional charge.
- Clean or replace customer’s air filters if included in the contract as noted on Maintenance Agreement. If not included in maintenance agreement replacement will be an extra charge.
- Inspect conditioned airflow system (ductwork) – check for visible leaks. Any repairs or replacements will be at an additional charge.
While Your HVAC System is Operating
- Monitor system starting characteristics and capabilities.
- Listen for abnormal noise.
- Search for source of unusual odors.
- Monitor air conditioning system for correct refrigerant charge.
- Measure outdoor by bulb temperature.
- Measure indoor dry and wet bulb temperature.
- Measure high and low side system pressures.
- Measure temperature rises and adjust airflow as needed.
- Check vent system for proper operation.
- Monitor system for correct line and load volts/amps.
- Monitor system operation per manufacture’s specification.
- Provide system operation report and recommend repairs or replacement as necessary.
Note: Any repairs or replacements due to checks, inspections or tests will be at an additional charge unless otherwise noted above.