Preventive Maintenance Plans

Ben Franklin’s advice, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure,” applies directly to your home’s Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) System. This ounce of prevention comes in the form of what we in the industry refer to as “Preventive Maintenance,” which helps provide you and your family with not only a comfortable and safe living environment but also peace of mind when extreme weather hits home.

Invest in a Maintenance Agreement

HVAC maintenance heating and air conditioning service are important, but it’s easy to forget about this service as seasonal activities fill your schedule. With our Comfort Care Maintenance Agreement, we can schedule your seasonal service to ensure that you don’t begin the heating or cooling seasons without your equipment being ready.

Comfort Care Maintenance Agreement

City Air Toronto offers a twice-yearly residential service program designed to help you maintain your home’s cooling and heating equipment while saving money. Your Comfort Care Maintenance Agreement will include:

  • A 10 percent discount on all parts and labor (excludes coil cleanings and new system equipment)
  • Priority response always
  • One fall inspection and one spring inspection for your cooling and heating system

Air Conditioning Maintenance

As system checkups are the backbone of the Comfort Care Maintenance Agreement, we recommend that you schedule preventive maintenance for your cooling system during the spring months so that your equipment can be inspected, cleaned, and adjusted before the weather heats up. Typical use during one summer can result in an efficiency decrease of approximately five percent. This is often due to the buildup of dirt on condenser coils, but other issues can crop up to compound that decrease inefficiency. Our technicians will check:

  • Filter (check only)
  • Refrigerant Levels
  • Voltage
  • Blowers
  • Blower Motor
  • Fan Motor
  • Condensate Drain
  • Contactor
  • Shaft Bearing
  • Capacitors
  • Thermostat
  • Amperage
  • Condenser Coil
  • Belts

If any parts are broken or worn out, our team will make the necessary recommendations and fixes that will bring your system back up to manufacturer specifications.

Heating Maintenance

The type of heating system in place will determine the steps needed to optimize your equipment. Although a heat pump is inspected in the spring for cooling performance, an additional tuneup is recommended during the winter months for heating functions. We also service furnaces, boilers, and other heating equipment. Your fall preventive maintenance checkup will include:

  • Heat Exchanger
  • Belts
  • Filter
  • Pilot
  • Blower
  • Burners
  • Flue Pipes
  • Heat Strips
  • Fan Control
  • Shaft Bearing
  • Limit Control
  • Furnace Wiring
  • Thermostat
  • Thermocouple
  • Blower Motor
  • Draft Diverter
  • Heat Anticipator
  • Safety Features

Because many residential fires during winter are caused by faulty heating equipment, a fall inspection is an important investment in your family’s safety and well-being.

In addition to our Comfort Care Maintenance Agreement, we offer a variety of other HVAC services for your indoor comfort needs.

  • Complete installation of heating and air conditioning systems including ductwork
  • Replacement of heating and air conditioning equipment
  • Duct cleaning
  • Air purifiers
  • Indoor air quality solutions
  • Factory warranty repairs
  • Filter changing programs
  • Maintenance agreements on multi-family residences

Preventive care is one of the best ways to be certain that your home comfort equipment offers the maximum in comfort levels, and regular inspections also limit the impact of seasonal heating and cooling on your household budget. Call us today at 416-230-3689 to learn more about service agreements for your home in the GTA Ontario