Split System (Combo) Tune-up


Maintain indoor and outdoor equipment to ensure optimal performance

Your heat pump or air conditioner are connected to a furnace or air handler inside your home. With one price and one visit, maintain both for great system performance.

Our NATE certified, factory trained employees deliver expert heating maintenance services in thousands of homes each year, and would be proud to work in yours.

Split hvac System tune-up seattle

Easy scheduling

1. Purchase online

Simply add the item to your cart and purchase through our safe and secure site.

2. We’ll call you to schedule a service date

We find a time to come out that’s most convenient for you.

Included in tune-up

Your furnace inspection includes:

Our inspection is a comprehensive look at your system. Among our 37 check points, we’ll check:

  • remove and clean flame sensor, burners, pressure port, condensate drain system
  • inspect heat exchangers
  • check/adjust inlet gas pressure, outlet low-fire gas pressure, hi-fire gas pressure
  • inspect blower wheel, test blower motor capacitor
  • Record delta T, measure air static
  • check for CO and CO2
  • tighten all electrical connections
  • check continuous fan switch
  • inspect flue for corrosion/leaks
  • replace batteries as needed in thermostat
  • inspect condition of ductwork
  • replace/clean filter. (1″ filter included. Larger replacements are an additional fee)

Your A/C or heat pump inspection includes:

Our inspection is a comprehensive look at your system. We’ll check:

  • Tighten electrical connections, check line and control voltage
  • Inspect disconnect, condition of outdoor coil, condition of indoor coil
  • Check airflow CFM
  • Inspect/clean condensate drain system, treat condensate collection tray, inspect condensate pump
  • Take outdoor fan amp draw
  • Inspect contactor, relay, herm capacitor, fan capacitor, start capacitor
  • Record indoor dry bulb temp record indoor wet bulb temp
  • Measure suction pressure & temp
  • Take applicable superheat/subcool reading
  • Verify crankcase heater installed
  • Record delta T
  • Straighten coil fins as needed
  • Visually inspect for refrigerant leaks
  • Separate any copper tubing to prevent rubbing
  • Cycle system thru forced defrost
  • Check aux/emergency backup heat
  • Confirm operation of reversing valve
  • Clean outdoor cabinet and secure all panels
  • Verify lockout temp for compressor and for auxiliary heat

Gas leak and carbon monoxide check

Keep your system and your home safe.

Written checklist