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Keep Your Family Safe and Comfortable with Routine Cleaning & Safety Inspections.

Heating Cleaning & Safety Inspection

Because your heating unit deals with natural gas, it is extremely important to have it inspected yearly by a trained eye for the safety of you and your family (Center for Disease Control). We recommend for a cleaning and safety inspection of your heating equipment to be performed during the fall. By conducting the cleaning and safety inspection in the fall, our technicians will be able to catch most issues before the unit is in continuous use. Preventative care will significantly decrease the odds that your household will be faced with a major breakdown or complete failure during the harsh Missouri winter.

*Routine inspections by a nationally certified technician are required to maintain most manufacturer warranties.

We service the following types of heating systems:

  1. Furnaces (Gas and Electric)
  2. Heat Pumps
  3. Geothermal Systems

Furnaces are the most common form of heating equipment. Throughout a cleaning and safety inspection of your furnace, our highly trained technicians will hit 18 key points. These points are as follows:

  1. Test Thermostat
  2. Inspect Filter
  3. Inspect Heat Exchanger
  4. Inspect Flue
  5. Test BlowerMotor Amps and Oil
  6. Inspect Blower Wheel
  7. Clean Burners
  8. Clean Pilot Assembly
  9. Test Flame Sensor
  10. Test Gas Pressure
  11. Inspect Fuel Lines
  12. Test Temp Rise
  13. Test Safeties
  14. Test Ignition Sequence
  15. Test Flue Draft
  16. Inspect and Clean Condensate Drain System
  17. Test InducerMotor and Oil
  18. Inspect Mechanical Area for Adequate Combustion Air

What is CarbonMonoxide (CO) Poisoning?

Carbon monoxide is an “odorless, colorless gas that can kill you” (Center for Disease Control). According to the Center for Disease Control, carbon monoxide poisoning can happen to anyone. Their records show that “each year, more than 400 Americans die from unintentional CO poisoning not linked to fires, more than 20,000 visit the emergency room, and more than 4,000 are hospitalized.” The Center for Disease Control recommends homeowners have a trained professional inspect their “heating system, water heater, and any other gas, oil, or coal burning appliances” every year. For a full list of ways to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning, visit the Center for Disease Control

Our technicians have CO detectors available for purchase.

Water Heater Cleaning & Safety Inspection

We are licensed to replace water heaters and our technicians can service and repair water heaters throughout our entire heating and cooling service area. Our technicians are full trained on both gas and electric water heaters. We do not service or repair tankless water heaters. When conducting a cleaning and safety inspection of your water heater, our technicians touch on eleven key points.

1.Test Flue Draft

2. Inspect Flue Pipe

3.Test Temperature-Pressure Relief

4.Test Water Pressure

5. Clean Burner/Screens

6.Clean Pilot Assembly

7. Inspect for Any Leaks (Visually)

8. Test Pilot Safety

9.Test Gas Pressure

10. Test Water Temperature

11. Inspect/Recommend Expansion Tank

Do you Have a Small Puddle of Water at the Base of your Water Tank?

First, try to find where the leak is coming from. If the leak appears to be coming from the bottom of the tank, and not anywhere from the top, it could mean that your water heater lining has been compromised. Unfortunately, the lining cannot be repaired, and replacement of your water heater will be necessary.

Cooling Cleaning & Safety Inspection

We recommend for a cleaning and safety inspection of your cooling equipment to be performed during the spring. Performing a cleaning and safety inspection before constant use of your cooling unit will significantly decrease the odds that your household will be faced with a major breakdown or complete failure during the humid Missouri summer. Our technicians will hit the following 14 key points during a cleaning and safety inspection of your air conditioner.

1.Test Thermostat

2. Inspect Filter

3. Inspect and Clean Condensate Drain System

4. Test Temperature Difference

5. Test IndoorMotor Amps

6. Inspect Blower Wheel

7. Inspect Blower Wheel

8. Inspect Flue Piping

9. TestMotor and Compressor Amps

10. Test Capacitors to Mfg. Specs

11. Test Contactor

12. Test Superheat/Sub Cooling

13. Inspect Disconnect

14. OilMotor if Applicable

R22/Freon Phase Out Notice

Do you have a R22-Freon unit? About 30 years ago, President Ronald Reagan signed a treaty that ordered the phasing out of R-22 (Freon). Coined the , MOntreal Protocol, the international treaty’s mission was to protect the Earth’s ozone layer. As part of the agreement, production of new air conditioning units utilizing Freon ended completely in 2010. In the same year, production of Freon, itself, was reduced by 75 percent. As of 2015, the reduction rate increased to 90 percent. By 2020, Freon will no longer be produced at all. Because of these limitations on production, the cost to charge existing units has gone up and is only expected to rise!

Common Repair Costs to Your R22/Freon Unit

  • Over $160.00/lb $183.00/lb for Freon (a typical unit can hold 4 – 10 lbs)
  • Over $250.00 for a leak search (repair of found leak not included)
  • Over $2,000 to replace a leaking evaporator or bad compressor

Reasons to Replace Your R22/Freon Unit

  • 10-year parts warranty
  • 0% interest financing plans with approved credit
  • Utility rebates up to $1,000 on qualifying forced air systems
  • Save money on your monthly energy bill
  • Avoid an untimely and expensive breakdown
  • New environmentally sound refrigerant
  • Peace of mind

Work Cited

“What is CarbonMonoxide?” Center for Disease Control, 21 March 2018,

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