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Maintenance for your residential heating and cooling systems is one of the best investments you can make for your home. McDaniel Service, Inc can meet and exceed your HVAC maintenance needs in Springfield, VA with our Annual Maintenance & Inspection Agreement. Here are just a few of benefits of joining the agreement:

  • Greater AC and heater reliability with fewer breakdowns and repairs
  • Improved AC and heater efficiency, resulting in lower utility bills
  • Increased heating and cooling capacity
  • Longer equipment service life for the heater and AC
  • Priority service scheduling so you can jump to the front of the line
  • Discounts on parts, materials & labor on all HVAC and plumbing service repairs
  • Extended warranties on repair parts

Best of all is that maintenance gives you peace of mind that your heating and cooling equipment will keep your household comfortable when you need it.

Call today for more details about our Annual Maintenance & Inspection Agreement.

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Heating Inspection and Maintenance Procedures

  • Inspect main gas burners
  • Inspect ignition pilot assembly
  • Inspect heat exchanger & combustion chamber for cracks, rusting, and problem areas
  • Lubricate bearings and assemblies
  • Inspect flue assembly and test flue gas drafting mechanism
  • Inspect all furnace safety controls
  • Inspect blower motor, drive mechanism, fan assembly
  • Clean or replace customer-supplied air filter
  • Inspect thermocouple output and pilot safety switch
  • Measure and record electrical voltage, amperage, and component resistance
  • Inspect all system transformers, relays, contactors, and controls
  • Electronically test for harmful carbon monoxide gas
  • Inspect humidifier operation and set damper, humidistat, and valves if applicable

Cooling Inspection and Maintenance Procedures

  • Inspect condenser coil, evaporator coil, and drain pan.
  • Clean or replace customer-supplied air filter
  • Inspect and level condensing unit for proper motor and bearing wear
  • Lubricate motor bearings and other moving parts
  • Clean and inspect condensate drain lines
  • Clean, level, and test thermostat
  • Inspect blower motor, drive mechanism, fan assembly.
  • Inspect and tighten all accessible electrical connections
  • Inspect all accessible cooling system electrical wires, connectors, terminals
  • Measure and record starting and running amperes, line voltage, control voltage
  • Test system starting operations
  • Inspect safety controls, switches, relays, transformers, contactors, motors, and fans
  • Monitor refrigerant pressures and temperatures
  • Check and record superheat or subcooling

A Word From Our Customers

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John is very professional and also well mannered. He is here when my appointment is scheduled and goes right to work on doing the maintenance service. I...

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