Comfort Care

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Think about how you take care of your car. Sure, most people handle the little stuff, like checking and topping off fluids, keeping tires inflated to the correct pressure, changing the wiper blades. But, to keep your car operating at its best, you need an occasional precision tune-up from a trained professional.

Your heating and cooling system is no different. Regular maintenance will extend the life of your HVAC system and reduce the number of emergency calls you need to make. Because of this, we offer planned maintenance for both residential and commercial accounts.

Heating and cooling systems have a way of breaking down when the weather is at its worst – on the coldest day of a frigid winter, or during a sizzling summer heat wave. Times when your comfort system must work the hardest, and when you need it most. Plus, if your systems are older or you skip regular maintenance, your chances of having a breakdown increase dramatically. A WELDON’S Heating & Air Planned Maintenance Program helps avoid breakdowns plus it protects and prolongs the life of your equipment. As a Weldon’s service agreement customer you always receive priority service!

This is exactly why we developed our Preventive Maintenance service plans. Even small problems with your heating and/or cooling system can take big bites out of your budget. When you have the protection of one of our service plans, there’s a lot less to worry about.

Benefits of Our Maintenance Plan

  • Helps Protect Manufacturer Warranties
  • Improved Efficiency
  • Extended Equipment Life
  • Improved Safety
  • Improved Capacity
  • 10% Discount on All Repair Services
  • Priority Customer Status
  • Reduced Utility and Repair Costs


Not changing your filters may cause damage to your furnace and central air. When your furnace is running with a dirty and clogged furnace filter, it restricts the air flow across the heat exchanger, so it overheats and eventually cracks. During the summer a dirty furnace filter can cause the A/C compressor to burn out.

To maintain what we call home wellness, and protect your investment, WELDON’S Heating & Air offers the Planned Service Agreement. Our experience confirms that servicing your heating and air conditioning equipment on a regular basis is the best way to protect your investment. Our maintenance plan helps you avoid unexpected repair bills, reduced operating costs and maintain the highest efficiency from your heating and cooling system. Precision tune-ups are performed by our expert technicians.

We retain comprehensive records of your system’s operation. At your convenience, we’ll send one of our technicians to your home or business to perform a comprehensive inspection.

Maintenance Check List


  • Cycle Heating “On”
  • Inspect thermostat connections, calibration, and heat
  • anticipator setting
  • Test igniter operation
  • Test pilot safety
  • Inspect main burners
  • and ignition sequence
  • Inspect drop out time of thermocouple
  • check pilot assembly
  • check main burners
  • Test and Adjust Main Gas Pressure
  • Check and Adjust Temperature Rise
  • Monitor flue draft for safe operation
  • inspect heat exchanger
  • inspect burner compartment
  • Inspect blower and inducer motor bearings
  • Inspect blower wheel
  • Clean motor and oil if required
  • Check flame sensing rod
  • Inspect all furnace safeties
  • Perform Carbon Monoxide
  • readings on furnace and water heater
  • clean or Replace standard air filter
  • Cycle heating “Off”

Air Conditioner

  • Cycle cooling “On”
  • Inspect thermostat connections and calibration
  • Oil condenser motor if required
  • Remove debris from condensing unit
  • Inspect condenser fan motor and bearings
  • Inspect condenser coil
  • Monitor air conditioner operating
  • pressures for proper refrigerant
  • Inspect and tighten all loose electrical connections
  • Test voltage and amperage & compare with manufacturer’s specifications
  • Inspect inside cooling coil
  • Measure cooling capacity
  • inspect furnace Blower Wheel
  • Inspect primary and secondary drains
  • Clean and test condensate drains
  • Check Temperature of Air
  • Clean or Replace standard air filter
  • Adjust air flow for proper temperature
  • Cycle cooling “Off”


  • Check Water Heater
  • Check Water Heater Burners
  • Check Dip Tube For deterioration
  • Check Water Heater Relief Valve
  • Test pilot safety
  • Test and Adjust Main Gas Pressure
  • Monitor flue draft for safe operation
  • Check and Test Sump and Ejector Pumps
  • Check All Emergency Water Shut Offs
  • Check All Emergency Gas Shut Offs
  • Check Home Piping Compatibility
  • Check water pressure
  • Check all plumbing fixtures
  • Check dryer vent
  • Check hood vent & clean filter
  • Clean refrigerator coil
  • Change batteries on smoke and carbon monoxide detectors
    (Up to 3 batteries)

Equipment manufacturers highly recommend routine maintenance to keep warranties in effect.

  • Your heating and cooling system will work better, last longer and operate more efficiently.

  • You’ll save money on your utility costs and you’ll promote a safer environment for your family.

  • You’ll experience the “Peace of Mind” knowing that your home, your family, and your budget have now all been protected.