Precision Tune-Up in Sisters, Oregon
At Ponderosa Heating & Cooling, we strive to provide the best possible value for our customers. This means that we make our recommendations for products and services based upon your needs and your budget, not upon what will best benefit our bottom line. One of the services that we recommend to all our customers is our Precision Tune-Up. When you buy a car, you probably expect to have a tune-up done periodically according to the manufacturer’s specifications, even if you do everything you can to minimize wear and tear. Well, just like your car, your heating or cooling system is a complex piece of machinery that requires a regular tune-up for peak performance.
Precision Tune-Ups help you save money in two ways. First, they help prevent the need for substantial repairs, which can be very expensive. Second, they make your equipment more efficient so that you pay less in utility costs.
Our Service Technicians are trained to identify potential problems with your heating or cooling system and will do everything they can to fix them. At the very least, you can be assured that they will perform the following services.
Our Precision Tune Up includes: (but is not limited to)
- Clean and adjust blower components
- Tighten electrical connections
- Lubricate all moving parts
- Check thermostat operation
- Clean condenser/evaporator coils (if accessible)
- Test safeties
- Clean or replace standard filters
- Clean condensate drains
- Measure temperature drop against coil/furnace
- Clean/check heat exchanger
- Clean/adjust burners
- Check amp draws
- Clean indoor/outdoor equipment cabinets
At $99.95 per piece of equipment, our Precision Tune-Ups are tough to beat. For additional savings, you can check out our customer care plans, some of which include regular maintenance checks. Call us or use our contact form to schedule a Precision Tune-Up today!
* Precision Tune-Ups for oil furnaces and Lennox Complete Heat Systems are charged at a different rate. Please call our office at 541-549-1605 for more details. HVAC equipment must be operational before PTU performed.