Heating Comfort Club

Lack of Routine Maintenance is Expensive

The Heating Comfort Club Maintenance Agreement provides the foundation for comfort in your home by keeping your systems running cleanly and smoothly to help prevent costly repairs and sometimes even more costly replacements.  Routine furnace maintenance is crucial to preserving effective systems. Our Comfort Club Maintenance Agreement will save you money by maximizing efficiency and reducing breakdowns.
Did you know…
Most equipment manufacturers require regular maintenance in order to keep your warranty?That is why Duell Plumbing, Heating and Cooling is very proud to offer our Heating Comfort Club Maintenance Agreements!

Your Maintenance Agreement Will:

Reduce Your Utility Bills
By properly maintaining your equipment on a regular basis, the use of energy will be maximized, thereby keeping your utility bills to a minimum.

Prolong Equipment Life:
Routine maintenance keeps your equipment in top operating condition. This prolongs equipment life, and lowers the life-cycle cost of your equipment.

Maximize Safety:

Routine maintenance assures the safe operation of your equipment by correcting potential problems before they occur.

Heating Comfort Club Maintenance Agreement - $22.92 + tax per month ($275.00 annually)

Whats Included?

*A 15% discount off Standard Heating System Repair Rates
*Preferred Priority Service
*A Free Annual 23 Point Heating System Inspection:

1. Visual Inspection of furnace installation condition
2. Examination of gas piping
3. Visual Inspection of ignition sequence and operations
4. Check amperage draw of blower and inducer motor for 90% + efficiency systems
5. Visual check of chimney draft for 80% efficiency systems
6. Test safety controls on furnace
7. Clean and Adjust burner assembly
8. Check combustion air
9. Check thermostat calibration
10. Inspect heat exchanger for damage and/or corrosion
11. Clean furnace ignition assembly
12. Clean and/or adjust blower motor components
13. Examine flue draft
14. Lubricate necessary furnace parts
15. Perform evaluation of correct air flow
16. Clean and/or replace standard air filters
17. Clean condensate drains
18. Test and adjust gas pressure as necessary
19. Check defrost timer functions
20. Replace thermostat batteries
21. Combustion analysis, including:
*Parts per million (ppm) test
*Carbon Monoxide test
*Oxygen test
22. Furnace or Boiler heat loss calculations
23. System adjustment to proper manufacturer's specifications based on results of tests performed