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AJR GAS/AC SERVICE PLAN Full Year Parts & Labor Warranty (*Up to 5 Tons)
1. Clean and Check: Complete inspection, Cleaning, and adjustment of your heating system to insure maximum safety and economy
2. Parts Replacement: AJR will replace or repair the parts listed below at no additional cost
Standard 1H/1C Thermostat, Limit Control, Fan Belt, Orifices, Blower Motor, Gas Valve, Blower Wheel, Safety Pilot, Bearings, Shaft, Pressure Regulator, Transformer, Fan Control, Thermocouple, Pilot Valve, Hot Surface Ignitor, Spark Controls, Draft Inducer
3. Labor Warranty: Covers Labor Monday-Friday 8-5 & A Discounted Labor Rate Of $100.00 Per Hour For Emergency Calls
AJR HEAT PUMP SERVICE PLAN Full Year Parts & Labor Warranty (*Up to 5 Tons)
1. Clean and Check: Inspect equipment for lubricate all motors, check belts and adjust tension, check all wiring and connections, check and adjust thermostat and controls, inspect furnace air filters and replace if necessary, clean furnace
2. Parts Replacement: AJR will replace or repair the parts listed below at no additional cost:
Time Delay Relays, Starting Relay, Fan Relay, Running Capacitors, Starting Capacitors, Low Pressure Control, High Pressure Control, Condenser Fan Motor, Fan Blade, Limit Control, Fan Control, Transformer, Standard 1H/1C Thermostat, Blower Motor, Bearings, Shaft, Blower Wheel
3. Labor Warranty: : Covers Labor Monday-Friday 8-5 & A Discounted Labor Rate Of $100.00 An Hour For Emergency Calls
A.J.R. PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE PLAN: Examples of work performed
1.) Fall – Heating & Inspection & Maintenance
Inspect Equipment for Gas Leaks.
Lubricate All Motors
Check All Wiring and Connections
Check and Adjust Thermostat and Controls
Inspect Furnace Air Filters and Replace as Necessary
Clean Furnace Chamber and Stack
2.) Spring – Cooling Inspection & Maintenance
Inspect Equipment for Refrigerant Leaks
Lubricate All Motors
Check Belts & Adjust Tension
Check That Condensation Drain Is Open
Clean and Adjust All Safety Controls
Check Thermostat and Controls
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AC Installation Frequently Asked Questions
When it comes to HVAC services in Weatherford, we know you have questions! While our customer service team and technicians are always available to answer your inquiries every step of the way, here are some things we know you may be thinking about!
Before giving us a call, make sure to check the basics. Start by testing the batteries in your thermostat and checking for a tripped breaker or blown fuse. It’s also important to change your air filter and ensure that the system is set to cool with the temperature setting at least three degrees below the current room temperature. If none of these simple solutions solves the issue, don’t hesitate to contact us for a complete cooling system checkup.
There could be several reasons why your AC unit is frozen, and most of them will require the assistance of a professional technician. However, there are a few things you can do before calling in the experts. First, check to make sure that your air filter is clean and that airflow is not being restricted. If the air filter was the issue, you can speed up the thawing process by turning off the system and turning on the fan only. Be sure to switch the system settings back to normal afterward.
Other potential causes of a frozen AC unit include low refrigerant levels, a dirty evaporator coil, or a defective blower motor or relay. If you suspect any of these issues, it’s best to contact a professional technician for assistance.
The cost of a new AC unit will vary depending on the size of your home and the type of unit you need. If you’re concerned about the cost, financing options are available with approved credit, allowing you to get a new AC unit installed even if you don’t have the funds available immediately.
Another cost-saving tip is to consider installing a new cooling system at the same time as a new furnace. By adding both units to your forced air system simultaneously, you can save time and money on installation labor.