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Our HVAC Maintenance Program: Crown Comfort Club

Routine HVAC maintenance is not a luxury service—it’s an absolute necessity to ensuring that you get the performance and longevity out of your HVAC system that you deserve. During your twice-yearly HVAC system tune-ups, our service techs thoroughly inspect and clean your system, making adjustments and recommendations for repairs along the way.

When you become a Crown Comfort Club maintenance plan member, you’ll never be auto-renewed or locked into your plan, but you will be able to count on a host of benefits, including:

  • ½ Price Service Calls
  • 15% off Repair Costs
  • Priority Service—Even During Our Busiest Seasons!

To extend the lifespan of your heating and cooling systems and avoid long term problems and emergency situations, contact Crown Group Ohio today to learn more about routine maintenance through the Crown Comfort Club.

Furnace Maintenance

Our highly trained and experienced NATE-certified technicians have the knowledge and experience to make sure your heating system runs optimally during our chilly winters. We perform all the following checks, plus more!

  • Checking the filter
  • Lubrication of all moving parts in your system
  • Inspection and adjustment of all belts and drives
  • Tightening of electrical connections
  • Inspection of contractors and relays
  • Voltage and amperage checks
  • Cleaning and adjusting pilot/flame sensor
  • Checking gas pressure
  • Checking combustion, draft and flue
  • Checking for proper ignition
  • Checking for carbon monoxide leaks
  • Safety control checks
  • Inspection of thermostat

Air Conditioning Maintenance

Our AC maintenance provides you protection from costly and problematic breakdowns, as well as energy savings and increased system lifespan. Your professional AC tune-up includes:

  • Checking the filter
  • Lubrication of all moving parts in your system
  • Inspection and adjustment of all belts and drives
  • Tightening of electrical connections
  • Inspection of contractors and relays
  • Voltage and amperage checks
  • Inspection and cleaning of condensate drains
  • Cleaning condenser coils
  • Checking operating pressures
  • Checking refrigerant charges
  • Checking temperature drops on cooling coils
  • Safety control checks
  • Inspection of thermostat