Commercial Maintenance Plans

Commercial Maintenance Plans

  • 15 point tune-up two or four times a year (Cooling & Heating)
  • High priority customer
  • Increase labor warranty on new units
  • Optimal efficacy & unit life
  • No long term commitments
  • We keep up with when your next visit is
  • We always have a customer service representative available to help you.



Peppers Heating & Air places your business’s heating and cooling equipment in the hands of our highly skilled maintenance and repair technicians. We will visit your business up to 4 times each year and perform a precision tune-up, a professional cleaning and a thorough safety inspection. Truly a superior service. Without regular servicing, heating and cooling systems waste energy and are more likely to break down more frequently. Keep your system healthy with regular tune-ups! Call today for results that last!

15 Point Tune-Ups

Spring / Summer

15 Point Tune-up

  1. Install gauges and check operating pressures.
  2. Check voltage and amperage on all motors.
  3. Check the air temperature drop across the evaporator.
  4. Check all capacitors.
  5. Clean A/C condenser coil.
  6. Change filters.
  7. Check safety controls.
  8. Check the contractor.
  9. Check all wiring and connections.
  10. Check and adjust the thermostat.
  11. Check air temperature across the condenser.
  12. Check for proper airflow throughout the system.
  13. Check the indoor blower motor for cleanliness.
  14. Check the compressor amperage.
  15. Clear condensation drain lines & ensure operation of condensation pump.

Fall/ Winter

15 Point Tune-Up

  1. Check and adjust the thermostat.
  2. Check the indoor blower motor for cleanliness.
  3. Check safety controls.
  4. Check voltage and amperage to all motors.
  5. Change filters.
  6. Check limits for proper operation.
  7. Check all wiring and connections.
  8. Clean rust & build up off of burners.
  9. Check the pressure switch.
  10. Clean negative pressure tubes & ports.
  11. Inspect inducer motor.
  12. Check the heat exchanger for failure.
  13. Check the gas pressure.
  14. Check gas lines.
  15. Perform maintenance on Indoor Air Quality products present.