Comfort Club

  • (2) 15 Point Maintenance Visits
  • 10% off parts used in repairs
  • 1-year parts & labor warranty
  • $20 off service call during normal business hours
  • Includes 1 in filter replacement
    • 1 System: $189 2 Systems: $289 3 Systems: $389 4 Systems: $489
    • (5 YR) 1 System: $1,040 2 Systems: $1,590 3 Systems: $2,140 4 Systems: $2,690

Premium Comfort Club

  • (3) 15 Point Maintenance Visits every 4 months
  • 10% off parts & refrigerant needed
  • 5% off accessories
  • $20 off service call during normal business hours
  • Includes 1 in filter replacement
    • 1 System: $279 2 Systems: $399 3 Systems: $499 4 Systems: $599
    • (5 YR) 1 System: $1,535 2 Systems: $2,195 3 Systems: $2,745 4 Systems: $3,295

Ultimate Comfort Club

  • (4) Quarterly 15 Point Maintenance Visits every 3 months
  • 10% off parts & refrigerant used in repairs
  • 5% off any accessories
  • 5% off system replacements
  • $30 off service call during normal business hours
  • $100 emergency service call (weekends & holidays)
  • Includes 1 in filter replacement and one 4 in (media) filter per system once a year
    • 1 System: $368 2 Systems: $568 3 Systems: $768 4 Systems: $968
    • (5 YR) 1 System: $2,024 2 Systems: $3,124 3 Systems: $4,224 4 Systems: $5,324

Filter Options

Comfort Plus: $50 for a 4 inch media filter (regularly $80)

A+ Comfort: $80 for a filter larger than 4 inches (regularly $95)

Peppers Heating & Air places your heating and cooling equipment in the hands of our highly skilled maintenance and repair technicians. We will visit your home 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. Call today for results that last!

15 Point Tune-Ups

Spring / Summer

15 Point Tune-up

  1. Utilize gauges to check operating pressures
    Check refrigerant levels
  2. Ensure motor voltage and amperage
    Checks the strength of the motor
  3. Confirm air temperature drop across evaporator
    Measures the change in the air temperature as it goes through the unit
  4. Inspect capacitor(s) function
    Common system problem – weak capacitors can cause motor failure
  5. Clean and analyze A/C condenser coil
    Wash the outside unit for better airflow in & out of the unit (acid wash is additional cost)
  6. Change filters
    This helps with air quality and airflow inside.
  7. Assess safety controls
    Ensure safety limits of electrical components
  8. Check starting contactor
    The on/off switch for the outdoor unit. Insects are attracted to it.
  9. Test all wiring and connections
    Look for any loose/burned up wires showing signs of overheating
  10. Evaluate and adjust thermostat
    Reading correctly, programmed right, and batteries are at full strength
  11. Analyze air temperature across the condenser
    This involves the health of the outdoor coil.
  12. Gauge proper airflow
    Inspect the ductwork to confirm nothing is crushed or broken and that sizing is compatible.
  13. Clear condensation drain lines & ensure condensation pump operations
    Ensure adequate flood protection is in place and functioning properly. We check for proper insulation on refrigerant pipes. If not insulated correctly it can cause water damage.
  14. Ensure cleanliness of indoor blower motor
    The main fan that runs; if it’s dirty it will shorten motor life.
  15. Determine compressor amperage

Fall/ Winter

15 Point Tune-Up

  1. Evaluate and adjust thermostat
    Running correctly, programmed right, and batteries are at full strength
  2. Ensure cleanliness of indoor blower motor
    The main fan that runs; if it’s dirty it will shorten motor life.
  3. Determine flue pipe condition
    We check the flue pipe for corrosion and functionality.
  4. Ensure motor voltage and amperage
    Check the strength of the motor.
  5. Change filters
    Helps with air quality and airflow inside
  6. Assess limits for proper operation
    Verifies the furnace is not going to overheat
  7. Test all wiring and connections
    Look for any loose / burned up wires showing signs of overheating.
  8. Clean rust & buildup off burners
    Ensure the heating source is working correctly.
  9. Analyze pressure switch
    Safety switch to furnace (controls the exhaust).
  10. Clean negative pressure tubes & ports
    Safety precaution- If the furnace is clogged, it will not run.
  11. Inspect inducer motor
    The motor that pushes out the exhaust.
  12. Check heat exchanger for failure
    A combustion analysis, carbon monoxide, and visual inspection to ensure no failures in the heat exchange.
  13. Gauge gas pressure
    We ensure gas pressures are correct.
  14. Inspect gas lines
    Inspect for corrosion and code violations.
  15. Evaluate Indoor Air Quality products
    If present, perform maintenance to ensure proper function.