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Air Excellence, Inc.
Air Excellence, Inc.

One Goal, One Passion – Customer Service

Preventative HVAC Maintenance Plans for Richmond, VA & Surrounding Cities

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Our precision tuneup specialists will thoroughly check your system for safety and operation efficiency, tune it for maximum fuel efficiency, and inspect it for potential faults. This regular attention to your system will save you money by reducing your fuel bill, preventing costly breakdowns and prolonging the life of your equipment. We know you rely heavily on your heating system to keep you warm during the cold winter months and your air conditioning system to keep you cool throughout the hot, muggy summers in Virginia. You may not always be able to keep your home comfort system from breaking down, but there is a lot you can do to prevent inconvenient emergencies. In fact, over 90% of the emergency calls we get could have been avoided with an Energy Savings Agreement. Our Energy Savings Agreement provides you with priority service, discounted rates and special savings at a low annual rate.

Our Energy Savings Agreement offers the following benefits:

  • Priority Customer Service. You move to the front of the line on any service call.
  • 20% Discount on Repairs
  • Improved Efficiency and Safety
  • 24-Hour Response Time
  • Extended Equipment Life & Improved Capacity
  • Reduced Diagnostic Fee
  • No Overtime Charges
  • Inspection Procedures Include
  • Cleaning or replacing of standard air filters (customer-supplied)
  • Inspecting inside cooling coil – cleaning at discounted service rate if necessary
  • Inspecting condenser coil – cleaning at discounted service rate if necessary
  • Inspecting primary and secondary drains - cleaning and testing as needed. We do not warranty condensate leak.
  • Inspecting blower components – cleaning at a discounted service rate if necessary
  • Lubricating all moving parts (where applicable)
  • Inspecting and tightening all loose electrical connections
  • Monitoring air conditioner operating pressures for proper refrigerant charge
  • Monitoring voltage and amperage draw on all motors
  • Monitoring air conditioning and heating cycles
  • Inspecting heat exchanger and burners – vacuuming and/or adjusting as necessary
  • Adjusting gas pressure as necessary
  • Inspecting pilot operation – adjust as necessary
  • Monitoring flue draft for safe operation
  • Inspecting and testing safety controls
  • Inspecting thermostat operations

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