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Maintenance

We know that it can be costly when an A/C unit or heater goes out in the middle of the night. Trust the team at Texas Pride Heating and Air to maintain and repair your HVAC systems so they last longer and function effiently.

Routine maintenance is one of the best things you can do for your heating and air conditioning systems, especially at the beginning of a seasonal weather change. This preventative service can also help minimize your gas and/or electricity bills.  

And when the time does come to replace your home or commercial unit, Texas Pride should be your #1 choice! We offer a large selection of manufacturers options that will fit any homeowner budget. We offer financing and our technicians work fast! Check out our specials  for new installations and AC tune-ups. And don’t forget to check out Google reviews. Our customers love us on Google!

RESIDENTAL PLATINUM SERVICE MEMBERSHIP

For just $169 per year, you can have the peace of mind and comfortability of knowing that you have a team with 30 years’ experience available when needed.

Don’t stress the upcoming hot weather! Join our membership plan today!

INCLUDES:

  • TWO MAINTENANCE VISITS PER YEAR (SPRING AND FALL)
  • PRIORITY EMERGENCY SERVICE
  • 15% DISCOUNT OFF ALL REPAIRS
  • ADDITIONAL 5% OFF NEW SYSTEM UPGRADES
  • & MORE! (VIEW DETAILS BELOW)

MAINTENANCE PLANS COVER TWO MAINTENANCE VISITS PER YEAR

Includes the following maintenance procedures on your air conditioning system:

  • 25-point precision tune-up and cleaning
  • Clean, level, calibrate thermostat
  • Adjust and thoroughly inspect blower motor and fan assembly
  • Wash condenser coil
  • Replace or wash standard air-filters (homeowner provided)
  • Lubricate all moving parts
  • Adjust all drive belts and pulleys
  • Test all safety controls/devices
  • Test, secure, and tighten all electrical connections and terminals
  • Test humidifier operation and set dampers, switches, and valves
  • Inspect heat exchanger(s), burners, and pilot assemblies
  • Inspect flue assembly, burners, and draft diverters
  • Vacuum clean all combustion and blower compartments
  • Adjust all main air dampers as requested
  • Activate heating or cooling system
  • Test all motors, starting capacitors, run capacitors, and potential relays
  • Test, measure, and record operating temperature and pressures
  • Electronically test for carbon monoxide gas
  • Test for gas leaks at furnace