Stay Cool – Join Our Club Today!

While your yearly HVAC maintenance service might be the last thing on your mind, it is the first thing in ours. Let us take away the hassle of having to remember your annual heating and cooling service and sign up for one of Cool Air’s Comfort Club Memberships. Membership not only gives your system its necessary tune-up, but provides a number of additional benefits throughout the year as well.

Classic Comfort

$1295*monthly
  • In-Home visit for routine system maintenance.
  • Breakdown Savings – If your system breaks down while a member. Pay only $29 for system diagnostics.
  • Receive a 20% discount on performed repairs
  • Front of the line VIP treatment. For service on the hottest or coldest days
  • Add On Options
  • Filter Replacement Plan:
  • Merv 8 $3 Per Month (Includes up to 4 filters per year)
  • Merv 11 $5 Per Month (Includes 1 filter per year)
  • Merv 16 $12 Per Month (Includes 1 filter per year)
  • 1 Year Warranty Extension (Not available for systems over 10 years old) Parts & Labor $10 per Month (System must be installed by Cool Air Solutions)

Smart Comfort

$1295*monthly
  • Existing ESA Members: $299 InstalledNon Members or New Installations: $469 Installed
  • 24/7 System monitoring with alerts
  • Monthly System Performance Diagnostics
  • In-Home visit for routine system maintenance (30 Point Super Tune-up)
  • Breakdown Savings – If your system breaks down while a member. Pay only $29 for system diagnostics.
  • Receive a 20% discount on performed repairs
  • Front of the line VIP treatment. For service on the hottest or coldest days
  • Add On Options
  • Merv 8 $3 Per Month (Includes up to 4 filters per year)
  • Merv 11 $5 Per Month (Includes 1 filter per year)
  • Merv 16 $12 Per Month (Includes 1 filter per year)
  • 1 Year Warranty Extension (Not available for systems over 10 years old) Parts & Labor $10 per Month (System must be installed by Cool Air Solutions)

Monitoring Only

$5500*per year
  • 24/7 System monitoring with alerts
  • Monthly System Performance Diagnostics
  • Breakdown Savings – If your system breaks down while a member. Pay only $29 for system on site diagnostics.
  • Receive a 15% discount on performed repairs

Annual maintenance service performed on an HVAC system has proven to extend the unit’s lifespan, help it run more efficiently and prevent costly emergency repairs down the line. With the extra perks provided with Cool Air Solution’s Club Membership, you can rest assured that you and your family will stay nice and comfortable all year long, guaranteed!

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Hvac Technician Performing Maintenance Spring Summer
  1. Check Thermostat Calibration
  2. Blower Motor: Check Amperage and Voltage
  3. Air Filter: Clean Existing (As Needed)
  4. Bearing: Inspect for Wear and Lubricate
  5. Coil: Inspect for Wear and Blockage
  6. Confirm Proper Return, Supply Air, and Size
  7. Condenser Coil: Visual Inspection
  8. Refrigerant: Monitor Operating Pressures
  9. Electrical Disconnect Box: Proper Rating/Installation
  10. Electrical Wiring: Inspect and Tighten Connections
  11. Starters: Test/Inspect for Burned, Pitted Contacts
  12. Electrical: Inspect for Exposed Wiring
  13. Battery Cap: Inspect and Test
  14. Fan Blade: Visual Inspection
  15. Condenser Coil Cleaning: Remove Debris
  16. Measure Supply/Return Temperature Differential
  17. Ductwork: Inspect for Energy Loss
  18. Compressor: Amperage, Voltage Draw & Wiring
  19. Suction Line: Inspect for Proper Fittings
  20. Fittings: Inspect for Signs of Oil and/or Leakage
  21. Check Home for Proper Airflow
  22. Test Condensate Drain Line
  23. Check Evaporator Coil Protection
  24. Check and Test High Voltage Fuses
  25. Check and Test Low Voltage Fuses
  26. Surge Protection: Inspect and test Proper operation
  27. System Sanitizers: Inspect Bulb and Operation
  28. Service Valves: Inspect for Proper Operation
  29. Check Unit for Isolation Pads
  30. Monitor Air Scrubber Operation
Hvac Technician Performing Maintenance Fall Winter
  1. Check Thermostat Calibration
  2. Blower Motor: Check Amperage and Voltage
  3. Clean & Adjust Furnace Burner Assemblage
  4. Check Combustion Air for Carbon Monoxide
  5. Test Furnace Starting Capabilities
  6. Examine Heat Exchange for Damage/Corrosion
  7. Monitor the Flue Draft
  8. Test Furnace Safety Controls
  9. Inspect the Gas Piping
  10. Clean and/or Replace Standard Air Filters
  11. Starters: Test/Inspect for Burned, Pitted Contacts
  12. Tighten Electrical Connections
  13. Measure Voltage and Amperage
  14. Clean Condensation Drains
  15. Measure Temperature Diff. Supply/Return Air
  16. Vacuum Furnace Return Air Compartment
  17. Adjust Gas Pressure and Pilot
  18. Monitor Furnace’s Heating Cycle
  19. Clean Blower Compartment
  20. Examine Furnace Installation Quality
  21. Examine Equip Condition and Clearance Areas
  22. Check Operation Combustion Removal System
  23. Check Limit Switch Operation
  24. Pressure Switch/Tube Operation within Range
  25. Check Flame Sensor Operation
  26. Check Burner Ignition/Flame within Tolerance
  27. Inspect Blower Wheel for Proper Balance
  28. Test Blower Amperage
  29. Check Ducting Connections for Air Leaks
  30. Monitor Air Scrubber Operation