W.W. Heating Maintenance Agreements

Just like your car, your Heating and Air Conditioning system also requires an annual tune up. By having your equipment cleaned and calibrated on a regular basis, you can maximize your energy usage, keep your fuel bills to a minimum, and prolong the life of your equipment.

When you choose a low-cost W.W. Heating annual maintenance agreement, we’ll service your equipment, and you’ll also get a discount on any additional labor or materials throughout the year.


The cost of one emergency service can exceed the cost of an annual preventative maintenance agreement. Our agreement guarantees that for a yearly fee, our certified technicians will visit your home twice a year to inspect and test your heating and air conditioning equipment.

W.W. Heating & Air Conditioning Maintenance Agreement

All of our maintenance agreements include:

  • Two inspections within a 12-month period: one furnace inspection and one air conditioning inspection.
  • A 15% discount on additional repairs and labor. (If repairs are needed, you will be given a written quote on all repairs required.)
  • A 100 percent satisfaction guarantee on all of our preventative maintenance agreements.
  • Peace of mind that your heating and air conditioning system is operating safely and efficiently.

All of our preventative maintenance agreements are renewable on a one-year basis.

Included in our 30-Point Heating and Air Conditioning inspections.

CarrierHeatingHeating Inspection

  1. Clean and check operation of burners.
  2. Lubricate moving parts.
  3. Check air flow.
  4. Check all safety controls.
  5. Cheek and tighten electrical connections.
  6. Check thermostat level and calibration.
  7. Check temperature rise.
  8. Check and record amperages and pressures.
  9. Make necessary adjustments to controls, dampers, valves and belts if applicable.
  10. Flush or clear drain line.
  11. Check for noticeable leaks in ductwork.
  12. Inspect blower motor and wheel.
  13. Visual inspection of heat exchanger.
  14. Change or wash your filter.*
  15. Report any necessary improvements that could be made.
  16. Perform carbon monoxide test.

CarrierACCooling Inspection

  1. Check system for proper refrigerant charge.
  2. Check compressor amperage.
  3. Check condenser fan amperage.
  4. Clean and check condensing coil.
  5. Check and tighten electrical connections.
  6. Check contactor points.
  7. Check capacitors.
  8. Check defrost control boards.
  9. Check thermostat level and calibration.
  10. Clean and check evaporator coil, if accessible.
  11. Disinfect evaporator coil, with cleaners, if accessible.
  12. Check condensing temperature split at condenser.
  13. Flush or clear drain line.
  14. Change or wash your filter.*
  15. Add algaecide tabs to drain pan, if necessary.

* The cost of filters, nozzles or any other parts used during the maintenance agreement is not included in contract price. Additional charges may apply.