Victor's Air Conditioning Company, Inc. specializes in Industrial, Institutional, Commercial and Residential Design/Build Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration applications. We also have an In-house Design Sheet Metal Fabrication Shop.
Why choose Victor’s? – We are Problem Solvers!! Our personalized service and expert craftsmanship sets us apart as a trusted, reliable source for all of your HVAC/R needs:
Honest, Dependable & Reliable
All Work 100% Guaranteed
Members in Good Standing
NATE Certified Technicians
Family Owned and Operated
Fully Licensed, Bondable & Insured
MAINTENANCE CONTRACTS What you need to know
Why do you need a Maintenance Contract? A Maintenance Contract is essential to the preservation and efficiency of all HVAC/R equipment. The equipment used to cool or heat your home or office MUST be serviced on a regular basis. HVAC/R equipment is very similar to a car - and a car must get its oil changed, spark plugs changed, tires rotated etc. The same principal applies to HVAC/R equipment. Filters, mechanical and electrical components must periodically be monitored and changed. Just remember; prevent the problems of tomorrow by maintaining your Equipment today!
How often should Maintenance be performed?
You should have your equipment serviced twice a year. Once in the Spring to check your air conditioning system and once in the fall to check your heating system.
A typical Maintenance Contract includes:
Verify and record all vital equipment information
Removal of old filters, installation of new filters
Visually check for leaks from mechanical equipment and piping
Inspect belts & pulleys and adjust as necessary
Inspect electrical components & controls, tighten as necessary
Lubricate motors, bearings and dampers where necessary
Check, verify and record all voltage and amperage readings are within factory specifications
Check, verify and record all refrigerant levels and pressures are within factory specifications
Check condenser and evaporator coils for air flow restrictions
Check condensate line(s) and condensate pan(s) for blockages and debris
Check operating controls (such as thermostats, etc.) for proper operation and programming
Check supply and return temperatures
Additional Options for Maintenance Contracts:
Installation of new belt(s)
Power washing of condenser coil(s) and evaporator coil(s)
Questions about how our Maintenance Contracts can better serve you? Call us at 732-469-3889 or click here and let us know how we can help you.