John Burger Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc.
Family Owned and Operated Since 1989

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(530) 673-3137

Planned Service Agreement

What is a Planned Service Agreement?
A Planned Maintenance Agreement is an agreement between you and our company to provide you with services that will help protect your comfort system from major repairs and allow optimum efficiency.

Here's what a Planned Service Agreement can do for you.
  • Save Energy: Regular service keeps your equipment running as efficiently as possible.
  • Fall/Spring Inspection and Service: Providing you with a checklist and report of the inspection and service completed on furnace or a/c units.
  • Priority Emergency Service: Should you need service, we'll be there within 2 business days.
  • 15% Discount: On all out of warranty replacement parts and R-22 or R-410 added system, if needed.
  • Only $130 per year per system, additional systems at the same location only $50 each.


Planned Service
FALL SERVICE:
  • Furnace Inspection and Service
  • Total furnace inspection (adjust burners & controls)
  • Check HI & LO voltage connections
  • Test all safety controls
  • Clean or replace air filters
  • Lubricate motors
SPRING SERVICE:
  • A/C Inspection and Service
  • Clean condensing coil
  • Check operating pressure
  • Check refrigerant level
  • Clean or replace filter
  • Check & tighten electrical connections
Protect Your Investment
Your heating and air conditioning system serves you many more hours than your car, and like your car needs routine tune-ups to operate in an efficient, safe and reliable manner.

Energy Savings:
  • The regular service of checking coils and cleaning filters will increase operating efficiency of your system.
  • Improper care of your system filters and coils can cause restriction of airflow, resulting in a shorter life expectancy of your system.
  • Proper maintenance allows energy savings through maximum operating efficiency. Dirty filters slow down the airflow, therefore the unit works harder and uses more energy.
  • Filters that are not changed regularly become a bed for fungal growth, allowing particles to be distributed within your environment.