Air Conditioning & Heating System Maintenance

Get on the Map!

What map? Our M.A.P. which stands for Maintenance Agreement Plan.

We agree to provide you with a complete precision tune-up and professional cleaning either annually or semi-annually as described below for your heating and/or air conditioning equipment during the term indicated. 


Lower utility bills
Extended equipment life
Fewer repairs
Improved capacity
15% discount on repairs

Priority customer
Inflation protection
Agreement is transferable
Never an overtime charge
5% discount on system replacement

Maintenance Agreement Plan

Maintenance on all heating and air conditioning equipment should be done twice a year, once in spring/summer for the cooling season, and once in the fall/winter for the heating operation. 

When the technician is doing maintenance on your system, he/she is checking for proper airflow, amperages, voltages and proper temperature differentials. Finding small problems before they cause you a lot of frustration and lower repair bills are just two of the benefits of a maintenance agreement. 

At Deon Arnold Heating & Air Conditioning, we understand that your heating and cooling system is the last thing you think about keeping maintained. We want you to be comfortable, no matter how hot or cold the outside temperatures reach. A maintenance agreement for your system helps to keep the system running at top condition and helps lower energy costs by keeping the system operating at peak performance. 

We will call you to schedule your visit, so you don’t have to keep track of the last visit or when the next one should be. 

Tune-Up Procedures Include:

Monitor & record CO levels
Clean & adjust burner assembly
Clean ignition assembly
Monitor heat exchanger or elements
Monitor & record flue draft
Monitor & record refrigerant pressure
Test starting abilities
Test safety controls
Change air filters (customer furnished)
Clean & adjust blower components

Measure for correct airflow
Tighten electrical connections
Measure & record volts/amps
Lubricate all moving parts
Check thermostat calibration
Clean evaporator coil (if accessible)
Clean condenser coil
Clean condensate drains
Measure & record temperature difference

HVAC - NC Lic # 10528 H1, H2, H3
Electrical - NC Lic #18928 SP-PH
Refrigeration - NC Lic #2618