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HVAC Residential Service

With regular maintenance you will prevent small problems from becoming big problems and ensure optimal performance of your comfort system. We also offer annual service agreements, which can reduce the cost of a Performance Tune-Up.

Regular maintenance will:
  • Provide longer lasting equipment
  • Reduce utility bills
  • Reduce repairs
  • Provide a more comfortable indoor environment
  • Protect your investment

What we do during a Performance Tune-Up:



Service Agreement Options
 SHAC PLATNUMSHAC ADVANTAGESHAC OPTIONS
Yearly Investment call for pricingcall for pricingcall for pricing
Monthly Investnment call for pricingcall for pricing N/A
Cooling 21 point inspection/tune up YES YES Cooling Only
Heating 21 point inspection/tune up YES YES OR
Heating Only
Service of oil furnace included YES ADD $ ADD $
Freight included for parts YES NO NO
Parts & Labor Discount 15% 10% 5%
Weekday Overtime Charges Included YES YES NO
Weekend Overtime Charges Included YES YES NO
24 Hr priority emergency service YES YES YES
Parts warranty on parts provided by SHAC during a repair LIFETIME 3 YEAR 1 YEAR
Labor warranty on repairs performed by SHAC technition with parts provided by SHAC LIFETIME 3 YEAR 1 YEAR
Chemically clean Outdoor Unit Coil YES YES ADD $
Chemically clean Indoor Unit Coil YES YES ADD $
Standard 1" air filters included YES YES YES
Number of standard air filters included 12 per unit 6 per unit 1 per unit
Specialty and cabinet filters included YES ADDITIONAL COST ADDITIONAL COST
Check breaker panel and electrical connection therein YES ADD $ ADD $
Check water heater GAS or ELECTRIC YES ADD $ ADD $
New HVAC System Purchase Accrual $ $ per year $ per year N/A

21 Point Inspection/tune up for Air Condition includes the following:

  • Set thermostat to 'COOL' and set temperature below room temperature to bring system on.
  • Check to see that indoor and outdoor units operate.
  • Set thermostat temperature above room temperature and insure indoor and outdoor units shut down correctly.
  • Insure thermostat is operating correctly.
  • Check air filter and replace as needed.
  • Check indoor unit blower wheel and blower motor.
  • Check indoor unit electrical components and wiring connections.
  • Check indoor coil for refrigerant leaks using an electronic leak detection device.
  • Check indoor unit refrigerant coil condition and chemically clean as specified on maintenance agreement.
    *ADVANTAGE and PLATINUM agreement coils are cleaned once a year either during Heating or Cooling inspection. Please NOTE on WO when cleaned.
  • Check and clean condensate drain pan.
  • Clear condensate drain line with pressurized nitrogen.
  • Check outdoor coil for refrigerant leaks using an electronic leak detection device.
  • Check outdoor unit refrigerant coil condition and chemically clean as specified on maintenance agreement.
    *Not included in OPTIONS agreement but can be provided for an additional charge of $125.00 if needed. If not included must receive customer approval on RAF before proceeding.
    *ADVANTAGE and PLATINUM agreement coils are cleaned once a year either during Heating or Cooling inspection. Please NOTE on WO when cleaned.
  • Check outdoor unit electrical components, fan motor, and wiring connections.
  • Start system using thermostat and observe operation.
  • Operate system for minimum of 10 minutes while checking operation.
  • Check refrigerant charge. Record indoor and outdoor temperatures and refrigerant suction and discharge pressures during this process.
  • Record refrigerant superheat. Record refrigerant subcooling if TXV.
  • Stop system and reset thermostat to previous setting or setting desired by homeowner.
  • Wipe down exterior of equipment.
  • Report any deficiencies or problems found with system.

Insure homeowner receives correct size and quantity of air filters per agreement.


21 Point Inspection/tune up for GAS Furnace includes the following:

  • Set thermostat to 'HEAT' and set temperature above room temperature to bring furnace on.
  • Check to see that furnace operates.
  • Set thermostat temperature below room temperature and insure furnace shuts down correctly.
  • Insure thermostat is operating correctly.
  • Check and clean burners (as required).
  • Check and clean pilot assembly, hot surface ignitor, and sensor (as equipped).
  • Check gas valve and ignition control.
  • Check operation of all safeties and limit controls.
  • Check draft pressure switches.
  • Check combustion exhaust piping and piping termination for obstructions and integrity.
  • Check combustion air intake piping and air intake piping inlet or combustion air intake openings and combustion air intake louvers/dampers (as equipped) for obstructions and integrity (as equipped).
  • Check combustion blower motor.
  • Check indoor air blower wheel and motor.
  • Clear condensate drain line with pressurized nitrogen if furnace is a condensing gas furnace.
  • Check air filter and replace as needed.
  • Start furnace using thermostat and observe operation.
  • Check gas pressure and record.
  • Operate furnace for minimum of 10 minutes.
  • Wipe down exterior of equipment.
  • Stop furnace and reset thermostat to previous setting or setting desired by homeowner,
  • Report any deficiencies or problems found with system.

Insure homeowner receives correct size and quantity of air filters per agreement.

21 Point Inspection/tune up for Heat Pump during the Heating Season includes the following:

  • Set thermostat the 'HEAT' and ser temperature above room temperature to bring system on.
  • Check to see that indoor and outdoor units operate.
  • Set thermostat temperature below room temperature and insure indoor and outdoor units shut down correctly.
  • Insure thermostat is operating correctly.
  • Check air filter and replace as needed.
  • Check indoor unit blower wheel and blower motor.
  • Check indoor unit electrical components and wiring connections.
  • Check indoor unit electric heating elements.
  • Check indoor coil for refrigerant leaks using and electronic leak detection device.
  • Check indoor unit refrigerant coil condition and chemically clean as specified on maintenance agreement.
    *Not included in OPTIONS agreement but can be provided for and additional charge of $125.00 if needed. If not included must receive customer approval on RAF before proceeding.
    *ADVANTAGE and PLATINUM agreement coils are cleaned once a year either during Heating or Cooling inspection. Please NOTE on WO when cleaned.
  • Clear condensate drain line with pressurized nitrogen.
  • Check outdoor coil for refrigerant leaks using and electronic leak detection device.
  • Check outdoor unit refrigerant coil condition and chemically clean as specified on maintenance agreement.
    *Not included in OPTIONS agreement but can be provided for an additional charge of $125.00 if needed. If not included must receive customer approval on RAF before proceeding.
    *ADVANTAGE and PLATINUM agreement coils are cleaned once a year either during Heating or Cooling inspection. Please NOTE on WO when cleaned.
  • Check outdoor unit electrical components, fan motor, and wiring connections.
  • Start system in heat mode using thermostat and observe operation.
  • Operate system for minimum of 10 minutes while checking operation.
  • Check refrigerant charge. Record indoor and outdoor temperatures and refrigerant suction and discharge pressures during this process.
  • Check the system defrost cycle.
  • Stop system and reset thermostat to previous setting or setting desired by homeowner.
  • Wipe down exterior of equipment.
  • Report and deficiencies or problems found with system.

Insure homeowner receives correct size and quantity of air filters per agreement.


Stanley Does It All

  • Commercial and Industrial
  • Residential
  • Heating and Cooling
  • Plumbing
  • Compressed Air

Professionalism

Stanley factory trained service technicians come prepared and with a well stocked van.


Friendly and Dependable Service


Office Hours
Monday-Friday 7:30 AM to 4:30 PM

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