Maintenance Agreement

One Complete AC/Heat Pump System Maintenance

$230 + $15.53(NC Tax) = $245.53

with each additional system add $128 plus tax.

 

* A special discount applies to homeowners that provide a key for us to access their home as part of a rental program with their property management company.

$200 + $13.50 (NC Tax) = $213.50
with each additional system add $108+ tax.

*Contact R.A. Hoy today for further details on the purchase of a Energy Savings Agreement for your home

Why R.A. Hoy Customers Benefit from our Energy Savings Agreement
  • 15% Discount

    Parts and labor for any required service or repairs.

  • Priority Service

    Your service call will be given priority over customers who do not sign up for the Energy Savings Agreement.  This will reduce down time.

  • Less Energy Use

    A clean and well-maintained system uses from 20% to 30% less energy.  The savings alone can pay for the Energy Savings Agreement.

  • Extended Service Life

    Regularly serviced equipment lasts up to 50% longer than non-maintained equipment.

  • Projected Equipment Failure

    Our highly trained service technicians may be able to predict future equipment failure.  Since the equipment is well maintained, there is a better chance it won’t break down during busy seasons or times of extreme weather conditions.

  • Peace Of Mind

    The security of knowing there is no down time on your rental property. Your system performance is monitored on a regularly scheduled agreement plan.

  • Energy Savings Agreements Are Transferrable

    Your agreement is transferable if your home is sold, adding value to your property.

  • Cost Effective

    Preventative maintenance equals cost savings.  On average, 68% of emergency trouble calls are a result of not using preventative maintenance.

  • Healthier Environment

    Dirty, non-maintained equipment can cause dust mites, poor indoor quality, soiling of grilles, walls and furniture.

What Do Tech’s Do When They Come Out to Do an ESA or PTU?
  • Technicians examine the physical condition on the indoor and outdoor units.  This includes taking model and serial numbers from the equipment.

  • Technicians record the outdoor and indoor air temperature, which shows the effectiveness of the system.

  • Technicians check the supply voltage at the disconnect.

  • Technicians check the electrical connections to see if they need to be tightened, etc.

  • Technicians check motor bearings to see if they need to be lubed or replaced.  They also check the belts to see if they need replacement.

  • Technicians will check the evaporator coil for cleanliness.

  • Technicians check for the size of the heater pack and the amperage.

  • Technicians will check the condensate drains.

  • Technicians will check the emergency pan and pan switch.

  • Technicians will check the ductwork condition.

  • In the outdoor sections, a Technician will clean the condensing coil as required, check wiring, check both the compressor amperage and fan motor amperage.

  • They will also check the accumulator, charge robber, muffler and drier for any visible damage or corrosion.

  • Technicians will check the TXV valve and reversing valve for operation.

  • Technicians will check the system pressures, both suction and discharge in the heating and cooling mode depending on the season.

  • Technicians will also check and calibrate the thermostat.

  • Technicians will also check and calibrate the thermostat.

  • A Technician will check for safety and safety controls.

  • Technicians will check the burner assembly and electrodes for cleanliness and adjustment for gas or oil furnaces.

  • Technicians will check the heat exchanger for cracks, leaks and cleanliness for gas or oil furnaces.

  • Technicians will check the fuel tanks for leaks and corrosion for gas or oil furnaces.

  • Technicians will replace filters.  If they are already done, they will leave some at the house.

  • Lastly, the Technicians will recommend any action needed to insure safe operation and save you energy in the long run.