Protect your home with our protection plan for reliable, economical repair coverage that helps keep your equipment in peak condition for a longer service life.

Automatic, periodic inspection, lubricating, adjusting, safety testing and cleaning of your heating and cooling system to keep it running at peak, trouble-free efficiency. Potential problems are identified before they cause any trouble. Complete checklist provided after each inspection call

The results of a study by Louisiana State University shows how a service maintenance program can save a significant amount of money on your monthly heating and cooling bill. 

The maintenance agreement increases system reliability and prolongs the life of the system. If you need repair service, the agreement entitles you to preferential treatment.

Our highly skilled experts are very knowledgeable which allows you to rely on them, and our company to give you fast, dependable, and fair service. We “worry” so you don’t!


Our Smart Choice Protection Plan is the perfect solution to save you, both, time and money. Whether you’re a commercial or residential client, our programs will offer you peace of mind all year around. We keep your heating and cooling system running at peak efficiency with periodic inspection, lubricating, adjusting, safety testing and cleaning. In fact, we even provide you with a checklist after each service call!


A service maintenance program is proven to save you money on your bills each month. Furthermore, it increases your systems reliability, and prolongs its life span. If you need any service repair(s), those enrolled in our program receive preferential treatment as well as discounted pricing.

15-point inspection


  1. Install gauges and check operating pressures.
  2. Check voltage and amperage to all motors with meter.
  3. Check air temperature drop across evaporator.
  4. Check for adequate refrigerant charge and possible leaks.
  5. Check evaporator superheat.
  6. Lubricate all moving parts.
  7. Check belt and adjust tension.
  8. Check filters.
  9. Check electrical lock out circuits.
  10. Check starting contractor contacts.
  11. Check all wiring and connections.
  12. Check thermostat operation.
  13. Check air temperature across condenser.
  14. Check that condensate drain is open.
  15. Provide general equipment condition report to the owner.


  1. Check thermostat operation.
  2. Check all safety controls.
  3. Vacuum burners, and heat exchanger.
  4. Check pilot assembly.
  5. Adjust burner for peak efficiency.
  6. Check for gas/oil leaks in furnace.
  7. Lubricate all moving parts.
  8. Check belt and adjust tension.
  9. Check filters.
  10. Check venting system.
  11. Check and clean condensate lines.
  12. Carbon monoxide testing.
  13. Check pump pressure or gas pressure and adjust, if necessary.
  14. Inspect heat exchangers for dangerous holes or cracks.
  15. Provide general equipment condition report to the owner.