Pre-Season Maintenance
Preventative Service & Repair

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Seattle Residential Maintenance Plans



Many of our customers don’t realize HVAC equipment manufacturers recommend having their equipment cleaned and inspected annually to maintain peak performance and to ensure safe operation. Unfortunately neglected systems can create problems from overheating furnaces to deaths from carbon monoxide poisoning.

We will make sure your equipment is clean and safe before we leave giving you peace of mind that your building or home is safe and comfortable.

If it has been a year or more since your last inspection and cleaning, give us a call and we will be happy to get you scheduled for a system tune up!

Complete Mechanical offers a thorough 38 point inspection for our Maintenance Agreement customers. Ensure your heating and air conditioning systems will run reliably when you need them too.

Call or click to join our maintenance program and get peace-of-mind.

  • 1. Compressor amps
  • 2. Compressor volts
  • 3. Suction psig
  • 4. Discharge psig
  • 5. Superheat °f
  • 6. Electrical connections
  • 7. Contactor
  • 8. Refrigerant leaks
  • 9. Outdoor coil clean
  • 10. Outdoor entering °f
  • 11. Outdoor leaving °f
  • 12. Outdoor fan motor amps
  • 13. Outdoor fan motor volts
  • 14. Indoor cleanv
  • 15. Indoor entering air °f
  • 16. Indoor leaving °f
  • 17. Blower wheel balanced?
  • 18. Indoor fan motor amps
  • 19. Indoor fan motor volts
  • 20. Bearing condition
  • 21. Belt condition
  • 22. Condensate drain pan clean?
  • 23. Auxilary pan clean?
  • 24. Condensate drains clear?
  • 25. Condensate pump
  • 26. Air filter dirty?
  • 27. Defrost cycle
  • 28. Emergency heat operation
  • 29. Furnace flue
  • 30. Furnace burners
  • 31. Heat exchanger
  • 32. Main limits
  • 33. Manifold pressure
  • 34. Pilot assembly
  • 35. Thermostat
  • 36. Heat anticipator
  • 37. Smoke detector
  • 38. Duct system sealed?