Maintenance Agreements

HVAC Maintenance Agreements

This is how you’ll benefit from regular maintenance:

  • Lower energy bills
  • Better air quality
  • More comfort for your family
  • Greater efficiency for your system
  • Less repairs over the long run
  • Longevity for your equipment
  • Greater safety

When you install a heating and/or cooling system, you have made a major investment in your home, and that investment has to be protected. And you can do just that with a Preferred Maintenance Agreement (PMA) from Pagor Heating & Cooling. Let us take care of your system, so your family can live in comfort, no matter what time of the year!

Call Pagor today and check out these special rate!


(based on two seasonal tune-ups)

1 system $130/year
(Regular price = $178; start with savings of $48)

2 systems $240/year
(Regular price = $356; start with savings of $156)

3 systems $330/year
(Regular price = $534; start with savings of $204)

4 systems $425/year
(Regular price = $712; start with savings of $287)

Pagor Heating & Cooling’s affordable HVAC maintenance agreements helps protect your equipment and therefore saves you money.

HVAC Maintenance Services

Our HVAC Maintenance Services Include

Spring Air Conditioning Inspection Includes:

  • compressor amps
  • condenser unit fan motor amps
  • fan blade
  • Oil condenser fan motor, if required
  • condenser coil
  • condenser cabinet
  • contactor
  • high and low pressure safety switches
  • relays and capacitors
  • insulation on refrigerant lines
  • inspect drain line
  • blower operation
  • drain pans
  • thermostat
  • electrical disconnect
  • Schrader valves for leaks
  • for safety pan float switch or inline overflow switch
  • condensate pump
  • evaporator coil
  • refrigerant charge
  • ducts, by visual inspection

Fall Furnace and Heating Inspection Includes:

  • burners (cleaned as well)
  • heat exchanger (cleaned as well if accessible)
  • flue
  • gas valve
  • ignition and igniter assembly
  • furnace cabinet
  • all fan limit and safety switches
  • oil blower motor (if needed)
  • and clean flame sensor
  • humidifier (if applicable)
  • electrical connections in furnace
  • thermostat
  • for gas leaks at furnace
  • inlet and outlet gas pressure
  • blower wheel
  • furnace condensate drain if required
  • ducts, by visual inspection
  • furnace and flue for proper clearance from combustibles
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