MART SERVICE

ECO

ECO is the newest maintenance plan from Hill & Company. It retains all of the benefits of our standard Smart Service Plan with the added convenience of 1 visit that many of our homeowners demand.
The Difference between an ECO and Standard Smart Service Plan

•1 ECO tune-up instead of separate AC and Furnace tune-ups
•Reduced price
•Includes a half price diagnostic(1/2 off regular price) if needed.
What is an ECO Tune-Up?

An ECO tune-up is a comprehensive Furnace and AC tune-up performed in one visit. ECO stands for:

Economical
•Save Time- You only have one appointment to take care of all of your HVAC maintenance.
•Save Money- Since a tech only has to travel once to your residence we are able to pass along the savings.

Eco Friendly
•While a small contribution, one less trip to your home reduces CO2 in the atmosphere. As a company this can add up to a reduction of over 30,000 miles per year or over 15 tons of CO2.
It's the Routine that Matters

We’ve been telling our customers this for years and it still rings true. It doesn’t matter what time of year your maintenance is performed, as long as you consistently take care of your system. Most ECO tune ups will be performed in the off season. We can’t perform an ECO tune-up when it’s freezing outside, but your air conditioner doesn’t know the difference between a warm November or May day. If you are maintaining it consistently you will get the most out of your system. 
Benefits
 
pre-scheduled tune ups.
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Priority Service
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No overtime charges for emergency service
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20% discount on repairs
Lower utility costs by keeping system in peak operating condition
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Ensure compliance with manufacturer's warranty requirements
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2 year labor warranty, 1 year part warranty or manufacturer's warranty
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Improve system reliability for fewer breakdowns and costly repairs
Your Smart Service annual tune-up include the following and more:
  • Inspect complete HVAC mechanical system
  • Spot check ductwork condition

  • Monitor a complete cooling and heating cycle

  • Measure refrigerant balance by temperature and with gauges if tech determines it is necessary (1-lb. of 410 a refrigerant if needed)

  • Clean condenser coil

  • Clean and adjust existing blower components

  • Tighten all electrical connections

  • Check thermostat calibration

  • Ensure all capacitors, motors, the compressor and other components are within specs

  • Measure temperature of supply and return

  • Inspect evaporator coil

  • Assess air filter condition

  • Test safety controls

  • Check thermostat calibration

  • Lubricate all moving parts as needed

  • Check for Carbon Monoxide

  • Examine heat exchanger for damage or corrosion

  • Clean and adjust ignition and burner assembly