Before heat was invented, people only used fans to make themselves sound like Darth Vader. Protect yourself from the harassment of heat or the cruelty of cold with today's Groupon: for $49, you get a safety and operational inspection and performance-enhancing tune-up for either your air conditioner or your furnace from Church Plumbing and Heating in Elkhart.
Directed by detailed checklists of all-points, performance enhancing tune-ups, the technicians of Church Plumbing and Heating perform gas pressure procedurals, cooling coil questioning, and blower wheel bargaining tactics to ensure that air conditioners cool to their capabilities and the furnace is the only object in the room blowing hot air. To summon the full spectrum of the air conditioner's performance, a safety and operational inspection analyzes the strength, power, and emotional well being of the machine. Once an air conditioner is confirmed safe, your modern day Aeolus cleans and degreases the outdoor coil, the indoor coil, and the blower wheel. The professional opinion of a trained technician will determine that the indoor coil is not using its outdoor voice. Then the blower compartment basks in a warm bath, and the indoor unit swathes itself in protective coating to keep the heat waves away.
The 22-point furnace safety inspection begins by addressing the heat exchanger, burners, filters, and motors. To maintain the safety of the house and its inhabitants, the gas valve is given attentive treatment. The integrity of the pressure switches and limit switches are inspected to make sure the heat doesn't fail and allow the cold to pull the old switcheroo. The gas pressure is gauged and the flame sensor is treated to make sure the carefully crafted square dance of fire and fuel results in safe, room filling warmth. A thorough cleanse, addressing blower wheels, compartments, and condensate drains, finishes the freshening of the furnace, leaving it clean and confident enough to approach the TK.
Professional, punctual, prepared technicians inspire the confidence of owner Michael J. Church, whose "Nun Better" guarantee promises services waived and charges paid out of pocket if his proposed conditions are not met.