Our 30 Point Heater / Furnace Tune Up
Clean furnace, as needed
Clean, check pilots, as needed
Adjust pilot, as needed
Clean burners, as needed
Adjust burners, as needed
Check fan belts
Check amperage draw
Check furnace filters
Check safety devices
Check heat anticipators
Check thermostat contacts
Check limit control
Inspect combustion chamber
Check blower wheel
Check blower motor and lube
Check furnace wiring
Check for combustion air
Check hot water tank
Check gas valve operation
Test for gas leaks
Check electrical connections
Inspect heat exchanger for leaks
Check motors and oil if necessary
Check any/all accessories
Check and secure all panels
Calibrate thermostat as needed
Make final operation test
Furnace Tune Up
Mini-Splits vs. Central Air
Mini-split systems have little-to-no ducts, so they avoid the energy losses associated with the ductwork of central forced air systems. Duct losses can account for more than 30% of energy consumption for space conditioning, especially if the ducts are in an unconditioned space such as an attic or basement. Central air systems require expensive and intrusive ductwork. Any homeowner who has priced out having central air installed understands how prohibitively expensive it is.
What is a Mini-Split?
Mini-splits are heating and cooling systems that allow you to control the temperatures in individual rooms or spaces.
Mini-split systems have two main components — an outdoor compressor/condenser and an indoor air-handling unit(s) (evaporator).
They are easy to install usually requiring only a three-inch hole through a wall for the conduit; which houses the power and communication cables, copper tubing, and a condensation drain line, linking the outdoor and indoor units.
Mini-split heat pumps are not only great solutions for whole home or new constructions but make good retrofit add-ons to houses with “non-ducted” heating systems, such as hydronic (hot water heat), radiant panels, and space heaters (wood, kerosene, propane).
They can also be a good choice for room additions where extending or installing distribution ductwork is not feasible, and energy efficient new homes that require only a small space conditioning system.
Climatrol Air® is Young Harris’
Elite Heating / HVAC Company
Rheem Pro Partners® are considered the elite of the elite authorized dealers under the Rheem® company name. This small group of NATE Certified members consists of highly trained Heating & Air Conditioning professionals who are licensed, professional and courteous. To become a Rheem Pro Partner, your company must demonstrate a proven track record of providing exceptional and workmanship.
Experience & NATE Certified
In Georgia, there really isn’t a “certification” process other than obtaining a state license. (Our license number is Ga. #CN210683) There is however a third party certification process that HVAC companies can elect to use to illustrate their company’s knowledge and commitment to ongoing education in the HVAC industry called “NATE,” or the NORTH AMERICAN TECHNICIAN EXCELLENCE.
Climatrol Air is a NATE certified company with 28 years Heating / HVAC experience. NATE is the nation’s largest nonprofit certification organization for heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVACR) technicians.
NATE tests represent real-world working knowledge of HVACR systems and validate the professional competency of service and installation technicians. Contractors, manufacturers, distributors and educators across the industry partner with NATE to develop knowledgeable, competent HVACR technicians.
Home and business owners choose HVACR contractors who employ NATE-certified technicians to get repairs done right – the first time.