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HVAC Service Plans

Keeping your HVAC system running smoothly all year long.

Proactive Maintenance

Preventive maintenance is the best way to avoid costly breakdowns and repairs. By enrolling in our maintenance program, you can save energy, ensure maximum system life, and ensure your home systems are performing in top condition.

Legacy Silver Plan

  • 2 visits per year

  • Continues until canceled

  • $16.99 plan cost every month

  • 5% discount on jobs

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Legacy Diamond Plan

  • 2 visits per year

  • Continues until canceled

  • $24.99 plan cost every month

  • 10% discount on jobs

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Legacy Silver Plan Member Benefits

2 preventative maintenance visits per year (spring & fall)
5% off all repairs
Priority scheduling during peak season
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Legacy Diamond Plan Member Benefits

2 preventative maintenance visits per year (spring & fall)
10% off all repairs
Priority scheduling during peak season
Legacy Loyalty Credit of $50 a year that can be applied towards the purchase of a new system only, with a maximum potential credit of up to $500
(If membership lapses over 2 months, Legacy Loyalty Credit is voided.)

Preventative Maintenance Checklist

Our maintenance plans cover your full HVAC system so you can rest easy knowing your system is running smoothly and efficiently all year long.

  • Inspect the cleanliness and overall condition of the blower motor/wheel.
  • Inspect all wiring for proper and loose connections.
  • Inspect the condition of the evaporator coil.
  • Inspect drain lines/pan for blockage.
  • Test and inspect all capacitors.
  • Take ohm reading on contactors and inspect contacts.
  • Take amp draw readings on all motors and compressors.
  • Inspect and clean the condenser coil.
  • Check pressure readings on the system/check proper freon levels.
  • Inspect the disconnect/fuse box for the outdoor unit.
  • Test functionality of strip heat.
  • Cycle all stages and inspect the flame consistency of burners/exchangers.
  • Inspect cleanliness and design to prevent fire hazards of draft/flue.
  • Clean the flame sensor and test each ignition sequence.
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