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Home Comfort Systems

We understand that no other single system in your home plays a larger role in your comfort; Or exhausts your utility bill more than your HVAC system. That’s why we specialize in comfortable, cost-effective heating/cooling solutions, including furnaces, boilers, air conditioners and heat pumps.

We provide 2 P.T.P.C. visits when you become a Preferred customer through our safety and efficiency agreement. We’ll tune up your home comfort system through our 23 point inspection list, We’ll provide a written report on your HVAC system efficiency and provide necessary recommendations. We also provide accessory coverage on humidification systems, electronic air purification systems, UV germicidal lights, and water heaters. As an incentive Maximum Mechanical offers you a 90 day trial period with the SEA. If for any reason your not satisfied we’ll refund your money. That’s our Risk-Free Guarantee (23-point inspection is provided on an as needed basis; ask for details)

The Importance of Your Home Comfort System

Your HVAC system maintenace is no different than your car maintenace. Your gas furnace, oil furnace, boiler, air conditioner or heat pump all require regular maintenance to insure safe and efficient system operation.

Our professional heating / cooling technicians attend manufacter, nate, and trade training on a regular basis to maintain their certification and trouble shooting skills. Maximum Mechanical keeps abreast of energy efficient advances in the industry. It is our philosophy that an educated technician using the latest diagnostic tools and techniques can quickly solve and repair any problem that you might have with your furnace, heat pump, air conditioning or heating equipment.

As well with the current economic circumstances many home owners will be interested in using other resources to provide in home comfort. The leading factor in that investment is “When will I make my money back?” Maximum Mechanicals answer to this FAQ is represented in their proposals as total cost. We understand how hard it is to make a decision like that, The truth is the only way to make back your investment money is to find the contractor you trust the most with the most competative price. In fact with our financing options we strive to be the most competative priced hvac contractor.

Systems Design and Project Management

We specialize in retrofitting older buildings with new heating and cooling systems. We’ll also take on the installation of systems in new buildings from the ground up.

Precision Furnace Tune-up Benefits:

  •  Lower utility bills.
  • Extended equipment life.
  • Fewer repairs, breakdowns, and improved system reliability.
  • Peace of mind for you and your family.
  • Increased heating capacity.
  • Priority service scheduling

Precision Air-Conditioning Tune-up Benefits:

  • Lower utility bills by reducing energy consumption and waste.
  • Extended equipment life.
  • Peace of mind for you and your family.
  • Fewer repairs, and improved system reliability.
  • Increased cooling capacity and efficiency.

Our Exclusive Precision Tune-Up Procedure Includes, As Needed:

  • Inspect and tighten all electrical connections and terminals.
  • Remove, clean, and adjust main gas burners.
  • Remove, clean, and adjust ignition/pilot assembly.
  • Thoroughly brush and vacuum clean the heat-exchanger(s) and combustion chambers.
  • Inspect heat-exchanger(s) & combustion chambers for cracks, rusting, or problem areas.
  • Vacuum out blower compartment; return airdrop, and surrounding area. (No duct cleaning)
  • Clean all return air grills throughout the home.
  • Inspect the flue assembly and test flue gas drafting mechanism.
  • Test and inspect all furnace safety controls.
  • Test, record, and adjust gas pressure.
  • Replace or clean standard air filters.
  • Remove and clean blower motor, drive mechanism and fan assembly.
  • Lubricate all fan motors and all moving parts.
  • Measure and adjust blower for correct airflow.
  • Adjust all dampers and set proper blower speed(s).
  • Clean, level, test, and calibrate thermostat.
  • Measure and record heating system output.
  • Inspect and test thermocouple output as well as pilot safety switch.
  • Measure and record electrical voltage, amperage, and component resistance.
  • Inspect and test all system transformers, relays, contactors, and controls. Measure performance
  • Repair minor air leaks in plenum and return airdrop.
  • Perform a complete and thorough, room-by-room, electronic carbon monoxide check of the entire house.
  • Advise customer on other ways to reduce energy consumption, improve safety and enhance comfort.
  • Apply weather resistant protective coating to the outside unit. (Condenser)
  • Chemically clean and thoroughly wash condenser coil(s).
  • Thoroughly clean or replace standard air-filter(s).
  • Wash and level condensing unit for proper motor and bearing wear.
  • Lubricate motor and fan bearings as well as other moving parts as necessary.
  • Clean and inspect evaporator coil and drain pan when readily accessible.
  • Clean and inspect condensate drain lines and fittings.
  • Clean, level, and calibrate thermostat.
  • Adjust and thoroughly clean blower motor and fan assembly as needed.
  • Inspect, tighten and test all electrical connections. This includes disconnect switch.
  • Inspect all cooling system electrical wires, connectors, and terminals.
  • Test system starting and running capacitors.
  • Test all controls, switches, relays, transformers, contactors, motors, and fans.
  • Measure starting and running amperes, line voltage, and control voltage.
  • Test system-starting capabilities.
  • Test system for proper airflow and air delivery.
  • Inspect and adjust all safety controls.
  • Monitor refrigerant (Freon) pressures and temperatures.
  • Test and record super-heat and sub-cooling. Compare with factory specifications.
  • Adjust Freon metering control device per factory/manufactures recommendations.
  • Test and measure air-conditioning system for proper production and capacity.
  • Monitor fan motors and compressor operating temperatures.
  • Complete and present full written report.

PHONE: (703) 618-9756
FAX: (703) 991-5570
Contractors License: 2705132653