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5 Reasons To Become A Mustang Club VIP

  1. Because Manufacturer's Require Maintenance
  2. Because it Saves Money
  3. Because it Improves Efficiency
  4. Because it Increases Equipment Life
  5. Because it Improves Safety & Reliability

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“Maintaining your air-conditioner can save up to 30% on operating costs, protect it from early failure, prevent mold from developing in the system and help it perform at its best.”

Research data from Louisiana State University


Exclusive Member Only Benefits

  • FREE - Diagnostic Service Calls
  • FREE - 5-Year Repair Guarantee
  • FREE - Seasonal Tune-Ups
  • FREE - Gas Fireplace Tune-Ups
  • FREE - VIP Priority Service
  • FREE - Chem-Wash Condenser Coil
  • FREE - $250 VIP Bucks for Repairs
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  • Indoor Blower Motor – This high voltage motor drives the Indoor Fan to distribute air throughout your home. We check it for cleanliness and measure the electrical amperage and voltage to assure safe and proper operation
  • Motor Bearings – We check them for wear and balance. If they’re permanently lubricated, we’ll check for oil leakage; otherwise, we’ll oil them if possible.
  • Indoor Fan – The indoor fan is a wheel with blades on it to move the conditioned air through your home. We check for cleanliness, balance and condition.
  • Outdoor Fan – The outdoor fan is usually a metal paddle blade type but may be carbon fiber or Bat Wing design. We check for cleanliness, balance and condition.
  • Thermostat – As a light switch turns on the lights, a Thermostat turns the HVAC system ON or OFF. Internal sensors tell it when the fan should operate and when to start cooling or heating system at your home. We check it for cleanliness, calibration and operation.
  • Air Filter – We’ll check the filter for cleanliness, if its dirty, and you have a filter on hand, we’ll change it for you.
  • Indoor Cooling Coil – The indoor cooling coil heats or cools air as the air is pushed through it by the indoor fan (it looks like a car radiator). If it’s easily accessible, we’ll inspect it for cleanliness, confirm that its draining correctly, and check for physical damage.
  • Outdoor Condenser Coil – We’ll check for cleanliness and wash it with water. (VIP Members get a complementary condenser coil wash using a special surfactant made specifically for condensers.)
  • Compressor – The compressor is inside the condenser (outdoor unit). It’s the heart of the system, pumping refrigerant back and forth between the outdoor unit and indoor unit. We gage its health by measuring amperage, voltage and refrigerant pressures. We also check the wiring for damage.
  • Time Delay Relay – Damage to the compressor can occur if it tries to start while its full of liquid refrigerant. The time delay relay prevents that from happening.
  • Service Valves – The service valves look like air valves on a tire. Its where the technician attaches his gauges to check the refrigerant levels. We’ll check them for leaks and damage.
  • Freon Check – Freon, or refrigerant, at the correct level, is the substance that makes the system cool. We use the most concise methods possible, to measure refrigerant levels so that they provide optimum comfort and efficiency.
  • Safety Devices – All Safety Devices, which are used to prevent damage to the HVAC system and/or to your home, are checked for proper operation.
  • Outdoor Electrical Disconnect – We’ll examine the high voltage electric service box, that controls electricity to the condenser, to make sure its operating properly and shows no signs of damage.
  • Low Voltage Electrical Wiring – This wiring is used to move low voltage electrical current between the HVAC components. Failure of the low voltage system will prohibit the system from operating. We look for physical damage, electric shorts and functionality.
  • Indoor and Outdoor Contactors – The contactor is like a cars starter motor. When you turn the key in your car, the starter engages, and the motor starts. When the contactor gets a signal from the thermostat to turn ON, the contactor engages, and the HVAC system starts. We check for wear, functionality and safety
  • Electrical Breaker – We make sure the breaker, that turns OFF electricity in an emergency situation, is consistent with the label on the equipment. We check the UL ratings and check for damage.
  • Start & Run Capacitors – Capacitors are like jumper cables for your car. When your battery is weak, getting a “Jump” supplements the battery charge and helps the motor to start. Capacitors store electricity, which it then used to help the motor start. A weak capacitor can damage the motor its associated with, causing expensive motor damage. We check them against their rated capacity and look for visible damage.
  • We check the “Delta-T” - which is the temperature differential across the coil. This gives us good information on the operation of your HVAC System. If it is not within the specifications as set by the manufacture, there is probably something wrong.
  • Ducts – We look for duct leakage, compression, or other failures. If a duct is punctured or severed, it can leak copious amounts of air into your attic. Studies by major universities and utility companies indicate an expected leakage rate of 30% or more. We visually inspect your ducts for sign of failure.
  • Vents – We examine the vents that blow air into your rooms and we inspect the vents that return air to the HVAC system, looking for excessive dust, rust, or microbial growth
  • Refrigerant Line Set – There are two copper lines that travel between the indoor unit and the outdoor unit. We visually check them for physical damage, proper installation and signs of leakage.
  • Refrigerant Line Insulation – The black tubing on the larger of the refrigerant lines is insulation. The copper should be completely covered with insulation for efficient operation.
  • Gas Leak Search – During the heating season we use a digital gas “Sniffer” to make sure that no combustible gas is leaking from any accessible connections on the HVAC system.
  • Carbon Monoxide Check – Carbon Monoxide, know as the silent killer, is the byproduct of combustion. Using a highly sensitive, handheld detector we check the air for signs of carbon monoxide.

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