Keep your system running right!

At Arctic Air, we’ve found that regular preventative maintenance is one of the best investments that you can make in regards to your heating and cooling system. We know that your HVAC system costs a lot, and we want to help you get the most out of it.

Our annual maintenance plan includes a spring and fall visit to your home. We typically perform spring tuneups between February – May, and fall tune ups between September-December.

To see exactly what we do on each visit, check out the lists below.

If you’d like to enroll, just let us know!


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Not only is regular maintenance required for most manufacturer’s warranties, but it also provides a number of additional benefits to you.

The biggest 4 are:
  • Improve the heating and cooling performance of your system
  • Reduce your monthly operation costs
  • Prevent many avoidable repairs (and reduce the cost of other repairs)
  • Increase the life of your HVAC system

It takes a lot to keep your system in tiptop shape.
Here are just some of the items we take care of while we are at your home.

Heating Assembly

  • Check burners
  • Check gas value and pressure
  • Clean pilot assembly
  • Adjust flame
  • Clean flame sensor
  • Heat exchanger analysis


  • Test blower capacitor
  • Check motor amps
  • Test primary relay
  • Test electric heat kit
  • Measure heat kit amps
  • Test limit switches


  • Check filter
  • Check flue pipe for leaks
  • Clear condensate drain
  • Run defrost cycle
  • Review thermostat
  • Clean indoor coil


  • Test refrigerant level
  • Measure suctions pressure
  • Measure head pressure
  • Check voltage and amps
  • Review oil level and condition
  • Leak check


  • Measure fan motor voltage and amps
  • Test start and run capacitors
  • Adjust fan pulleys and belts
  • Check motor bearings
  • Clean electrical connections
  • Review wiring
  • Test contactors


  • Check coil fins
  • Clean outdoor coil
  • Measure temperature differences
  • Check air filter
  • Review thermostat operation

See what other organizations say about preventative maintenance.

Energy Star

Energy Star has put together a detailed guide on maximizing the performance of your HVAC system, and include an in depth look at the maintenance process.

Department of Energy

The Department of Energy has a list of regular maintenance items, including some that you can do yourself!

International Journal of Scientific and Engineering Research

If you want something a little denser, check out this article from the International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research.

Indoor Air Quality Association

The Indoor Air Quality Association has a list of 6 reasons why maintenance is essential.