New Homeowners Checklist Here

JLH Heating checklist to the new homeowners! We will take the time to explain your heating & air conditioning system in terms you will understand. When it comes to your comfort & safety, there are no stupid questions. Please ask.

1. 20 point + Inspection of your HVAC system – making sure it is safe and ready to use. 

  • Check thermostat and calibrate if necessary
  • Check chimney base
  • Clean and check pilots
  • Adjust pilot
  • Check Thermocouple
  • Clean burners
  • Adjust burners
  • 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 humidifier*
  • Check electrical connections
  • Inspect heat exchanger for leaks
  • Check motors and oil if necessary
  • Check any/all accessories
  • Check and secure all panels
  • Check condensate hoses
  • Request Furnace Repair Service

2. Instructions on how to set your thermostat, Humidifier and other equipment.

  • How to use a programable thermostat to save on utility cost & change the batteries.
  • How to maintain optimal humidity levels.

3. What to do in an emergency.

  • Where to find your gas shut off, power switch or power breakers & water shut off valves.

4. What you can maintain on your own.

  • Where to find your filter, how often you should change it & proper installation.

5. How a annual maintenance agreement can save you money.

  • Lengthens the life of the equipment by keeping it in good working condition.
  • Maintains efficient equipment operation which saves you energy dollars.
  • Saves you money by reducing the costs of needed repairs.
  • Regular service protects your warranty.

6. Your Hot Water Heater, Yes we do that!

  • How to light your pilot, if applicable.
  • Where to locate your water valves.
  • Proper maintenance of your water heater.
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