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Preventative Maintenance


A precision tune-up maintenance is often overlooked by homeowners. This results in the most expensive appliance in the house being neglected until it breaks down and costs a lot of money to repair or replace. Ignoring yearly maintenance on your heating and cooling system is exactly like driving your car for more than 100,000 miles in one year without ever changing your oil. Not only does Cumberland Cooling provide affordable precision tune-up maintenance, but we also clean your coils as part of that maintenance, something many other companies will not offer. This is just one of the many benefits our yearly agreements give to you. Have a look at just some of the benefits below and remember that Cumberland Cooling is in business to provide you with peace of mind.


  • Lower Energy Bills
  • Extended Equipment Life
  • Fewer Repairs
  • Improved Capacity
  • Priority Customer Status
  • No Overtime Charges
  • Inflation Protection
  • We Call You To Schedule

Precision Tune-up Maintenance Prices

$75 first unit
$50 each aditional unit


  • Level and Check Thermostat for Proper Operation
  • Wash Air Filters when applicable
  • Remove Dust and Lint Build-up On Return Grill
  • Clean Air Cleaner Cells
  • Inspect Blower Motor Mounts for Safety and Tighten
  • Check Blower Fan Motor Voltage and Amperage
  • Inspect Fan Blades for Cracks and Balance
  • Inspect and Replace Blower Belt if applicable
  • Lube Fan and Blower Motors if applicable
  • Clean Exterior of Unit
  • Inspect Wiring for Cuts or Frays
  • Tighten Electrical Connections
  • Check Control Board and Control Fuse
  • Clean Condenser Coils in the Spring
  • Check Relays for Proper Operation Check Delay Timers for Proper Operation
  • Check Compressor Voltage and Amperage
  • Check Condenser Fan Operation
  • Check Schrader Pin Cores and Tighten Check Contactors for Burning and Pitting
  • Check and Repair Armor Flex
  • Visually Check for Refrigerant Leaks
  • Clean Debris from Condensing Unit
  • Check Evaporator Drain Pan for Leaks
  • Verify Drains are Properly Draining
  • Check Temperature Drop Across Evaporator
  • Check Temperature Rise Across Condenser
  • Check Refrigerant Charge
  • Check Disconnects for Signs of Burning and Pitting
  • Check Fuse Clamps for Tightness
  • Clean Evaporator Coil in the Fall if applicable
  • Check Reversing Valve Operation
  • Check for Proper Defrost Operation
  • Check for Combustibles Near Furnace
  • Visually Inspect Exterior of Flue Pipe
  • Remove and Clean Burner Bars if applicable
  • Check Fan Limit Control
  • Check Thermostat Heat Anticipator
  • Check for Proper Inducer Blower Motor Operation
  • Check Vacuum Switch Operation
  • Clean Flame Sensor
  • Check Hot Surface Ignitor for Proper Operation
  • Check Heat Exchanger for Signs of Cracking, Holes, or Rust
  • Clean and Vacuum Heat Exchanger Cells
  • Check and Adjust Gas Pressure
  • Check Temperature Rise Across Burners
  • Clean Drain Pan and Add Algae Tablets

For more information about our maintnenace program, contact Cumberland Cooling today.

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