repairs

Restoring Comfort with Urgency and Accuracy

A loss of heat on a frigid winter morning, or lack of cool air on a blistering summer afternoon, can make for some real discomfort. Our service department brings years of technical expertise to restoring and maintaining perfect air comfort for homes or commercial facilities.

  • Our friendly, and helpful, dispatch-team work with you and the service technicians to schedule the help you need as quickly as possible.
  • With one of the largest HVAC service departments in the area, and a technician on-call every hour of every day, you don’t have to wait long for help to arrive.
  • A highly trained service technician provides an accurate diagnosis of the issue, and explains what work is necessary to restore the air comfort.
  • With the know-how and commitment to get it fixed right, the service technician will get your HVAC system running smoothly again.
  • Optional maintenance plans can save you money on HVAC operating costs and service calls, while increasing the longevity of your equipment.

Most of our service technicians complete a 4-year apprenticeship program, are LEB licensed, NATE certified, and EPA certified for refrigerant handling.

planned maintenance

The Smart and Efficient Way to Reliable Comfort

HVAC systems are vital to the comfort and health of your indoor air quality, and they typically consume more than 40 percent of the energy used by a home or facility. Routine upkeep is necessary for continued optimal comfort while minimizing the expense of this system—making a planned maintenance agreement a very smart choice.

  • Increase the longevity of your heating and cooling equipment and prevent unexpected repair or equipment replacement costs.
  • An HVAC system running optimally increases efficiency and, in turn, reduces energy expenses.
  • A highly trained service technician completes a thorough and detailed inspection of the system operations, and addresses any issues that need attention.
  • Potential hazards are reduced and the indoor air is kept as healthy as possible, providing you some added peace of mind.

Utility bills, repair costs & early equipment replacement can cost more than a maintenance planA maintenance plan is a lightweight solution compared to the financial burden of a neglected HVAC system.

2 Residential Maintenance Plans to Choose From

Smart+ Plan
Smart Plan
  • 2 preventative maintenance visits
  • No overtime charges on after-hour service calls
  • 20% discount on parts
  • No labor charges on service calls or equipment repairs
  • Guaranteed same-day service
  • 2 preventative maintenance visits
  • No overtime charges on after-hour service calls
  • 10% discount on parts

Learn About Commercial Maintenance Plans Here

All Residential Maintenance Plans Include the Following Evaluations

  • System Check

    Air Filters

    • Verify type: Disposable; PMAC; EAC; Pure Air; BMAC; HC
    • Determine location: In unit; Return air grill; Filter cabinet
    • Replace or clean filters
    • Change bulbs and catalyst

    Blower Section

    • Evaluate wheel and check for vibration
    • Lubricate motor and bearings as needed
    • Check mount, end play, motor wiring, and air flow settings
  • Heating and Cooling Operations Check

    Heat Pump

    • Check cleanliness of coils (indoor and outdoor)
    • Check wiring and controls
    • Check heat strip operations (amperage and staging)
    • Visually inspect run capacitor
    • Check condenser fan
    • Visually inspect compressor contactor
    • Check refrigerant pressures
    • Check defrost operation
    • Visually inspect refrigerant piping for leaks

     

    Gas Heat

    • Check wiring and controls
    • Check burners
    • Check flue
    • Check heat exchanger
    • Check combustion blower
    • Check condensate
    • Check flame sensor
    • Check temperature rise

    Oil Heat

    • Change oil filter as needed
    • Check wiring and controls
    • Replace nozzle
    • Set and clean electrodes
    • Check cad cell
    • Check smoke and flue-draft readings, and CO2 percentage
    • Calculate efficiency

     

    Air Conditioner

    • Check cleanliness of coils (indoor and outdoor)
    • Check wiring
    • Check condensate
    • Visually inspect capacitors and compressor contactor
    • Check condenser fan
    • Visually inspect refrigerant piping for leaks
    • Check refrigerant pressures
    • Check temperature split
  • Accessories Check
    • Check humidifier operation
    • Check UV light
    • Check HRV operation
    • Check HEPA operation
    • Check zone system operation

Right now, get 1/2 off the price of a new filter when you schedule your next planned maintenance online. If you have purchased a Residential Maintenance Plan, click on the link above to schedule your maintenance appointment. Please note: Your maintenance agreement number is a requirement in our on-line form, so please make sure to have it ready before continuing.

Medford  541.361.4030

Klamath Falls  541.359.3356

Medford, OR

Tel  541.361.4030

3825 Crater Lake Hwy
Medford, OR 97504

Klamath Falls, OR

Tel  541.359.3356

4168 Washburn Way
Klamath Falls, OR 97601

Oregon CCB #529 :: California License #382691, dba Metal Masters Air Conditioning

Committed to Your Comfort

Metal Masters, Inc. has been serving the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) needs of southern Oregon and northern California since 1968. With locations in Medford and Klamath Falls, we provide first-rate indoor air comfort along with high-efficiency equipment, thorough installations, accurate service, and cost-saving maintenance for residential homes and commercial facilities throughout the region.

planned maintenance

The Smart and Efficient Way to Reliable Comfort

HVAC systems are vital to the comfort and health of your indoor air quality, and they typically consume more than 40 percent of the energy used by a home or facility. Routine upkeep is necessary for continued optimal comfort while minimizing the expense of this system—making a planned maintenance agreement a very smart choice.

  • Increase the longevity of your heating and cooling equipment and prevent unexpected repair or equipment replacement costs.
  • An HVAC system running optimally increases efficiency and, in turn, reduces energy expenses.
  • A highly trained service technician completes a thorough and detailed inspection of the system operations, and addresses any issues that need attention.
  • Potential hazards are reduced and the indoor air is kept as healthy as possible, providing you some added peace of mind.

Utility bills, repair costs & early equipment replacement can cost more than a maintenance planA maintenance plan is a lightweight solution compared to the financial burden of a neglected HVAC system.

2 Residential Maintenance Plans to Choose From

Smart+ Plan
Smart Plan
  • 2 preventative maintenance visits
  • No overtime charges on after-hour service calls
  • 20% discount on parts
  • No labor charges on service calls or equipment repairs
  • Guaranteed same-day service
  • 2 preventative maintenance visits
  • No overtime charges on after-hour service calls
  • 10% discount on parts

All Residential Maintenance Plans Include the Following Evaluations

  • System Check

    Air Filters

    • Verify type: Disposable; PMAC; EAC; Pure Air; BMAC; HC
    • Determine location: In unit; Return air grill; Filter cabinet
    • Replace or clean filters
    • Change bulbs and catalyst

    Blower Section

    • Evaluate wheel and check for vibration
    • Lubricate motor and bearings as needed
    • Check mount, end play, motor wiring, and air flow settings
  • Heating and Cooling Operations Check

    Heat Pump

    • Check cleanliness of coils (indoor and outdoor)
    • Check wiring and controls
    • Check heat strip operations (amperage and staging)
    • Visually inspect run capacitor
    • Check condenser fan
    • Visually inspect compressor contactor
    • Check refrigerant pressures
    • Check defrost operation
    • Visually inspect refrigerant piping for leaks

     

    Gas Heat

    • Check wiring and controls
    • Check burners
    • Check flue
    • Check heat exchanger
    • Check combustion blower
    • Check condensate
    • Check flame sensor
    • Check temperature rise

    Oil Heat

    • Change oil filter as needed
    • Check wiring and controls
    • Replace nozzle
    • Set and clean electrodes
    • Check cad cell
    • Check smoke and flue-draft readings, and CO2 percentage
    • Calculate efficiency

     

    Air Conditioner

    • Check cleanliness of coils (indoor and outdoor)
    • Check wiring
    • Check condensate
    • Visually inspect capacitors and compressor contactor
    • Check condenser fan
    • Visually inspect refrigerant piping for leaks
    • Check refrigerant pressures
    • Check temperature split
  • Accessories Check
    • Check humidifier operation
    • Check UV light
    • Check HRV operation
    • Check HEPA operation
    • Check zone system operation

Right now, get 1/2 off the price of a new filter when you schedule your next planned maintenance online. If you have purchased a Residential Maintenance Plan, click on the link above to schedule your maintenance appointment. Please note: Your maintenance agreement number is a requirement in our on-line form, so please make sure to have it ready before continuing.

Oregon CCB #529 :: California License #382691, dba Metal Masters Air Conditioning

Most of our service technicians complete a 4-year apprenticeship program, are LEB licensed, NATE certified, and EPA certified for refrigerant handling.

planned maintenance

The Smart and Efficient Way to Reliable Comfort

HVAC systems are vital to the comfort and health of your indoor air quality, and they typically consume more than 40 percent of the energy used by a home or facility. Routine upkeep is necessary for continued optimal comfort while minimizing the expense of this system—making a planned maintenance agreement a very smart choice.

  • Increase the longevity of your heating and cooling equipment and prevent unexpected repair or equipment replacement costs.
  • An HVAC system running optimally increases efficiency and, in turn, reduces energy expenses.
  • A highly trained service technician completes a thorough and detailed inspection of the system operations, and addresses any issues that need attention.
  • Potential hazards are reduced and the indoor air is kept as healthy as possible, providing you some added peace of mind.

Utility bills, repair costs & early equipment replacement can cost more than a maintenance planA maintenance plan is a lightweight solution compared to the financial burden of a neglected HVAC system.

2 Residential Maintenance Plans to Choose From

Smart+ Plan
Smart Plan
  • 2 preventative maintenance visits
  • No overtime charges on after-hour service calls
  • 20% discount on parts
  • No labor charges on service calls or equipment repairs
  • Guaranteed same-day service
  • 2 preventative maintenance visits
  • No overtime charges on after-hour service calls
  • 10% discount on parts

All Residential Maintenance Plans Include the Following Evaluations

  • System Check

    Air Filters

    • Verify type: Disposable; PMAC; EAC; Pure Air; BMAC; HC
    • Determine location: In unit; Return air grill; Filter cabinet
    • Replace or clean filters
    • Change bulbs and catalyst

    Blower Section

    • Evaluate wheel and check for vibration
    • Lubricate motor and bearings as needed
    • Check mount, end play, motor wiring, and air flow settings
  • Heating and Cooling Operations Check

    Heat Pump

    • Check cleanliness of coils (indoor and outdoor)
    • Check wiring and controls
    • Check heat strip operations (amperage and staging)
    • Visually inspect run capacitor
    • Check condenser fan
    • Visually inspect compressor contactor
    • Check refrigerant pressures
    • Check defrost operation
    • Visually inspect refrigerant piping for leaks

     

    Gas Heat

    • Check wiring and controls
    • Check burners
    • Check flue
    • Check heat exchanger
    • Check combustion blower
    • Check condensate
    • Check flame sensor
    • Check temperature rise

    Oil Heat

    • Change oil filter as needed
    • Check wiring and controls
    • Replace nozzle
    • Set and clean electrodes
    • Check cad cell
    • Check smoke and flue-draft readings, and CO2 percentage
    • Calculate efficiency

     

    Air Conditioner

    • Check cleanliness of coils (indoor and outdoor)
    • Check wiring
    • Check condensate
    • Visually inspect capacitors and compressor contactor
    • Check condenser fan
    • Visually inspect refrigerant piping for leaks
    • Check refrigerant pressures
    • Check temperature split
  • Accessories Check
    • Check humidifier operation
    • Check UV light
    • Check HRV operation
    • Check HEPA operation
    • Check zone system operation

Right now, get 1/2 off the price of a new filter when you schedule your next planned maintenance online. If you have purchased a Residential Maintenance Plan, click on the link above to schedule your maintenance appointment. Please note: Your maintenance agreement number is a requirement in our on-line form, so please make sure to have it ready before continuing.

Oregon CCB #529 :: California License #382691, dba Metal Masters Air Conditioning

A loss of heat on a frigid winter morning, or lack of cool air on a blistering summer afternoon, can make for some real discomfort. Our service department brings years of technical expertise to restoring and maintaining perfect air comfort for homes or commercial facilities.

Most of our service technicians complete a 4-year apprenticeship program, are LEB licensed, NATE certified, and EPA certified for refrigerant handling.

planned maintenance

The Smart and Efficient Way to Reliable Comfort

HVAC systems are vital to the comfort and health of your indoor air quality, and they typically consume more than 40 percent of the energy used by a home or facility. Routine upkeep is necessary for continued optimal comfort while minimizing the expense of this system—making a planned maintenance agreement a very smart choice.

  • Increase the longevity of your heating and cooling equipment and prevent unexpected repair or equipment replacement costs.
  • An HVAC system running optimally increases efficiency and, in turn, reduces energy expenses.
  • A highly trained service technician completes a thorough and detailed inspection of the system operations, and addresses any issues that need attention.
  • Potential hazards are reduced and the indoor air is kept as healthy as possible, providing you some added peace of mind.

Utility bills, repair costs & early equipment replacement can cost more than a maintenance planA maintenance plan is a lightweight solution compared to the financial burden of a neglected HVAC system.

2 Residential Maintenance Plans to Choose From

Smart+ Plan
Smart Plan
  • 2 preventative maintenance visits
  • No overtime charges on after-hour service calls
  • 20% discount on parts
  • No labor charges on service calls or equipment repairs
  • Guaranteed same-day service
  • 2 preventative maintenance visits
  • No overtime charges on after-hour service calls
  • 10% discount on parts

All Residential Maintenance Plans Include the Following Evaluations

  • System Check

    Air Filters

    • Verify type: Disposable; PMAC; EAC; Pure Air; BMAC; HC
    • Determine location: In unit; Return air grill; Filter cabinet
    • Replace or clean filters
    • Change bulbs and catalyst

    Blower Section

    • Evaluate wheel and check for vibration
    • Lubricate motor and bearings as needed
    • Check mount, end play, motor wiring, and air flow settings
  • Heating and Cooling Operations Check

    Heat Pump

    • Check cleanliness of coils (indoor and outdoor)
    • Check wiring and controls
    • Check heat strip operations (amperage and staging)
    • Visually inspect run capacitor
    • Check condenser fan
    • Visually inspect compressor contactor
    • Check refrigerant pressures
    • Check defrost operation
    • Visually inspect refrigerant piping for leaks

     

    Gas Heat

    • Check wiring and controls
    • Check burners
    • Check flue
    • Check heat exchanger
    • Check combustion blower
    • Check condensate
    • Check flame sensor
    • Check temperature rise

    Oil Heat

    • Change oil filter as needed
    • Check wiring and controls
    • Replace nozzle
    • Set and clean electrodes
    • Check cad cell
    • Check smoke and flue-draft readings, and CO2 percentage
    • Calculate efficiency

     

    Air Conditioner

    • Check cleanliness of coils (indoor and outdoor)
    • Check wiring
    • Check condensate
    • Visually inspect capacitors and compressor contactor
    • Check condenser fan
    • Visually inspect refrigerant piping for leaks
    • Check refrigerant pressures
    • Check temperature split
  • Accessories Check
    • Check humidifier operation
    • Check UV light
    • Check HRV operation
    • Check HEPA operation
    • Check zone system operation

Right now, get 1/2 off the price of a new filter when you schedule your next planned maintenance online. If you have purchased a Residential Maintenance Plan, click on the link above to schedule your maintenance appointment. Please note: Your maintenance agreement number is a requirement in our on-line form, so please make sure to have it ready before continuing.

Oregon CCB #529 :: California License #382691, dba Metal Masters Air Conditioning

  • Our friendly, and helpful, dispatch-team work with you and the service technicians to schedule the help you need as quickly as possible.
  • With one of the largest HVAC service departments in the area, and a technician on-call every hour of every day, you don’t have to wait long for help to arrive.
  • A highly trained service technician provides an accurate diagnosis of the issue, and explains what work is necessary to restore the air comfort.
  • With the know-how and commitment to get it fixed right, the service technician will get your HVAC system running smoothly again.
  • Optional maintenance plans can save you money on HVAC operating costs and service calls, while increasing the longevity of your equipment.

Most of our service technicians complete a 4-year apprenticeship program, are LEB licensed, NATE certified, and EPA certified for refrigerant handling.

planned maintenance

The Smart and Efficient Way to Reliable Comfort

HVAC systems are vital to the comfort and health of your indoor air quality, and they typically consume more than 40 percent of the energy used by a home or facility. Routine upkeep is necessary for continued optimal comfort while minimizing the expense of this system—making a planned maintenance agreement a very smart choice.

  • Increase the longevity of your heating and cooling equipment and prevent unexpected repair or equipment replacement costs.
  • An HVAC system running optimally increases efficiency and, in turn, reduces energy expenses.
  • A highly trained service technician completes a thorough and detailed inspection of the system operations, and addresses any issues that need attention.
  • Potential hazards are reduced and the indoor air is kept as healthy as possible, providing you some added peace of mind.

A maintenance plan is a lightweight solution compared to the financial burden of a neglected HVAC system.

2 Residential Maintenance Plans to Choose From

Smart+ Plan
Smart Plan
  • 2 preventative maintenance visits
  • No overtime charges on after-hour service calls
  • 20% discount on parts
  • No labor charges on service calls or equipment repairs
  • Guaranteed same-day service
  • 2 preventative maintenance visits
  • No overtime charges on after-hour service calls
  • 10% discount on parts

All Residential Maintenance Plans Include the Following Evaluations

  • System Check

    Air Filters

    • Verify type: Disposable; PMAC; EAC; Pure Air; BMAC; HC
    • Determine location: In unit; Return air grill; Filter cabinet
    • Replace or clean filters
    • Change bulbs and catalyst

     

    Blower Section

    • Evaluate wheel and check for vibration
    • Lubricate motor and bearings as needed
    • Check mount, end play, motor wiring, and air flow settings
  • Heating and Cooling Operations Check

    Heat Pump

    • Check cleanliness of coils (indoor and outdoor)
    • Check wiring and controls
    • Check heat strip operations (amperage and staging)
    • Visually inspect run capacitor
    • Check condenser fan
    • Visually inspect compressor contactor
    • Check refrigerant pressures
    • Check defrost operation
    • Visually inspect refrigerant piping for leaks

     

    Gas Heat

    • Check wiring and controls
    • Check burners
    • Check flue
    • Check heat exchanger
    • Check combustion blower
    • Check condensate
    • Check flame sensor
    • Check temperature rise

     

    Oil Heat

    • Change oil filter as needed
    • Check wiring and controls
    • Replace nozzle
    • Set and clean electrodes
    • Check cad cell
    • Check smoke and flue-draft readings, and CO2 percentage
    • Calculate efficiency

     

    Air Conditioner

    • Check cleanliness of coils (indoor and outdoor)
    • Check wiring
    • Check condensate
    • Visually inspect capacitors and compressor contactor
    • Check condenser fan
    • Visually inspect refrigerant piping for leaks
    • Check refrigerant pressures
    • Check temperature split
  • Accessories Check
    • Check humidifier operation
    • Check UV light
    • Check HRV operation
    • Check HEPA operation
    • Check zone system operation

Right now, get 1/2 off the price of a new filter when you schedule your next planned maintenance online. If you have purchased a Residential Maintenance Plan, click on the link above to schedule your maintenance appointment. Please note: Your maintenance agreement number is a requirement in our on-line form, so please make sure to have it ready before continuing.

Med  541.361.4030

Kla  541.359.3356

Oregon CCB #529 :: California License #382691, dba Metal Masters Air Conditioning

planned maintenance

The Smart and Efficient Way to Reliable Comfort

HVAC systems are vital to the comfort and health of your indoor air quality, and they typically consume more than 40 percent of the energy used by a home or facility. Routine upkeep is necessary for continued optimal comfort while minimizing the expense of this system—making a planned maintenance agreement a very smart choice.

  • Increase the longevity of your heating and cooling equipment and prevent unexpected repair or equipment replacement costs.
  • An HVAC system running optimally increases efficiency and, in turn, reduces energy expenses.
  • A highly trained service technician completes a thorough and detailed inspection of the system operations, and addresses any issues that need attention.
  • Potential hazards are reduced and the indoor air is kept as healthy as possible, providing you some added peace of mind.

A maintenance plan is a lightweight solution compared to the financial burden of a neglected HVAC system.

2 Residential Maintenance Plans to Choose From

Smart+ Plan
Smart Plan
  • 2 preventative maintenance visits
  • No overtime charges on after-hour service calls
  • 20% discount on parts
  • No labor charges on service calls or equipment repairs
  • Guaranteed same-day service
  • 2 preventative maintenance visits
  • No overtime charges on after-hour service calls
  • 10% discount on parts

All Residential Maintenance Plans Include the Following Evaluations

  • System Check

    Air Filters

    • Verify type: Disposable; PMAC; EAC; Pure Air; BMAC; HC
    • Determine location: In unit; Return air grill; Filter cabinet
    • Replace or clean filters
    • Change bulbs and catalyst

     

    Blower Section

    • Evaluate wheel and check for vibration
    • Lubricate motor and bearings as needed
    • Check mount, end play, motor wiring, and air flow settings
  • Heat/Cool Operations Check

    Heat Pump

    • Check cleanliness of coils (indoor and outdoor)
    • Check wiring and controls
    • Check heat strip operations (amperage and staging)
    • Visually inspect run capacitor
    • Check condenser fan
    • Visually inspect compressor contactor
    • Check refrigerant pressures
    • Check defrost operation
    • Visually inspect refrigerant piping for leaks

     

    Gas Heat

    • Check wiring and controls
    • Check burners
    • Check flue
    • Check heat exchanger
    • Check combustion blower
    • Check condensate
    • Check flame sensor
    • Check temperature rise

     

    Oil Heat

    • Change oil filter as needed
    • Check wiring and controls
    • Replace nozzle
    • Set and clean electrodes
    • Check cad cell
    • Check smoke and flue-draft readings, and CO2 percentage
    • Calculate efficiency

     

    Air Conditioner

    • Check cleanliness of coils (indoor and outdoor)
    • Check wiring
    • Check condensate
    • Visually inspect capacitors and compressor contactor
    • Check condenser fan
    • Visually inspect refrigerant piping for leaks
    • Check refrigerant pressures
    • Check temperature split
  • Accessories Check
    • Check humidifier operation
    • Check UV light
    • Check HRV operation
    • Check HEPA operation
    • Check zone system operation

Right now, get 1/2 off the price of a new filter when you schedule your next planned maintenance online. If you have purchased a Residential Maintenance Plan, click on the link above to schedule your maintenance appointment. Please note: Your maintenance agreement number is a requirement in our on-line form, so please make sure to have it ready before continuing.

A loss of heat on a frigid winter morning, or lack of cool air on a blistering summer afternoon, can make for some real discomfort. Our service department brings years of technical expertise to restoring and maintaining perfect air comfort for homes or commercial facilities.

Most of our service technicians complete a 4-year apprenticeship program, are LEB licensed, NATE certified, and EPA certified for refrigerant handling.

planned maintenance

The Smart and Efficient Way to Reliable Comfort

HVAC systems are vital to the comfort and health of your indoor air quality, and they typically consume more than 40 percent of the energy used by a home or facility. Routine upkeep is necessary for continued optimal comfort while minimizing the expense of this system—making a planned maintenance agreement a very smart choice.

  • Increase the longevity of your heating and cooling equipment and prevent unexpected repair or equipment replacement costs.
  • An HVAC system running optimally increases efficiency and, in turn, reduces energy expenses.
  • A highly trained service technician completes a thorough and detailed inspection of the system operations, and addresses any issues that need attention.
  • Potential hazards are reduced and the indoor air is kept as healthy as possible, providing you some added peace of mind.

A maintenance plan is a lightweight solution compared to the financial burden of a neglected HVAC system.

2 Residential Maintenance Plans to Choose From

Smart+ Plan
  • 2 preventative maintenance visits
  • No overtime charges on after-hour service calls
  • 20% discount on parts
  • No labor charges on service calls or equipment repairs
  • Guaranteed same-day service
Smart Plan
  • 2 preventative maintenance visits
  • No overtime charges on after-hour service calls
  • 10% discount on parts

All Residential Maintenance Plans Include the Following Evaluations

  • System Check

    Air Filters

    • Verify type: Disposable; PMAC; EAC; Pure Air; BMAC; HC
    • Determine location: In unit; Return air grill; Filter cabinet
    • Replace or clean filters
    • Change bulbs and catalyst

     

    Blower Section

    • Evaluate wheel and check for vibration
    • Lubricate motor and bearings as needed
    • Check mount, end play, motor wiring, and air flow settings
  • Heat/Cool Operations Check

    Heat Pump

    • Check cleanliness of coils (indoor and outdoor)
    • Check wiring and controls
    • Check heat strip operations (amperage and staging)
    • Visually inspect run capacitor
    • Check condenser fan
    • Visually inspect compressor contactor
    • Check refrigerant pressures
    • Check defrost operation
    • Visually inspect refrigerant piping for leaks

     

    Gas Heat

    • Check wiring and controls
    • Check burners
    • Check flue
    • Check heat exchanger
    • Check combustion blower
    • Check condensate
    • Check flame sensor
    • Check temperature rise

     

    Oil Heat

    • Change oil filter as needed
    • Check wiring and controls
    • Replace nozzle
    • Set and clean electrodes
    • Check cad cell
    • Check smoke and flue-draft readings, and CO2 percentage
    • Calculate efficiency

     

    Air Conditioner

    • Check cleanliness of coils (indoor and outdoor)
    • Check wiring
    • Check condensate
    • Visually inspect capacitors and compressor contactor
    • Check condenser fan
    • Visually inspect refrigerant piping for leaks
    • Check refrigerant pressures
    • Check temperature split
  • Accessories Check
    • Check humidifier operation
    • Check UV light
    • Check HRV operation
    • Check HEPA operation
    • Check zone system operation

Right now, get 1/2 off the price of a new filter when you schedule your next planned maintenance online. If you have purchased a Residential Maintenance Plan, click on the link above to schedule your maintenance appointment. Please note: Your maintenance agreement number is a requirement in our on-line form, so please make sure to have it ready before continuing.

Oregon CCB #529 :: California License #382691, dba Metal Masters Air Conditioning

Most of our service technicians complete a 4-year apprenticeship program, are LEB licensed, NATE certified, and EPA certified for refrigerant handling.

planned maintenance

The Smart and Efficient Way to Reliable Comfort

HVAC systems are vital to the comfort and health of your indoor air quality, and they typically consume more than 40 percent of the energy used by a home or facility. Routine upkeep is necessary for continued optimal comfort while minimizing the expense of this system—making a planned maintenance agreement a very smart choice.

  • Increase the longevity of your heating and cooling equipment and prevent unexpected repair or equipment replacement costs.
  • An HVAC system running optimally increases efficiency and, in turn, reduces energy expenses.
  • A highly trained service technician completes a thorough and detailed inspection of the system operations, and addresses any issues that need attention.
  • Potential hazards are reduced and the indoor air is kept as healthy as possible, providing you some added peace of mind.

2 Residential Maintenance Plans to Choose From

Smart+ Plan
  • 2 preventative maintenance visits
  • No overtime charges on after-hour service calls
  • 20% discount on parts
  • No labor charges on service calls or equipment repairs
  • Guaranteed same-day service
Smart Plan
  • 2 preventative maintenance visits
  • No overtime charges on after-hour service calls
  • 10% discount on parts

Learn About Commercial Maintenance Plans Here

A maintenance plan is a lightweight solution compared to the financial burden of a neglected HVAC system.

All Residential Maintenance Plans Include the Following Evaluations

  • System Check

    Air Filters

    • Verify type: Disposable; PMAC; EAC; Pure Air; BMAC; HC
    • Determine location: In unit; Return air grill; Filter cabinet
    • Replace or clean filters
    • Change bulbs and catalyst

     

    Blower Section

    • Evaluate wheel and check for vibration
    • Lubricate motor and bearings as needed
    • Check mount, end play, motor wiring, and air flow settings
  • Heat/Cool Operations Check

    Heat Pump

    • Check cleanliness of coils (indoor and outdoor)
    • Check wiring and controls
    • Check heat strip operations (amperage and staging)
    • Visually inspect run capacitor
    • Check condenser fan
    • Visually inspect compressor contactor
    • Check refrigerant pressures
    • Check defrost operation
    • Visually inspect refrigerant piping for leaks

     

    Gas Heat

    • Check wiring and controls
    • Check burners
    • Check flue
    • Check heat exchanger
    • Check combustion blower
    • Check condensate
    • Check flame sensor
    • Check temperature rise

     

    Oil Heat

    • Change oil filter as needed
    • Check wiring and controls
    • Replace nozzle
    • Set and clean electrodes
    • Check cad cell
    • Check smoke and flue-draft readings, and CO2 percentage
    • Calculate efficiency

     

    Air Conditioner

    • Check cleanliness of coils (indoor and outdoor)
    • Check wiring
    • Check condensate
    • Visually inspect capacitors and compressor contactor
    • Check condenser fan
    • Visually inspect refrigerant piping for leaks
    • Check refrigerant pressures
    • Check temperature split
  • Accessories Check
    • Check humidifier operation
    • Check UV light
    • Check HRV operation
    • Check HEPA operation
    • Check zone system operation

Right now, get 1/2 off the price of a new filter when you schedule your next planned maintenance online. If you have purchased a Residential Maintenance Plan, click on the link above to schedule your maintenance appointment. Please note: Your maintenance agreement number is a requirement in our on-line form, so please make sure to have it ready before continuing.

Oregon CCB #529 :: California License #382691, dba Metal Masters Air Conditioning