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ATTENTION: If you notice a change in air flow, there are some things you can check before giving us a call. If the system is still not operating properly after the measures below, please call our 24 Emergency Service for assistance at 352-375-8555. Click here for A/C tips | Click here for Heating tips

 

sunshineSpring is the best time for your A/C System Tune-Up

Your cooling system should be cleaned thoroughly, inspected and adjusted by an expert technician, prior to starting up your system for the warmer weather. Changing the filter and inspecting internal parts will allow your system to operate more efficiently.

Call 352.375.8555 to schedule your tune-up

Ask us about current specials! 

 

Our 15 point inspection includes:

  1. Check refrigerant charge & operating pressures
  2. Check & clean conditioning coil
  3. Check air temperature
  4. Clean all controls and switches
  5. Clean & tighten all electrical connections
  6. Clean & oil conditioner fan motor
  7. Clean & oil blower motor (direct drive)
  8. Clean & oil motor bearing and shaft bearings (belt drive)
  9. Check belt for wear & tension, replace if necessary
  10. Check all pulleys for wear alignment, replace if necessary
  11. Check & clean evaporator coil, if necessary
  12. Check for any leaks
  13. Check condensate pan and line
  14. Check air filter
  15. Check thermostat
  16. Make necessary recommendations 

 

Having trouble with your AC - check these things ...

  • Inspect the air filter and, if dirty, replace it with the same size filter. Another possible cause of insufficient air flow is a blocked return-air or air supply-air grill. Make sure that furniture, boxes, etc are not blocking the return air or supply air grill.
  • Check that your room thermostat temperature selector is set below the house temperature as indicated on the thermostat, and the system switch is in the “COOL” position. Warning! Do not turn the thermostat on, off, and back on without allowing a few minutes to pass to avoid short cycling the compressor.
  • Is the outdoor unit power supply switched “ON”?
  • Check the circuit breaker panel for a tripped breaker.

 

Still need help? Call 352.375.8555

 


 

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Fall is the perfect time for a Heating System Tune-Up

Your heating system should be cleaned thoroughly, inspected and adjusted by an expert technician, prior to starting up your system for the cooler weather. Changing the filter and inspecting internal parts will allow your system to operate more efficiently.

Call 352.375.8555 to schedule your tune-up

Ask us about current specials! 

 

Our 15 point inspection includes:

  1. Check thermostat
  2. Check fan & limit control
  3. Check filters
  4. Clean all safety controls
  5. Clean burners & controls
  6. Clean & adjust pilot assembly
  7. Check for leaks in furnance
  8. Check and lubricate moving parts
  9. Check belt & adjust tension
  10. Adjust pressure regulatore
  11. Oil the motor & blowers
  12. Check combustion
  13. Check igniter cap
  14. Check complete furnace cycle
  15. Make necessary recommendations 

  

Having trouble with your heating - check these things ...

  • Check that your room thermostat temperature is set above the house temperature as indicated on the thermostat, and the system switch is in the “HEAT” position.
  • Check the blower access panel. Unit will not operate if not firmly in place.
  • On gas furnaces equipped with electronic ignition, turn room thermostat “OFF”, allow 5 minutes to pass, then set thermostat back to ” HEAT” to reset the ignition system.
  • Do you have the furnace power supply “ON”?
  • Check the circuit breaker panel for a tripped breaker.

 

Still need help? Call 352.375.8555

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Newmans Heating & A/C
P.O. Box 5425
Gainesville, Fl 32627-5425

Phone:
Service: (352) 375-8555
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Fax: (352) 375-0275