Las Vegas Heating Maintenance & Furnace Tune-Up

Performing regular preventative heating maintenance on your furnace is critical to not only ensure efficiency but avoid expensive repairs. Even if your unit is packaged with both air conditioning and heating functions, certain components are only used in heating.

Homeowners in Southern Nevada tend to continuously run their AC units throughout the year while the heating function is only used once a year for a shorter period of time. This means that those components are sitting stagnant for a long time and must be tested before the fall/winter season.

Keep your furnace hot and reliable with a heating maintenance plan. At the Cooling Company, we’ll be happy to perform a one-time emergency furnace tune-up to prepare you for those cold desert nights.


HVAC technician performing heating maintenance


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Prevent Costly Repairs with a Furnace Tune Up

Preventative maintenance goes a long way to extend the life of your system. During the fall, all heating equipment and functions should be serviced.

Our tune-ups include checking all the vital systems of your HVAC system, including:

  • Check inducer draft motor operation.
  • Check igniter.
  • Inspect and clean flame sensor.
  • Check high limit safety switch.
  • Check burner operation.

And if problems DO arise, you’ll get 15% OFF our service!



Maintenace Plans for Home Heating Systems

A maintained heating system is a safe system. To ensure your furnace maintains its efficiency throughout the mild Las Vegas winters, The Cooling Company offers several packages and programs to suit your HVAC needs.


Residential Packages:

  • 1 Year Membership
  • 15% Off All System Repairs
  • Free Service Calls
  • Priority Scheduling on Holidays And Weekends
  • And much more!

The Comfort Club

  • Free Service Calls
  • $23.99 Cooling or Heating Tune-Ups – Filters Included
  • LIFETIME Warranty on Parts and Labor
  • Priority Scheduling (within 24 Hours)
  • And over $2000.00 of additional savings!


The Cooling Company’s 21-Point Heating Maintenance Checklist

Various minor issues can arise that can reduce the efficiency of your HVAC system. These small issues can put a strain on your furnace and lead to damaging and costly repairs. It is best to have these heating problems addressed by a professional HVAC technician with annual heating maintenance inspections.

During these inspections, you can trust The Cooling Company to:

  1. Visually inspect furnace for oil deposits, debris, etc. Apply pressure gauges to check operating pressures. 
  1. Inspect thermostat function and wiring. Ensure thermostat accuracy.
  1. Inspect ducting and ventilation. Change 1 Inch filters or specialty filters (if applicable). 
  1. Check return and supply air temperatures.
  1. Take a reading of the defrost cycle / supplemental heating and ensure it is at factory specifications.
  1. Check superheat.
  1. Collect amperage and voltage from the blower motor.
  1. Check blower motor function as well as belt tension.
  1. Inspect Blower assembly and bearings.
  1. Clean blower wheel and blower motor with vacuum. 
  1. Inspect and clean flame sensor.
  1. Visually inspect gas line for leaks and that the shut-off valve is functional.
  1. Check gas pressures for manufacturer specifications. 
  1. Inspect ignitor/pilot light for discoloration and efficiency.
  1. Visually inspect the exterior of heat exchanger.
  1. Check furnace exhaust for proper airflow.
  1. Check internal heat exchanger for cracks or discoloration.
  1. Inspect the contactor connection and electrical components.
  1. Check hi limit safety. 
  1. Follow wiring / electrical connections and ensure proper placement.
  1. Inspect disconnect box, confirm correct wire size and tighten connections.