Maintenance

Stop HVAC Problems Before They Start

Stop HVAC Problems Before They Start

Arrange for routine maintenance services

The secret to avoiding expensive HVAC repairs is simple: stay on top of your routine maintenance visits. Fire & Ice Air Conditioning, Inc. can take care of all your local maintenance work to keep your system running as it should. We work with many types of HVAC systems, including gas and electric furnaces, heat pumps and air conditioners.

Call 936-218-8166 today to schedule an appointment.

Know when to call for service

If you run into HVAC problems despite your efforts to avoid them, we'll be there to help you. You should call us if your unit is...

  • Making loud or strange noises
  • Leaking coolant or water on the floor
  • Refusing to turn on at all


We'll do everything we can to repair your unit and save you money. If your unit is past the point of repairs, we'll perform your full replacement. Reach out to us now for more information.

About Our Maintenance Plan

As a maintenance member you will receive TWO visits per year, ONE free service call, priority service, discounts on repairs, discounts on new equipment, discount on our HEALTHY HOME PACKAGE, better efficiency, better performance.

Cooling

  • Blower Motor - measure amperage and voltage for proper operation
  • Thermostat - test for proper operation, calibrate and level
  • Check existing air filter
  • Bearing - inspect for wear and lubricate
  • Inspect indoor coil
  • Condensate Drain - flush and treat with anti-algae
  • Inspect and clean Condenser Coil
  • Refrigerant - monitor for proper operating pressures
  • Safety Devices - inspect for proper operation
  • Electrical Disconnect Box - inspect for proper rating and safe installation
  • Electrical Wiring - inspect and tighten connections
  • Test/inspect contractors for burned, pitted contacts
  • Inspect electrical for exposed wiring
  • Inspect and test capacitors
  • Inspect fan blade
  • Clean condenser coil and remove debris
  • Inspect service valves for proper operation
  • Measure Supply/Return temperature differential
  • Inspect duct work for energy loss
  • Compressor - monitor, measure amperage and volt draw
  • Inspect wiring connections for the compressor

Heating

  • Carbon Monoxide - test air flow duct system for dangerous carbon monoxide
  • Thermostat - test for proper operation, calibrate and level
  • Inspect for combustible material around furnace
  • Ignition System - test for safe and proper operation
  • Exhaust System - test for proper venting
  • Measure Supply/Return temperature differential
  • Safety & Control Circuits - test for proper operation
  • Inspect and adjust fan belt tension (if applicable)
  • Lubricate and clean blower motor
  • Condensate Drain - flush and treat with anti-algae
  • Furnace Burner - clean and inspect
  • Heat Exchangers - clean and inspect (brush and vacuum)
  • Gas Pressure - measure and adjust for peak efficiency
  • Lubricate all moving parts per manufacture
  • Blower Motor - measure amperage and voltage for proper operation
  • Electrical Wiring - inspect and tighten connections
  • Combustion Vents - clean and inspect (upper and lower)
  • Natural Gas - check for leaks