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Maintenance Program

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Maintenance is more important than you may realize. This service can help you get more from your heating and cooling systems for a longer amount of time at a lower cost. Sound Heating and Air Conditioning Inc. not only provides maintenance services throughout the area but also offers maintenance plans to help provide the maximum level of benefits to our customers.

  • Proudly Serving Tacoma, WA Since 1989
  • Prompt Response, Excellent Products & Superior Service
  • Multiple Maintenance Plans to Fit Your Needs.

When you sign-up for one of our maintenance plans you’ll enjoy knowing that you are getting top-quality care for your systems and better peace of mind for yourself. Plus, you'll save extra money.

Sound Heating and Air Conditioning Inc.: Where we care about your comfort as much as you do. Contact us to sign-up for a maintenance plan today.

We provide the service plan your equipment needs:

Plan A – Gas Furnace

  1. Clean and adjust automatic controls.
  2. Clean burners.
  3. Adjust combustion for optimum fuel efficiency.
  4. Lubricate as needed.
  5. Test for combustion leaks.
  6. Test safety shutoff response.
  7. Check blower belt wear, tension, and alignment.
  8. Replace air filter.
  9. Check flue for satisfactory operation.

Plan B – Air Conditioner

  1. Clean condenser coil if necessary.
  2. Check electrical connections for tightness.
  3. Adjust system for optimum cooling.
  4. Check for oil and refrigerant leaks.
  5. Check safety devices.
  6. Check blower belt wear, tension, and alignment.
  7. Check expansion valve and coil temperatures.
  8. Replace air filter.
  9. Check refrigerant level.
  10. Check condensate drain.
  11. Lubricate as needed.

Plan C – Heat Pump

  1. Lubricate as needed.
  2. Check defrost cycle and reversing valve operation.
  3. Adjust air volume for maximum efficiency.
  4. Check safety devices and electrical connections for tightness.
  5. Check blower belt wear, tension and alignment.
  6. Check for oil and refrigerant leaks.
  7. Test electrical controls for proper operation.
  8. Check refrigerant level.
  9. Check refrigerant controls and coil temperature for maximum efficiency.
  10. Replace air filter.
  11. Check condensate drain.

Plan D – Electric Furnace

  1. Clean and check automatic controls.
  2. Check all wiring for loose connections and conditions of insulation.
  3. Check supply voltage.
  4. Check amperage draw.
  5. Lubricate as needed.
  6. Test safety shut-off response.
  7. Check blower belt wear, tension and alignment.
  8. Replace air filter.


We agree to

  1. Inspect the equipment on a scheduled basis as shown and during each inspection perform the applicable services per above checklist.
  2. Instruct you in the operation of the equipment.
  3. Give our service contract holders preference over all other service activity we normally undertake.

You agree to:

  1. Operate the equipment according to our instructions.
  2. Promptly notify us of any unusual operating conditions of the equipment.
  3. Permit our personnel the use of your common building maintenance tools such as ladders, etc.
  4. Permit only our service personnel and/or a service organization we authorize to work on the equipment.


During the term of this agreement, we will take all responsible precautions to avoid injury to persons and damage to property while on the premises, but we shall not be liable for any special or consequential damages.

We shall not be liable for losses or defects arising out of vandalism, fire, flood, wind, war, riots, and acts of God. In such cases, the customer shall be charged for the parts and labor involved at then current price for such items. No such parts or labor shall be furnished, however, without authorization of customer.

If your heating or air conditioning system fails to operate:

  1. Be sure thermostat is set on "Heat" or "Cool" as needed, and set properly.
  2. Check all switches, fuses and circuit breakers to be sure there is electricity to the unit.
  3. Check filters to be sure they are not clogged.
  4. Be sure the gas is on.

Proudly Serving The Greater Puget Sound Area Since 1989