Check Out Our Affordable HVAC Maintenace Program


Illinois’s muggy summers and frigid winters can wreak havoc on even the highest quality HVAC systems. Fortunately, you can help mitigate the effects of the elements on your heating and cooling equipment by addressing any repair issues immediately and ensuring you keep up with seasonal maintenance visits. The experts at Ray’s HVAC are qualified to work on all kinds of HVAC equipment, so you can rest assured that your system is in good hands.

Why a Maintenance Agreement is a Good Idea

There are plenty of compelling reasons for homeowners to invest in an HVAC maintenance plan. To begin with, routine inspections give your technician a chance to look for small issues that can progress into significant problems. If we find such an issue, we’ll inform you of the situation and clearly explain your options before taking action.

Regular tune-ups are among the most cost-effective ways to increase efficiency while also sustaining a comfortable home. Additionally, seasonal maintenance visits can help prolong the lifespan of your equipment and minimize the need for repairs as well as the chances of a breakdown.

Benefits of Our Platinum Service Agreement

  • Multipoint tune-up
  • Lower energy costs
  • Low monthly payments
  • 30% off service and repairs
  • Friends and family 30% discount
  • No overtime charges
  • Priority service
  • No breakdown guarantee (*up to the cost of the failed equipment’s service plan)
  • Increase service part & labor warranty from 90 days to 3 years (*excluding refrigerant)
  • Increase the labor warranty from 2 years to 5 years on new Carrier installations (*excluding refrigerant)
  • Loyalty program – earn $100.00 each year
  • 3-year inflation protection
  • No sign-up or cancellation fees
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Multipoint Inspection Checklists


  • Check thermostat
  • Replace customers supplied filter
  • Wipe down outside of the furnace
  • Wipe down inside of the furnace
  • Vacuum blower compartment
  • Vacuum burner compartment
  • Clean burners
  • Check heat exchanger
  • Clean flame sensor
  • Test ignitor
  • Check inducer motor amp draw
  • Check blower motor capacitor
  • Check all safety components
  • Check gas pressure
  • Boilers

    • Check thermostat
    • Wipe down outside of boiler
    • Wipe down inside of boiler
    • Vacuum burner compartment
    • Clean burners
    • Clean pilot or flame sensor
    • Test ignitor
    • Check all safety components
    • Check flue damper
    • Check zone valves
    • Check feeder valve
    • Check pressure valve
    • Check boiler pressure
    • Oil pump and motor
    • Check expansion tank
    • Check gas pressure

    Air Conditioners

  • Replace customer-supplied filter
  • Turn off humidifier
  • Check condensate drain for blockage
  • Check condensate pump for operation
  • Test blower motor capacitor microfarads
  • Check the amp draw on the blower motor
  • Vacuum or clean debris from the inside of outdoor condenser
  • Wash condenser coil with garden hose (when water access is available)
  • Inspect the condenser coil for damage
  • Check the contactor for wear and tear
  • Check outdoor wiring
  • Test outdoor capacitor microfarads
  • Check amp draw on condenser fan motor
  • Check amp draw on compressor
  • Check the temperature differential between the return drop and the supply plenum
  • 24 hour service

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