HVAC Maintenance in Shelbyville, Murfreesboro, TN and Surrounding Areas


For heating and cooling equipment of every age, preventive maintenance can help maximize performance, lower utility bills, and extend the life of the system. At McKamey Heating and Cooling, we provide a variety of HVAC maintenance plans designed to provide peace of mind and save you money.

Preventive Heating & AC Maintenance Services

Routine maintenance is crucial to keep your heat pump, air conditioner or furnace running at peak efficiency throughout the year. When you purchase one of our flexible service agreements, you’ll enjoy many benefits:

  • Semiannual tune-ups
  • After hours service available for emergencies
  • Lower repair and utility costs
  • Improved reliability and performance
  • 10 percent discount on repairs
  • Priority service for plan members

It doesn’t matter what brand of equipment you own, seasonal tune-ups provide significant protections and savings when compared to neglected systems.

Total HVAC Maintenance

Seasonal heating and air conditioning maintenance is a great investment that can help maximize efficiency, improve comfort and lower the chance of an unanticipated breakdown in foul weather. When you purchase a heating and cooling maintenance agreement, our technicians visit your home twice a year in the offseason to calibrate, inspect, test and clean your equipment. We’ll find small problems before they become big issues that affect performance or cause the unit to quit altogether.

Check out a few of the services our HVAC maintenance plan members receive:

Heat Pumps and Air Conditioners

  • Check evaporator coil
  • Check refrigerant charge
  • Inspect and clean drain pan
  • Check and change filters where applicable
  • Clean debris from the condenser
  • Tighten electrical connections
  • Clear out the drain line
  • Check and confirm amp draw
  • Check airflow settings
  • Clean air handler
  • Clean condenser coils
  • Check voltage
  • Test float and safety switches


  • Test and inspect the blower assembly
  • Inspect the heat exchanger
  • Check the flame sensor
  • Measure furnace gas pressure
  • Adjust the burners if necessary
  • Test the b-vent assembly
  • Test and inspect the gas valve
  • Check wiring and electronics
  • Check the ignition system
  • Test safety controls
  • Test the primary circuit board

HVAC Maintenance for Better Performance and Savings

You’ve made a significant investment in your cooling and heating system, so doesn’t it make sense to protect it with one of our preventive maintenance plans? If you want to learn more about the benefits and cost of an annual HVAC service agreement, contact one of our friendly representatives today.

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