Parina performance plus maintenance 


It's important this day in age to be green and energy conscious. That's why we rolled out the most comprehensive forced air furnace maintenance visit in the market. 

Airside analysis of the system

Forced air HVAC systems are only as efficient as the duct work they are installed on. Most systems lose 25-40% capacity due to inefficient duct work. In addition to our awesome regular maintenance, this visit gives you a snapshot of how efficient your system is, duct work and all. You get a breakdown of how efficient each piece of your system is and how it can be improved, all viewable on a tablet. The customer can also get a PDF copy sent to their e-mail.

Do you also have comfort issues? Upstairs too warm during the summer? Rooms too hot/cold? This maintenance visit gives a snap shot of what might be causing those problems.

Sometimes getting to the source of those problems might include additional testing, increasing sizing of ducts, increasing size of the filter, sealing duct work, or air balancing. 

We also preform a combustion analysis on the system. 

A combustion analysis sees how the fuel is being burned in the appliance. A constant sample of flue gasses (exhaust) is being sampled by a meter telling the technician how safe and efficient the fuel is being burned. Some company's just use a carbon monoxide (CO) meter, if they even test at all. That only tells you if the CO is high or not. What if it is high? It only gives you part of the picture. A combustion analysis tells you the whole picture so you know exactly what is happening. Oxygen, carbon dioxide, CO, temperature, combustion efficiency and more are displayed giving the technician all the information telling if the appliance is burning safely and efficiently. You cannot guess if the appliance is operating safely just by the color of the flames and gas pressure alone. 

Maintenance also includes - 

  • Vacuuming out furnace cabinet 
  • Inspect heat exchanger
  • Pulling and cleaning burners
  • Checking inlet and outlet gas pressure 
  • Checking/cleaning flame sensor 
  • Checking electrical connections, components, safetys
  • Checking ignition system
  • Checking temperature rise 
  • Checking filter (filter is not supplied with maintenance visit)
  • Checking thermostat

Introductory pricing is just $149.00 plus tax for the furnace Performance Plus maintenance visit. 

For a limited time only.

Call today and schedule your visit! (585) 509-8562

Take advantage of RG&E rebates! 

You may be eligible for a $25 tune up rebate from RG&E! Call for details. 

“Typical duct systems lose 25 to 40 percent of the heating or cooling energy put out by the central furnace, heat pump, or air conditioner. Homes with ducts in a protected area such as a basement may lose somewhat less than this, while some other types of systems (such as attic ducts in hot, humid climates) often lose more. Duct repairs could be the most important energy improvement measure you can do”

- US Department of Energy


“Why would you waste the energy savings from a new efficient air conditioner or furnace by connecting it to a leaky duct system? Properly sealed duct systems will lower your energy bills, increase your comfort and reduce pollution both inside and outside your home.”

- California Energy Commission


“The ducts that are part of central heating and cooling systems offer one of the best opportunities to increase your energy efficiency and your comfort. Studies indicate that 10%-30% of the heated or cooled air is lost—along with the money spent to heat or cool that air—through leaky ducts. Duct testing is strongly recommended when a new heating and/or air conditioning unit is being installed. If the existing duct system is leaky and inefficient before the new unit is installed, it will still be leaky and inefficient after the new unit is installed—unless the ducts are tested and sealed by a qualified contractor. It does not make sense to install a new, energy-efficient heating and/or air conditioning unit unless the duct system is also energy efficient. It is not unusual to find that sealing, repair, or renovation must be performed to complement a comprehensive HVAC installation. Properly sized, installed, and sealed ductwork will make your heating and cooling systems significantly more efficient.”

- Pacific Gas and Electric