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Initial Service / Work Set Up / Travel (scheduled service, time and fuel) ------------------------------------   $ 75.00
Maintenance Repair - Replace duct filter - $ 40.00
Maintenance Repair - Check for gas leaks - $ 70.00
Maintenance Repair - Carbon Monoxide test - $175.00
Maintenance Repair -
Check and clean standard gas furnace (oil furnace add $68.00 for filter and nozzle) -
$140.00
Maintenance Repair - Check and clean standard central A/C system (rooftop units add $50.00) - $100.00
Heating - Replace gas valve on furnace or boiler (standing pilot) and a new thermocouple $400.00
Heating - Replace gas valve on furnace or boiler (intermittent pilot or proven pilot) - $450.00
Heating - Replace gas valve on furnace or boiler (Milli-volt to standard standing pilot) - $350.00
Heating - Replace gas valve on furnace or boiler to intermittent pilot or direct spark including ignition module wiring, pipe fittings and new pilot tubing - $650.00
Heating - Replace gas valve on furnace or boiler to hot surface igniter (HSI), direct spark $350.00
Heating - Replace induced draft fan motor on furnaces or boilers, includes replacement motor - $400.00
Heating - Repair defective or broken HIS system with spark module - $180.00
A/C - Heat-Pump Replace condenser fan motor on 1.5 to 5 ton (double shaft motors add $150.) - $300.00
A/C - Heat-Pump Replace compressor 1.5 to 5 tons. Includes re- piping, additional refrigerant, replacing wires, terminals, etc. - $1,500.
A/C - Heat-Pump Electrical tune-up single phase heat pump or air conditioner;
Replace contactor, add hard start kit, replace damaged wiring, terminals, etc. -
$150.00
A/C - Heat-Pump Replace contactor single phase unit - $ 55.00
A/C - Heat-Pump Replace contactor three phase unit - $ 85.00
A/C - Heat-Pump Install liquid line sight glass and dryer - $250.00
A/C - Heat-Pump Mechanical tune-up with liquid line sight glass, dryer, high and low pressure controls, anti-restart timer (also known as the "rental property package") - $500.00
A/C - Heat-Pump Mechanical tune-up replace indoor coil includes with thermostatic expansion valve, hard start kit and sheet metal modifications - $1,000.
A/C - Heat-Pump Mechanical tune-up to add thermostatic expansion valves inside and out to a heat pump, includes hard start kit, re-wiring and piping modifications - $700.00
A/C - Heat-Pump Repair leaks on indoor coil "spider tubes", add expansion valve, high and low pressure controls, anti-restart timer, start kit (2 expansion valves for heat pump add $200.) - $500.00
A/C - Heat-Pump Replace condenser fan motor on 1.5 to 5 ton (double shaft motors add $150.) - $300.00
A/C - Heat-Pump Install / Modify system to a heat pump (no change to existing fuel) - approx. 2,500.
A/C - Heat-Pump Install / Modify system to a heat pump (change made to 100% electric) - approx. $3,700.
Initial Service / Work Set Up / Travel - $ 75.00
Thru-Wall, cut, install and seal - Property frame and siding - $575.00.
Thru-Wall, cut, install and seal - Property masonry - $625.00.
Thru-Wall Replacement, install and seal - Property masonry - $385.00.
Thru-Wall Replacement with additional cutting or modifications required - $75.00 per hour.
Window Unit, install and seal - no panels required - $180.00.
Window Unit, install & seal, customized panel & window modifications required - $280.00.
Split System, installation for a residence - Approx. - $1,780.00.
Split System, installation for a business or office - Approx. - $1,950.00.
New Installations - Replace / install / connect a residential furnace - $525.00
New Installations - Replace / install / connect a residential central A/C condensing unit - $650.00
New Installations - Set up / install / connect a residential A/C air-handler unit - $400.00
New Installations - Set up / install / connect a new 1.5 to 5 ton central A/C system - $1,300.
New Installations - Set up / install / connect a residential central A/C flex-duct system - $1,300.
New Installations - Set up / install / connect a residential boiler - $1,400.
New Installations - Set up / install / connect a residential oil tank - $380.00
New Installations - Roof Curb frame work, or pre-constructed (includes roof cut) - $650.00

New Installations - Roof Pitch-Pocket (includes roof cut) -

$325.00
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HVAC Industry Glossary of Terms

HVAC(R): Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning an R may be added to represent Refrigeration.
Split system: Refrigeration system where the refrigerant is piped from one part to another, such as residential heat pump or a/c system.
Packaged or self-contained: Refrigeration system where everything including the air moving hardware is kept in one box, such as a window air conditioner or a roof-top unit.
Forced air: heating and or cooling system that connects to the conditioned space with duct-work that uses air as the moving fluid. The heating or cooling can come from any number of sources.
Radiant: System that uses hot surfaces to radiate or convect heat into the environment. Without the use of fans or blowers
Heat Pump: Refrigeration device that can be used to move heat to or from air or water, or to or from air to water then the water is used to heat or cool air. In some parts of the world they are also known as "Reverse Cycle".
Evaporator: The part of a refrigeration system that gets cold. It is called the evaporator because it is the part of the system that evaporates the refrigerant from liquid to vapor.
Condenser: The part of a refrigeration system that gives up heat from the refrigerant and changes the refrigerant from a vapor to a liquid. Condensers can be either water cooled or air cooled.
Compressor: The heart of any refrigeration system that pumps the refrigerant.
(absorption systems that use ammonia or lithium bromide do not have compressors). Compressors can be reciprocating, rotary, scroll, disc, or screw.
Receiver: Tank on the liquid side of a system that holds excess refrigerant in the system that needs to be there for proper operation.
Accumulator: Tank on the suction side of a system that holds excess refrigerant to prevent slugging the compressor with liquid.
Outdoor coil: The coil on a heat pump system that is located out side or in the ground loop of a ground sourced heat pump. This is so not to be confused with the condenser on an airconditioning system.
Indoor coil: The coil on a heat pump that is located inside. This is so not to be confused with the evaporator on an air conditioning system.


 

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