You've probably seen many HVAC companies that offer a HVAC preventative maintenance plan or a scheduled tune-up program for your heating and air conditioning system, but have you ever wondered if you need it? Having routine HVAC maintenance done on your heating and air conditioning system saves you from the stress and cost of unforeseen HVAC issues. Jordan Air offers a unique HVAC Preventative maintenance plan that includes everything needed to maximize your comfort and efficiency, as well as extend the life of your heating and cooling system. By checking your system, we provide you with the assurance that your heating and cooling needs will be met during peak season demand.

An HVAC system, like any other installation, requires regular maintenance and care. If you don’t keep the system clean and maintain it, performance will start to slip and eventually the entire system will fail. Rather than spending your savings on an HVAC replacement, preventative maintenance can ensure that your HVAC delivers consistent, lasting results. A solid HVAC keeps the environment in your home comfy, clean, and controlled. Keeping stale air recycled and maintaining the indoor temperature regardless of outdoor climate, your HVAC system is a crucial aspect of any home or commercial building. Invest some of your time and money into maintenance to save yourself from major issues that could damage your entire system. At Jordan Air, we hope to help you sustain the utmost quality HVAC system.


  • Annual cooling inspection

  • Annual heating inspection

  • Priority Customer status

  • Customer Loyalty Discount

  • $29 Diagnostic Fee on Demand Service Calls ($79 value)

  • NO overtime charges 


Heating Inspection Includes: Clean and adjust burner assembly, Clean pilot assembly, Check gas pressure at gas valve, Inspect flue pipe, Test safety controls, Check reversing valve on heat pumps, Check defrost cycle on heat pumps, Check refrigerant charge on heat pumps, Replace any standard 1” filter* (limit 1 per system), *additional charge for 5” media filters

Cooling Inspection Includes: Inspect evaporator and professionally rinse the outdoor coil, Lubricate all moving parts as required, Check condensate drains for proper flow and clean if necessary, Check electrical connections, Test safety controls, Replace any standard 1” filter* (limit 1 per system) *additional charge for 5” media filters.