Furnace Tuneup - Raleigh, NC area - Weather Master HVAC

Heating System Tune-Up

53% of our HVAC system repair calls could have been prevented with regular maintenance. That not only saves you time but can save you a lot of money.

heating unit maintenance

Just as with anything, time can wear away even the best home heating system. Your heating system becomes less and less efficient with time because it accumulates dust and dirt. That build-up can cost you money with increased usage (which means higher utility bills) and impending repair bills.

Is your heating system ready for the unpredictable North Carolina winters?

Did you have to think about that for a moment? When was the last time your heating system has had a tune-up? Maybe it’s time to call Weather Master.

Weather Master offers a precision tune-up for only $59, so you don’t have to pay a lot to ensure that your heating system is ready for whatever winter might bring.

And, as always, we want you to be happy, so we have our 100% satisfaction guarantee.

Click on the service below to see a complete list of tasks we will perform on your tune-up.

Here’s a list of tasks we will perform during a plumbing inspection

  • Does your water have a taste or rotten egg smell?
  • Do you utilize tap water for drinking?
  • Has water bill been reasonable for the past 6 months?
  • Do you have any dripping faucets or showers?
  • Have you noticed any stains in the toilets or sinks?
  • Do you have any slow drain issues?
  • Are you satisfied with your amount of hot water and recovery?
  • Are any toilets slow to flush or require second flushes?
  • Have you noticed any changes in your plumbing systems since the last service?
  • Has your water heater been flushed in the past 12 month?


  • Water Pressure Test
  • Located Sewer Drain Cleanout
  • Located Main Water Shutoff Valve
  • Front Hose Bib
  • Working & Frost Proof
  • Rear Hose Bib
  • Working & Frost Proof
  • Inside Shutoff Valves for Outside Hose Bibs

Master Bathroom

  • Sink Faucet(s)
  • Sink Drain(s)
  • Sink Shutoffs & Supplies
  • Tub/Shower Faucet & head
  • Tub/Shower Drain
  • Tub/Shower Shutoffs & Supplies
  • Toilet

Up Hall Bathroom

  • Sink Faucet(s)
  • Sink Drain(s)
  • Sink Shutoffs & Supplies
  • Tub/Shower Faucet & head
  • Tub/Shower Drain
  • Tub/Shower Shutoffs & Supplies
  • Toilet

Down Hall Bathroom

  • Sink Faucet
  • Sink Drain
  • Sink Shutoffs & Supplies
  • Toilet


  • Sink Faucet
  • Sink Drain
  • Sink Shutoffs & Supplies
  • Washer Hoses – Braided Steel

Water Heater

  • Age Warranty
  • Appearance
  • Condition of Water Lines
  • Shutoff Valves
  • Pressure Valve
  • Gas Supply
  • Vent Piping
  • Power Vent
  • Flood Alert
  • Floor Plan
  • Wiring & Connections

Main Water Supply

  • Main Shutoff Valve Street
  • Main Shutoff Valve House
  • Condition of All Supply Lines
  • Well Pump Age Warranty
  • Pressure Tank Age


  • Floor Drains
  • General Drain Lines
  • Sump Pump
  • Septic Pump
  • Septic Alarm

Here’s a list of tasks we will perform during a heating & cooling inspection

  • Are you satisfied with the operation and appearance of your current thermostats? Do you have any hot or cold spots in your home?
  • Are your utility bills reasonable for the last season?
  • Are there any areas in the home warmer or Cooler than others?
  • Who in your family has problems with allergies?
  • Does anyone in the home suffer from migraines or frequent congestion?
  • Do you have pets?
  • Is it dry in your home during the winter?
  • Humid in summer?
  • Any unusual noises or things that have changed since the last service?
  • When did you last change your carbon monoxide detectors?

Family Health & Home Safety

  • Indoor Coil UV Biocide Sanitizer
  • Indoor Cabinet UV Biocide Sanitizer
  • Indoor Blower UV Biocide Sanitizer
  • Indoor Whole House Air Purifier
  • Carbon Monoxide Monitor (Lower Level)
  • Smoke Detectors
  • HVAC Equipment Surge Protectors


  • Energy Saving Digital
  • Batteries Replaced
  • Working Properly OUTDOOR UNIT
  • Compressor Amps S R
  • Condenser Fan Condition/Amps
  • Battery Cap/Capacitor uF Value
  • Starter/Relay Condition
  • Compressor Saver/Start Assist
  • Outdoor Temp Indoor Temp
  • Superheat Sub Cool
  • Compressor Megohms
  • Compressor Connector
  • Condition of Coil
  • Visual Inspection of Freon Leaks
  • O-Ring Schrader Caps Installed
  • Condition of Wiring High/Low Voltage
  • Condition of Outside Disconnect
  • Correct Wire Size/Breaker Size/Connections
  • Line Set is Insulated
  • Unit is Level & Clear of Obstructions

Ductwork System

  • Cleanliness of Ductwork
  • Condition of Ductwork
  • Supply Ducts Insulated Properly
  • Return Ducts Insulated Properly
  • Platform Return Sealed Properly
  • System Has Correct Return Size FURNACE/AIR HANDLER
  • Return Air Static Pressure
  • Supply Air Static Pressure
  • Condition of Evaporator Coil
  • Condition of Blower Cabinet
  • Condition of Blower Wheel & Bearings
  • Visual Inspection of Freon Leaks
  • Condition of Primary & Secondary Drains
  • Condensate Pump Working Properly
  • Drain Safety Switch/Ceiling Saver Installed
  • Blower Motor Amps
  • Inducer Motor Amps
  • Blower Capacitor uF Valve
  • Temperature Rise º
  • Gas Pressure
  • Limit Switches & Mounts
  • Burner Crossover Parts
  • Heat Exchanger
  • Check all Hoses/Pipes/Unit
  • Pressure Switch
  • Flue Properly Installed/Working
  • Igniter Ohms
  • Sensor Reading
  • Heating Elements
  • Indoor Delta T º
  • Condition of Wiring High/Low Voltage
  • Condition of Indoor Disconnect
  • Correct Wire Size/Breaker Size/Connections
  • Condition of Circuit Board
  • Overall Condition of System

Here’s a list of tasks we will perform during an electrical inspection

  • Have you or do you have plans to remodel?
  • Have you replaced any appliances?
  • Do you have a hot tub or Jacuzzi tub
  • Do you use extension cords/power strips?
  • Do any of your outlets feel loose or worn?
  • Do your lights dim or flicker?
  • Has your electrical bill increased for no reason?
  • Have any of your breakers tripped?
  • What is the age of your HVAC equipment?

Electrical Service Outside

  • Condition of Meter Base
  • Condition of Conduit/Incoming Feeders
  • Condition of Riser/
  • Weatherhead/Attachment
  • Proper Connectors Used

Electrical Panel Outside

  • Type Age
  • Main Breaker Protected
  • Condition of Neutral & Grounds
  • GFCI & AFCI Breakers
  • Working Properly
  • Condition of Buss
  • Bar & Interior of Panel
  • Signs of Water Damage or Corrosion
  • Are Breakers UL Listed for This Panel
  • Are All Breakers Sized Correctly
  • Is There Aluminum Wiring
  • for 120 Volt Circuits
  • Any Wires Double
  • Tapped on Breakers
  • Is the Panel Properly Bonded
  • Connectors Used on
  • All Wires/KO’s Sealed
  • Is the Panel Cover in
  • Good Condition/Labeled
  • Anti-Oxidant Used on
  • Aluminum Connections

Ground System

  • Are There Two Ground Rods
  • Are the Ground
  • Clamps & Wire Correct
  • Is the Water Ground Done Correctly

Monoxide Detectors

  • Age Quantity SD CO
  • Operational
  • Are They Interconnected
  • Are They Properly Located Per Code

HVAC Wiring

  • A/C Breaker & Wiring
  • Done Correctly
  • Furnace Breaker & Wiring
  • Done Correctly

General Wiring

  • Whole House Surge Protector Installed
  • GFCI’s Installed in All Required Areas
  • Appliances on Correct
  • Dedicated Circuits
  • Two 120v Circuits in the Kitchen
  • Outside Outlets/
  • GFCI Protected/In-Use Covers
  • Doorbell Operational
  • All Inside & Outside Lighting Working

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