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Heating System Repair in South Florida

Maintenance

Quality regular maintenance on your heating system is the best service Duke's can provide, ensuring maximum efficiency and longevity. Our Duke's Energy Savings Plan includes bi-annual tune-ups, unlimited service calls, no deductibles, priority scheduling, 24-hour emergency service and no over time charges ever.

Repair

Duke's handles all your heating repair needs, from emergency furnace repair service to routine home heater repair service. Whatever is required to get your furnace, heat pump, air handler or existing heating system back up and running as efficiently as possible is what we call True Service.
 

Replacement

When you need a new air conditioning system, you want the best information, presented unbiasedly, in layman’s terms from an experienced technician in a friendly transparent manner. That’s what you get with True Service. We figure if we give you a clear and fair view of your options, you’ll always select the best option for you and your family.

$99 Furnace Special

Duke's Furnace Tune-Up Benefits

  • Peace of Mind
  • Lower Utility Bills
  • Prolong the Life of Your System
  • Potential Savings and Prevention of Costly Repair
  • Keeps System Running Efficiency
  • +25 Point Comprehensive Service

OUR EXCLUSIVE $99 FURNACE TUNE-UP SPECIAL INCLUDES:

  • Inspect complete heating mechanical system
  • Inspection includes heat exchangers, heating elements, heat pump, burners, and the ignition system
  • Thoroughly clean or replace standard air-filter(s)
  • Inspect fan motor, blowers, vents, and duct work
  • Lubricate motor and fan bearings as well as other moving parts, as necessary
  • Clean drain lines, traps, and fittings
  • Inspect blower motor and fan assembly as needed
  • Inspect, tighten, and test all electrical connections and disconnects
  • Inspect all heating electrical wires, connectors, and terminals
  • Test system starting and complete heating cycle
  • Test controls, switches, relays, transformers, contactors, motors, and fans
  • Measure amp & volt draw
  • Clean ignition and burners as needed
  • Clean burners and pilot as needed
  • Check temperatures rise on heat exchanger
  • Inspect and adjust all safety controls
  • Check thermostat controls and functions
  • Test Safety Controls
  • Examine heat exchange for damage or corrosion
  • Check for gas leaks and flue gas passageways
  • Replace belts and pulleys as needed
  • Lubricate moving parts as needed
  • Clean flame sensors