HVAC Maintenance Services Omaha

HVAC Maintenance Omaha

An air conditioning system can make the hot summer months a lot more bearable, just as a furnace will get you through those cold winter days. Unfortunately, many people do not pay attention to these vital systems until they break down.  At ServiceOne, we understand the importance of carefully maintaining your heating and cooling units; this is why we offer annual services that will keep all of your systems in check year-round, in addition to our 24/7 repair and installation services. Home Maintenance Omaha made simple and easy. 

Planned Maintenance: 22-Point Furnace Inspection + Humidifier Inspection

Are you not sold on why you should receive routine Fall HVAC system maintenance? System manufacturers and ServiceOne recommend annual maintenance. Neglecting your HVAC system can impact both warranties, decrease its life expectancy, increase health risks, and negatively affect your energy bill. According to Home Advisor, "75 percent of no-heat calls are due to lack of maintenance." 

During planned maintenance our service technician will inspect the: 

  • Wall Thermostat
  • Combustion Blower
  • Circulating Blower
  • Recuperative and/or Evaporative Coils
  • Motor Belts
  • Motor Bearings
  • Oil Motors
  • Air Filters
  • Pressure Switch Tubing
  • BTU Input to the Furnace
  • Clearance to Combustibles
  • Fan Control
  • Heat Exchanger
  • Vents and Connector
  • Combustion Air Source
  • Electric Connections
  • Carbon Monoxide Level in the Flue
  • Health of the Combustion Process
  • Efficiency of the Furnace
  • Temperature Rise
  • Condensate Drain
  • Ignition System
  • Humidifier (If present)

After the completed inspection, our service technician will present you with a copy of your planned maintenance report which will provide you with pertinent information about your furnace including the equipment age, efficiency rating, and if there are any areas of concern.

Planned Maintenance: 20-Point Air Conditioner Inspection

Did you know that you should start your air conditioner before the first hot day of Summer? ServiceOne recommends turning on your ac, before the summer heat, when it's at least 65 degrees outside. Turning on your air conditioner before it gets too hot will let you know that it's still working before you need it.

If your air conditioner doesn't blow cold air, you need to call ServiceOne to repair it. HVAC companies are swamped during the summer months so it's better to find out sooner than later so you can have cold air conditioning when you need it.

If your air conditioner does blow cold air, we still recommend getting a ServiceOne 20-Point Air Conditioner Inspection. Why do we recommend getting your air conditioner checked in the spring, even if it's blowing cold air? We want to ensure all of the mechanical components are working correctly to extend the life of your system, decrease your energy bills, improve your air quality, and try to and catch a failure before it happens. 

During planned maintenance our service technician will inspect the: 


  • Thermostat
  • Circulating Motor
  • Circulating Blower Blades
  • Condensate Drains
  • Motor Belts
  • Motor Bearings
  • Lubricate Blower Motor
  • Air Filters
  • Check & Tighten Power Connections
  • Evaporator Temperature Differential


  • Condenser Coil
  • Refrigerant Levels
  • Condenser Motor (Lubricate)
  • Condenser Fan Blade
  • All Electric Connections
  • Contactor
  • Compressor Amps
  • Refrigerant Piping
  • System Capacitors (Replace if necessary)

Some DIY You Can Do Before Scheduling Routine Maintenance

ServiceOne Blog: Replacing Your Air Filter

ServiceOne Blog: Cleaning Your Air Conditioner Condenser Coils 

Service Request

Are you in need of routine HVAC maintenance? Fill out a service request form here.