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What Is a Heating Maintenance Plan?

Enercare’s annual Heating Maintenance Plan is designed to protect your health, home and family by preventing heating equipment malfunctions or breakdowns. As part of the plan, our licensed and TSSA-certified technicians visit your home to inspect your heating equipment. This maintenance check helps identify and solve potential problems with your furnace or boiler, including unit efficiency, carbon monoxide leaks, or worn-out and faulty materials.

If your furnace or boiler is not working and you need immediate assistance, please visit our Furnace Repair page or Boiler Repair page to schedule an appointment with our repair technicians.

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How to Schedule Maintenance

Current Enercare Heating Maintenance Plan Customer
  1. If you already have an Enercare heating maintenance plan and would like to book your appointment, please call: 1-855-282-5082.
Not an Enercare Heating Maintenance Plan Customer
  1. Call 1-855-282-5082 to purchase a plan and book an appointment. Or, you can sign up for a plan using our online enrollment form and then call us later when you are ready to book an appointment.
  2. One of our TSSA certified and licensed technicians will inspect your furnace, boiler or fireplace for hazardous debris, carbon monoxide leaks and more.
  3. The technician will give you a HomeCare Report with information about the health of your HVAC system. If your equipment needs repairs, you’ll get additional information about that process in the report.
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Inspections Performed During a Maintenance Appointment

Our technicians begin with an eight-point diagnostic check of your entire heating system.

8 diagnostic checks

  • Check operating pressures
  • Check operation of condensation system
  • Safety test for carbon monoxide (CO)
  • Check temperatures across air handler
  • Inspect for hazardous debris in the chimney flue
  • Check unit is operating to manufacturer’s specifications
  • Check the fan belt and perform required adjustments
  • Test the unit by putting it through a full operation cycle
  • Our up to a 22-point safety check will help to:

  • Detect hazardous carbon monoxide
  • Improve indoor air quality
  • Prolong the lifespan of your equipment
  • Ensure your furnace is running to manufacturer's specifications
  • Reduce the hassle of unexpected and inconvenient breakdowns
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