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HVAC Repair Services for Greenville, Spartanburg & Surrounding Areas

Heating and cooling systems have a way of breaking down when the weather is at its worst; the coldest day of a frigid winter or during a sizzling summer heatwave. These are times when your comfort system must work the hardest and when you need it most.

Regular check-ups will help maximize the life expectancy of your system. Unfortunately, even the best maintenance won’t prevent normal wear and tear. Contact our HVAC contractors to make sure your system continues working as the seasons change. We are dedicated to making sure you are comfortable throughout the year! Call us today to schedule your first maintenance appointment with one of our trained professionals. Our team is proud to serve homes and businesses throughout Greenville, Spartanburg & surrounding areas!

man doing maintenance on HVAC unit

Preventive Maintenance Agreement

With regular maintenance, you will prevent small problems from becoming big problems and ensure optimal performance of your comfort system. We also offer annual service agreements, which can reduce the cost of a performance tune-up. Regular maintenance will:

  • Provide longer lasting equipment
  • Reduce utility bills
  • Reduce repairs
  • Provide a more comfortable indoor environment
  • Protect your investment

Your Investment in Our Maintenance Agreement Includes:

One to Two Performance Tune-Ups Per Year

Having your system checked regularly enables us to keep your unit running as efficiently as possible, which saves you money on your utility bills month after month. These regular check-ups also enable us to catch problems such as loose or burnt wires and Freon leaks before they lead to larger problems such as motor failure. Most likely, your unit will need a semi-annual tune-up, but our technician will determine that upon inspection of your unit.

Free Priority Service, 365 Days/Yr

When you have an emergency, you can rest assured Bentley’s Heating & Air will be there! Our commitment to program customers means we will have a technician at your door ASAP, giving you top priority.

15% Off Replacement Parts

Example of savings: if the cost of a blower motor replacement was $500, you would save $75 on the repair.

Labor Warranty

All our labor services are warrantied for 30 days. If you have a problem within 30 days of service, there will be no charge to come back out and diagnose the problem. We stand behind our work.

Energy-Saving Condenser Coil Cleaning

Dirty coils reduce efficiency and cause your unit to work harder, causing parts to wear out faster, and shortening the life expectancy of your unit. Your unit will cost you more month after month on your utility bill if the coils are not kept clean. Tests performed by the EPA explain that as little as 1/10th of a centimeter of dirt or dust on a coil could reduce efficiency by 21%. Since the average homeowner’s heating and cooling bill is $1,500 per year, a 21% loss in efficiency means you could be wasting up to $315 each year.

15% Off Repair Labor

Our discounted rates save you money with every service call. Our repair trucks are fully stocked so we can repair 99% of calls on the first visit.

Highly Discounted New Unit Purchases

If or when it’s time for a new energy-efficient unit, you receive a generous discount off the complete installation. The average unit today is over $4,000 installed. The savings typically pay for the initial cost of the service agreement.

What We Do During a Performance Tune-Up

Industry-certified, trained technicians performing all tune-ups. Maintenance agreements that are automatically scheduled can reduce the cost or routine maintenance records of all maintenance schedules and prevent voiding manufacturers’ warranties. Fully stocked mobile service and maintenance vehicles are offered to eliminate delays and keep you comfortable all year round.


  • Check for an energy-saving existing thermostat
  • Check to see if batteries need to be replaced (homeowner supplied)
  • Check to see if thermostat is mounted securely to the wall
  • Check to see if program is set to client’s needs
  • Answer all questions about features on client’s thermostat

Air Conditioning & Heat Pump

  • Tighten wire connections
  • Check condition of start assist device
  • Test defrost timer operation
  • Check condition of coil fins
  • Check for freon leaks
  • Check if O-ring Schrader cap is installed
  • Check condition of electrical disconnect
  • Tighten lugs in disconnect and circuit breaker
  • Verify proper circuit breaker size to nameplate
  • Verify proper wire size to unit
  • Check low-voltage wire condition
  • Check if condensing unit is level
  • Check if shrubs are cut back from unit
  • Check if line set is insulated to condensing unit
  • Install sticker on outdoor unit

Ductwork System

  • Show cleanliness of ductwork
  • Check if supply ducts insulated
  • Check if bolts are sealed to the floor
  • Check overall condition of the ductwork
  • Check if duct is properly strapped up and connected
  • Check if return FG size min. 140 sq. in. per ton
  • Check if return duct insulated
  • Check if platform return needs to be sealed
  • Check if ductwork is sealed to less than 15% leakage

Furnace & Air Handler

  • Return static pressure
  • Supply static pressure
  • Check if evaporator coil cleaning is needed
  • Inspect start collar seal at plenum
  • Inspect blower cabinet insulation
  • Inspect blower wheel cleanliness
  • Inspect all electrical
  • Check circuit board for burn marks
  • Check blower wheel bearings
  • Check if TXV bulb mounted at 10 or 2
  • Inspect for signs of refrigerant leaks
  • Check if primary drain ran to daylight
  • Check if secondary drain ran properly
  • Check condensate pump
  • Inspect drain safety switch
  • Check if all screws replaced in cabinet
  • Measure temp rise
  • Adjust gas pressure
  • Check limit switches and mounts
  • Check burner crossover ports
  • Vacuum furnace area and burners
  • Clean combustion air vent screen
  • Inspect heat exchanger
  • Check hoses for cracks & wear
  • Check pressure switch
  • Check for proper flue rise
  • Measure flue clearances
  • Inspect PVD for leaks, etc.
  • Test gas connections for leaks
  • Check for any flammables near furnace
  • Check for proper ignition
  • Run furnace in all stages
  • Test gas shut off operation
  • Check if carbon monoxide detector is installed
  • Check if surge protection is installed
  • Check if UV germicidal lamp is needed
  • Clean / wax outside of the furnace
  • Filter change / clean (standard size or club)
  • Install sticker on front of furnace
  • Show owner post operation of furnace

Get In Touch With Us Today to Schedule an Appointment