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Our Appliance Repair Plan
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We make maintaining your heating and cooling equipment incredibly easy for you. With HomeSmart's Preventative Maintenance plans, a skilled technician will make adjustments to your heating and/or cooling system during annually scheduled appointments. 

For only $7.95 per month, we’ll ensure your furnace/boiler or central air conditioner runs efficiently and keeps up with our Minnesota and North Dakota weather. Cover both and pay only $13.95 per month. 

The benefits of HomeSmart Preventive Maintenance plan coverage are many: 

Extend Equipment Life.

Don’t go through the hassle of, and unnecessary spending on, replacing appliances prematurely. Appliances can last for years longer if properly maintained, so make sure you’re getting the most out of the appliances you already own. 

Maximize Comfort Conditions.

Stay cool, stay warm and don’t experience anything in between. With a HomeSmart Preventation Maintenance plan rest assured that you and your loved ones will be comfortable no matter what the weather brings. 

Save Energy.

Heating and cooling account for nearly 50% of a typical home’s energy usage. Preventive maintenance allows you to be efficient, save monthly and protect the environment. 

Stabilize Budget.

Proper maintenance will keep your energy bills lower and prevent unexpected appliance breakdowns – all of which can throw a budget off track. Preventive Maintenance coverage will typically pay for itself through high efficiency and lower utility bills – and that’s good for any budget. 

Here’s What’s Reviewed During Preventive Maintenance:


  • Check thermostat operation and control sequences
  • Check thermostat, heat anticipator/level
  • Presence of CO detectors
  • Check voltage
  • Check/clean air filter
  • Confirm proper air flow
  • Inspect electronic air cleaner (if present)
  • Check venting for satisfactory operation
  • Condensate pump/all drain lines
  • Inspect humidifier (if present)
  • Check condition and adjust fan blower belts (if applicable)
  • Check and oil fan blower motor bearings
  • Remove dust/corrosion from burners and key component parts
  • Check and clean pilot burner
  • Check flame sensor
  • Check heat exchanger for carbon monoxide leaks
  • Check secondary heat exchanger
  • Clean and adjust burner flame (if applicable)
  • Start furnace or boiler
  • Check and adjust gas input
  • Clean surrounding areas
  • Attach maintenance sticker


  • Applicable steps from above "Furnace" list
  • Check water pressure and temp
  • Check operation of pump relay
  • Check operation of aqua stat
  • Operations of Heating System
  • Check pumps
  • Check relief valve (visual)
  • Clean/adjust automatic controls
  • Check pressure switches/hoses
  • Hydraulic pump oiled


  • Outdoor temperature
  • Check and wash condenser coil and clean
  • Start air conditioner
  • Line set/connections for leaks
  • Suction pressure
  • Adjust refrigerant for optimal cooling
  • Refrigerant disposal
  • Check thermostat operation and control sequence
  • Check thermostat heat anticipator level
  • Check voltage
  • Check/clean air filter
  • Confirm proper air flow
  • Inspect electronic air cleaner (if present)
  • Condensate pump/all drain lines
  • Check and oil fan blower & motor bearings
  • Clean up surrounding areas


  • Start water heater
  • Check and clean pilot burner (remove dust/corrosion from burner and key component parts)
  • Check venting for satisfactory operation
  • Clean surrounding area


“A great experience and overall pleased with the outcome. We were also educated on the maintenance, etc.”
-Gina & Jeff from Centerville


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