Preventive Maintenance Solutions

Customized Maintenance
Options For Your Home

It never fails unexpected repairs commonly happen after hours or on a weekend. What if you could prepare and prevent those frustrating moments. Just like we do maintenance on our vehicle to prevent unexpected breakdowns and getting stranded you can maintain your heating, cooling, and water heater systems to prevent unexpected breakdowns.

Just like a car, a home’s mechanical equipment wears with age. For this reason, it is important to conduct check-ups frequently and consistently. Preventive maintenance for your heating, cooling, plumbing, and electrical equipment is crucial in many ways, and maintenance programs help to ensure that they are checked regularly and efficiently, extending their life and reducing overall repair costs.

Why you should consider preventive maintenance for your home:

Have you ever come home and your furnace wasn’t working on a very cold night? Then spent the rest of your evening trying to get a company to come out for a repair after hours? Instead of spending your evening warm and cozy you were cold and frustrated? Or the opposite, come home to a very hot house after a long day at work wanting to relax, instead, you are trying to get your air conditioner to work or find someone to come to your home in the evening. These types of stories happen every day and we do our best to respond to these issues as quickly as possible. At TLC we can provide valuable maintenance options that will greatly reduce these frustrating situations for our customers. See the options below for your HVAC and water heating systems.

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Providing a higher level of service

The PMA program will provide a thorough inspection and cleaning of the customer’s mechanical equipment not typically done on a regular service call. Also, TLC has included parts in the program. See category descriptions described below.

Extend the life of your equipment

While preventative maintenance can help to prevent malfunctions, it can also help to increase the life span of the homeowner’s air conditioner or furnace. Usually, cooling and heating equipment can last approximately 15-20 years of service if maintained properly.


Efficiency in an HVAC system is extremely important first to ensure the system is able to evenly heat and cool a home, and secondly, efficiency impacts your utility costs to run the system.

10% off Service

As a PMA customer, you will be given a 10% discount off all additional work not included in a preventive maintenance agreement.

Keeps manufacturers warranty in good standing

Every major equipment manufacturer includes language in their warranty coverage that explicitly excludes unit damage caused by substandard or lack of maintenance.

Reduce emergency repairs

Routine maintenance allows issues to be detected before they become major problems.

Peace of mind

With so many systems and appliances in a home, there is always something that is broken or just about to break. This is why seasonal maintenance is a good idea not only to ensure your home’s equipment is working properly, but for your well-being and peace of mind.

TLE Preventive Maintenance Guide

Preventive Maintenance Service Guide:

This guide includes what is included in our preventive maintenance program. See all the services outlined and included for heating, cooling, plumbing, and electrical services.

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TLC Swamp Cooler Maintenance

Swamp Cooler Maintenance

Seasonal Swamp Cooler
Winterization & Spring Startup

TLC’s HVAC experts help you keep your swamp cooler in tip-top shape. Regular maintenance helps improve cooling effectiveness and ensures you stay comfortable during the grueling New Mexico summers.

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Spring Swamp Cooler Maintenance Checklist
Clean and vacuum cooler pan
Clean pump tube and distribution tube
Adjust or replace belt if needed
Remove damper at the cooler
Replace standard pads, float and pump annually
Shut down furnace, disconnect power and turn off the gas
Install furnace damper
Water hookup, float adjustment and leak test
Fall Swamp Cooler Winterization Checklist
Disconnect and drain water from unit and supply line
Install cooler damper
Remove furnace damper
Disconnect power and remove belt(leave belt in cooler)
Install cooler cover and turbine covers if provided by homeowner
Start up and safely check on heating unit (see furnace section or boiler for details)
TLE Air Conditioning Service

Refrigerated Air
Maintenance Service

Improve Cooling & Comfort

TLC’s HVAC experts help you keep your refrigerated air in tip-top shape. Regular maintenance helps improve cooling effectiveness and ensures you stay comfortable during the grueling New Mexico summers.

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Seasonal Refrigerated Air Inspection Checklist
Inspect and clean air filter or cleaner
Wipe down and clean indoor cabinet
Inspect indoor coil
Inspect condensate drain line and pan
Delta T
Visually inspect indoor unit, electrical wiring, and components for excessive heat or debris
Inspect indoor fan motor and record amp draw
Test and inspect capacitors
Test and inspect contactor
Test system charge
Record refrigerant pressures
Record super heat and sub cooling data
Visually inspect outdoor unit
Inspect fan motor and the compressor
Inspect condenser coil
TLC Heating System Maintenance

Heating System
Preventive Maintenance

Heating Service is Performed in Early Fall

Regularly maintaining your home’s heating system can help ensure that your family is not only comfortable but safe. TLC’s technicians have experience working on all types of heating systems.

Gas Forced Air Furnance
Inspect and clean air filter or cleaner
Wipe down and clean indoor cabinet
Conduct Carbon Monoxide Test
Inspect the heat exchanger
Inspect condensate drain line and trap
Measure and record Delta T
Visually inspect indoor unit, electrical wiring and components for excessive head or debris
Test and inspect capacitor
Flame sensor
Ignition system
Boiler Radiant Heat & Baseboard Heat
Insure proper operation of auto vent damper
Inspect auto fill unit
Wipe down and clean indoor cabinet
Conduct carbon monoxide
Inspect heat exchanger
Inspect condensate drain line and trap
Measure and record Delta T
Visually inspect boiler unit, electrical wiring and components for excessive heat or debris
Inspect and exercise all system valves
Visually and manually inspect all zones valves and actuators
Flame sensor/Ignition system
Pump operation
TLC Plumbing Maintenance

Plumbing Maintenance

Operate at Peak Performance & Efficiency

With TLC Plumbing’s PMA, we make sure your homes plumbing is operating at peak performance and efficiency year after year.

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Plumbing Inspection Service
Dye test
Angle stop test
Test all drain levers
Test incoming water pressure
Inspect water heater
Test water heater temperature and pressure relief valve
Hot water test
Water heater T&P valve
Identify age of current Amode Rod
Check ice maker line
Check exposed water supply lines and gas flex connectors
Check all faucets, fixtures and hose bibbs for leaks
Identify and tag main house emergency shut off valves
Test incoming water
Test Water after softner
Inspect bypass valve
Inspect pre-filter assembly
Check softener metering
Check brine vacuum
Check brine float
Check system regeneration flow
TLC Electric Maintenance

Electrical Maintenance

Keep Your Home Safe

TLC plumbing provides electrical maintenance in order to keep your home safe and operating at peak efficiency.

Electrical Inspection Checklist
Inspect main panel
Tighten the main feeders, neutrals and grounds
Tighten all breaker lugs
Test and record voltage
Visual inspection of utility service to the home
Test all GFI outlets for proper operation
Identify and record wiring type
Locate and record additional panels and/or sub panel locations
Replace customer supplied light bulbs
Inspect and test all smoke detectors, replace batteries if needed, and record MFD
TLC Employee

We promise you’ll be satisfied, or we will make it right.


If we ever fail to meet your expectations we will not rest until the problem is resolved to your satisfaction. Our Customer Care Specialists are trained in the art of solving problems. So if you’re not absolutely satisfied, here’s how we can help:

  • First, contact us and let us know exactly how we failed to meet your expectations.
  • Then, we’ll work with you to find a solution that you’ll be happy with. Whether that meant a warranty call to correct the problem, or replacing faulty equipment.

Every time. Any reason. We’ll make it right.

If you ever have an issue with TLC’s service, it’s our goal to resolve it to best meet your needs. At TLC we always strive to do the right things, for the right reasons.

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