• Repair

  • Maintain

  • Replace

What does a maintenance include?

Viking Air is EPA certified, licensed, and insured. We understand that each family and home are unique. Viking Air prides itself on providing you, the homeowner, with the information and options so that you can make the best decision for your home and family.

Calibration and setup of thermostat. This ensures that the thermostat and the equipment programming match up to run the way they are supposed to. It will also prolong life due to time delays that should be in place for protection. Temperature and humidity calibration are also a nice touch to maximize your comfort.

A quick filter, and vents check comes next. We like to see clean filters with little to no obstruction. Do you know what the arrow on the side of the filter means? That’s right, they point in the direction of the airflow. Meaning usually they should be pointing up if your filter is in the ceiling, or toward the wall if your filter is in the wall. For those of you who have your filter at the bottom of your air handler cabinet, those filter arrows should be pointing into the cabinet. We also like to check the airflow coming out of the vents. Make sure all the vents are open and pointing towards the major heat load areas of your home… Windows, and exterior walls.

Next, we move to the air handler. (Inside unit)

  • Check the auxiliary heat strips for proper amperage.
  • Measure the value of the single capacitor that provides power to the blower motor that circulates air throughout the home.
  • Measure the running amperage of the blower motor.
  • Check the UV system and elements to maintain growth prevention.
  • Clean the evaporator coil and primary drain pan with approved materials.
  • Tighten all electrical connections.

Moving outside

  • Suck out the drain line with wet/dry vacuum to clear any algae build up.
  • Inspect the surge protector for the unit.
  • Remove the top of the outside condenser to remove all the leaves and debris from the inside.
  • Wash the condenser coils from the inside out.
  • Measure the value of the dual capacitor that provides starting and running power to both the outside fan motor and the compressor.
  • Measure he value of the starting capacitor and operation of the starting relay.
  • Inspect contact points and operation.
  • Check defrost board.


We repair, maintain, and replace all brands.