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At Erv Smith Services Inc we offer customized solutions to meet your home and business needs.

When delivering our products and service we address your questions and concerns. We are always striving to improve and increase value for our customers. When you work with Erv Smith Services, you are supported by a team of people who believe in the genuine value of customer satisfaction.


REPAIR
100% Customer Satisfaction and Excellence in Service is Our Commitment.
Our Residential Service Division is committed to providing professional, prompt and courteous service. With our team of highly trained and certified technicians the services we offer include:

  • Guaranteed same day emergency service
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  • 24 hour emergency service/365 days per year
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  • Service of all makes/brands/models of heating, air conditioning and related accessory equipment
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  • Flat rate pricing / Price quotes before repair
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  • Discounted repair rates for our Blue Energy Savings Agreement Protection Plan   
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  • Customers Phone consultations
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  • Warranty work and processing
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  • Complete and accurate customer service records

Our goal is to treat every customer like we’d want to be treated ourselves. It is more than just a service to us. It is a chance to earn your trust and confidence, and we aim to do just that. Every time.

Our Services

  • Residential

  • Commercial

  • Industrial

Maintenance

  • Start and verify unit operation.
  • Disengage power source.
  • Clean condensing unit and coil.
  • Clean and remove debris from outdoor unit area.
  • Inspect fan blade and motor mounts.
  • Oil condenser fan motor.
  • Inspect and tighten electrical connections or contacts.
  • Inspect condition of outdoor unit pad and/or pump ups.
  • Remove and clean furnace blower and blower housing.
  • Oil blower motor, if applicable.
  • Oil blower bearings, if applicable.
  • Inspect belt, change if necessary.
  • Adjust belt tension.
  • Replace air filter/media.
  • Clean Electrostatic, Electronic or washable filters.
  • Inspect and clean evaporative coil, if accessible.
  • Clean condensate drain.
  • Inspect condensate lift pump and clean, if applicable.
  • Engage/Start unit and check system cycle operation.
  • Monitor starting capabilities.
  • Measure volts and amps on motors.
  • Monitor pressures and balance refrigerant charge.
    Suction Pressure
    Discharge Pressure
    Superheat
    R.A. Temperature
    S.A. Temperature
  • Inspect insulation-rubatex, replace if necessary.
  • Calibrate thermostat.
  • Verify air flow and air distribution.
  • PTS Opinion on system.
  • Start and verify unit operation.
  • Disengage power source.
  • Clean indoor coil.
  • Clean indoor blower.
  • Oil blower motor.
  • Oil blower bearings.
  • Inspect belt, replace if necessary.
  • Adjust belt tension, if necessary.
  • Replace air filter/media.
  • Clean electronic, electrostatic or washable filters.
  • Inspect contactors and relays.
  • Tighten electrical connections
  • Measure volts and amps on motors.
  • Amp electric heat and check stages.
  • Monitor starting capabilities.
  • Monitor operating pressures and balance refrigerant.
  • Check defrost cycle.
  • Verify air flow and air distribution.
  • Calibrate thermostat.
  • PTS opinion on system.
  • Start and verify unit operation.
  • Disengage power source.
  • Inspect pilot light and thermacouple function/safety controls.
    Flame
    Electronic Ignition
    Standing pilot
    Safety on gas valve
    Safety on pilot
    Safety of fan and limit
  • Remove and clean burners.
  • Remove and clean pilot assembly.
  • Replace thermacouple, if applicable.
  • Inspect and clean ignition.
  • Vacuum top and bottom of heat exchanger.
  • Inspect heat exchanger for cracks, holes, rusting.
  • Reinstall burners.
  • Assemble and reinstall pilot assembly.
  • Remove blower assembly.
  • Clean blower assembly.
  • Vacuum blower housing.
  • Oil blower motor.
  • Inspect blower bearings, oil if applicable.
  • Inspect belt on blower, replace if necessary.
  • Adjust belt tension.
  • Reinstall blower assembly.
  • Replace air filter/media.
  • Clean Electronic, Electrostatic, or washable filters.
  • Inspect and tighten electrical connections.
  • Relight pilot.
  • Engage/Start unit and check system cycle.
  • Inspect gas valve function.
  • Verify and adjust gas pressure.
  • Measure volts and amps on motors.
  • Check temperature differential. Adjust fan speed if necessary.
  • Calibrate thermostat.
  • Verify air flow and air distribution - adjust registers, if necessary.
  • PTS Opinion on Heating System.
  • Hot Water Heat System/Boiler - Balance and bleed radiators.
  • High Efficiency - Remove and clean flame sensor.
  • High Efficiency - Vacuum recuperative coil.
  • High Efficiency - Clean condensate drain.
  • High Efficiency - Inspect condensate lift pump, if applicable.
  • High Efficiency - Inspect venting for restrictions.
  • High Efficiency - clean pressure switch tube and air hole.
  • Start and verify unit operation.
  • Disengage power source.
  • Remove and clean fireplace glass.
  • Remove and clean fireplace logs.
  • Inspect pilot light and thermacouple function/safety controls.
  • Clean pilot assembly.
  • Inspect and clean blower motor, if accessible.
  • Vacuum fireplace compartment.
  • Reinstall fireplace logs.
  • Replace vermiculite if needed.
  • Test fireplace operation.
  • Start and verify unit operation.
  • Disengage power source.
  • Replace fuel filter.
  • Vacuum heat exchanger.
  • Inspect heat exchanger for cracks, holes, rusting.
  • Inspect and vacuum smoke pipe.
  • Clean burner assembly.
  • Replace nozzle.
  • Clean and adjust electrodes.
  • Clean combustion blower and housing.
  • Inspect and clean nose cone and blast tube.
  • Clean cad cell.
  • Inspect pump coupling, replace if necessary.
  • Oil burner motor.
  • Assemble burner assembly and reinstall.
  • Remove and clean blower assembly.
  • Vacuum blower compartment.
  • Oil blower motor.
  • Inspect blower bearings.
  • Oil bearings, if applicable.
  • Inspect belt, replace if necessary.
  • Adjust belt tension.
  • Replace air filters / media.
  • Clean electronic, electrostatic or washable filters.
  • Inspect and tighten electrical connections.
  • Engage/start unit and check system cycle.
  • Verify pump pressure.
  • Test safety devices and transformer.
  • Safety of fan and limit.
  • Monitor flue draft. Over-fire/smoke pipe
  • Perform smoke test.
  • Measure volts and amps on motors.
  • Calibrate thermostat.
  • Verify air flow and air distribution.
  • PTS opinion on heating system.

IS THE AIR YOU BREATHE IN YOUR HOME MAKING YOU SICK?
Your duct system functions as the respiratory system of your home. When it becomes contaminated and congested, it should be cleaned so it can 'breathe' normally and efficiently. If you answer yes to any of the following questions, it may be time to have your air duct system professionally cleaned.

  • Does anyone in the house have allergies, asthma, or other respiratory problems?
  • Does anyone in your family suffer from headaches, nasal congestion, or other sinus problems?
  • Is there a smoker in the house?
  • Do you have dogs, cats or other pets?
  • Do you notice "musty" or "stale" odors when the furnace or air conditioner runs?
  • Do you notice dust on your furniture shortly after cleaning?
  • Does it seem like there is not enough air flow coming from your vents?
  • Is your furnace equipped only with a standard throw-away fiberglass filter?

DIRTY DUCT SYSTEMS ARE A MAJOR SOURCE OF INDOOR AIR POLLUTION.
Dust, dirt, pollen, animal dander and other airborne contaminants are pulled into your duct system every time the furnace or air conditioner runs. These contaminants build up inside the ductwork over time and can help make your duct system an ideal breeding ground for mold spores, bacteria, fungus, mildew, and other microbes.

Each time the furnace or air conditioner is turned on, contaminants are spewed out and circulated throughout your home and affect the health and comfort of your family. The removal of contaminants from the entire HVAC system is recognized by industry experts as the most effective way to eliminate air duct pollutants. This is referred to as the "source removal" method of duct cleaning. In addition to the obvious health benefits, duct cleaning can help you maintain a cleaner home. It also helps to restore HVAC system capacity and lessen running time, resulting in lower heating and cooling bills.

STATE-OF-THE-ART SOURCE REMOVAL DUCT CLEANING WITH HEPA-AIRE TECHNOLOGY.
The HEP-AIRE method used by our company assures you that your ducts are being cleaned with the most advanced source removal equipment available. This high tech, state-of-the-art system is used by leading professional duct cleaners throughout North America, and is widely recognized as the most sigificant breakthrough in duct cleaning equipment technology. Duct Sanitizing Plus - We're Serious About Indoor Air Quality.

Complimenting our scheduled maintenance by providing additional benefits and support is our Energy Savings Agreement Protection Plan. For a year from the date of your agreement, should your equipment require service, your emergency service will include the benefits listed below.

  • 24 Hour Emergency Service with No Overtime Charges
  • 15% Discount Off Regular Repair Service Rate
  • Priority Service

Protect your investment by taking advantage of the benefits of a thoroughly cleaned, tuned and inspected system.

  • Lower Operating Costs
  • Improved Efficiency
  • Improved Operating Capacity
  • Fewer Repairs
  • Extended Equipment Life

Saving our customers money and keeping them comfortable is our commitment to our customers.

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