Atlanta Air Authority Comfort Club Maintenance

Atlanta Air Authority’s AAA Comfort Club

Make Atlanta Air Authority’s AAA Comfort Club an integral part of your HVAC system’s lifecycle – your home’s most valuable appliance. Just as you wouldn’t drive your car without regular oil changes, maintaining your HVAC system is crucial. Many manufacturers mandate maintenance records for warranty claims. Beyond changing filters for system health, our AAA Comfort Club ensures your comfort. Join now to enjoy exclusive benefits, including 10% off service repairs, 5% off equipment change-out replacements, and complimentary replacement standard 1″ filters. Trust us to safeguard your comfort and enhance your HVAC system’s longevity.

Why Planned Maintenance?

Regular maintenance is crucial for your HVAC equipment. As the most valuable appliance in your home, your heating and cooling system plays a vital role in controlling bills and potentially extending its lifespan. Numerous components within your system require specialized attention. It’s recommended to schedule checks for your heating and cooling units at least twice a year to ensure the optimal health of your system. Trust in regular maintenance to keep your HVAC system performing at its best.

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Standard Size Filters

Filters Larger than 2″ and special order odd size filters are not included but are discounted from the normal rates with a planned maintenance agreement. Filters in the 4″ and 5″ are typically referred to as “media filters” these filters range from $45 up to over $100 a piece depending on the brand and type. There are hundreds of different media filters from dozens of companies so we like to see what you have installed so we can make sure we’re getting the right filter for your system and home.

Standard  Maintenance Agreements

Our residential agreements span 12 months and do not auto-renew. Enjoy two included visits, strategically scheduled approximately six months apart. For more information, call us at 678-215-6789.

Similarly, our commercial agreements extend for 12 months without automatic renewal. We prefer to conduct a site visit for quoting purposes, offering flexible options with both two and four visits available. Partner with us to ensure your HVAC systems receive the care they deserve.

Standard One Time Tune Ups

Our standard tune-up is a one-time visit without any ongoing agreement or inherent repair discounts. Commercial tune-ups, slightly more comprehensive than residential, may involve taller ladders. Filters are usually not included, and the standard price for residential systems is $79 per system. Ensure your HVAC system receives the attention it deserves with our thorough and affordable tune-up services.

Comprehensive 20-Point Inspection:

  1. Check and inspect the heat exchanger for optimal performance.
  2. Clean and adjust the burner assembly to ensure efficiency.
  3. Thoroughly clean the ignition assembly for reliable ignition.
  4. Monitor flue draft for safety compliance.
  5. Check and monitor refrigerant pressure for proper levels.
  6. Test starting capabilities to guarantee reliable operation.
  7. Test safety controls to ensure the system’s protective features are functioning.
  8. Clean or replace standard air filters* for improved air quality.
  9. Conduct basic monitoring to ensure correct air flow throughout the system.
  10. Tighten electrical connections to prevent potential issues.
  11. Measure volts/amps to ensure electrical components are within specifications.
  12. Lubricate all moving parts for smoother operation and reduced wear.
  13. Adjust thermostat calibration for accurate temperature control.
  14. Check and replace thermostat batteries for uninterrupted functionality.
  15. Perform basic cleaning of the condenser coil to maintain efficiency.
  16. Clean condensate drains to prevent clogs and water damage.
  17. Measure temperature difference to ensure proper heat exchange.
  18. Adjust gas pressure for optimal combustion.
  19. Adjust the pilot to maintain a consistent flame.
  20. Monitor the cooling cycle in spring and the heating cycle in fall for overall system performance.

*Note: Standard air filters may be cleaned or replaced based on the specific system requirements.

Not all systems necessitate every check point; the 20 listed above are the most common. Additional charges may apply for specialty filters or services not included in the standard agreement. Please consult with your AAA technician when they arrive at your home

Impacted Filters?

This is filtering the air you breathe! Do not let your filters get to this point, call Atlanta Air Authority today!

Impacted Coils?

Dirt Coil

Coils need to breathe too. Coils need to be washed regularly. Chemical coil cleans are not included but available for an additional fee.


Maintenance visits are scheduled exclusively from Monday to Friday, between 9 AM and 3 PM. For homes and businesses with more than three systems, appointments will be prioritized in the earlier part of this window, considering the time required for each maintenance visit—typically one hour per system, with the aim of completing the service as efficiently as possible.


Our maintenance agreements are transferable to new owners or commercial tenants if the need arises. You also have the option to transfer your AAA maintenance agreement to a new property within our service area. Please note that additional systems or special filters may incur extra fees. It’s essential to be aware that there are no refunds for partially used maintenance agreement visits. Your commitment ensures continuous care for your HVAC systems.

Quoting Commercial

For commercial properties, our dedicated crews will conduct a thorough survey to ascertain accurate system and filter counts for crafting a tailored contract. A nominal fee of $79 is associated with the initial survey visit, payable at the time of scheduling. However, rest assured that this fee will be deducted from the proposal should you decide to choose our services. We prioritize precision to provide you with a customized plan that aligns perfectly with your commercial HVAC needs.

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What Can I Do Myself?

Trimming away overgrown brush is not included in the AAA Maintenance service, as we do not carry the necessary tools for this specific task. However, it is crucial to ensure your AC unit does not reach such a state. Maintain at least 5 inches of clearance around the unit to allow proper airflow. The fins of the unit draw in air, and any obstruction can lead to poor performance or even critical failure. Failure to maintain adequate clearance could impact the warranty’s validity.

Be proactive in landscaping around your AC unit—avoid planting shrubbery too close. Your unit needs space to breathe. Ensure optimal performance and longevity by giving it the room it requires. Let it breathe!

Filters Need To Be Checked Regulaly

Standard pleated filters typically have a maximum estimated lifespan of 90 days. It is advisable to inspect these filters on a monthly basis. For larger filters known as “media filters,” generally 4 to 5 inches thick, the estimated lifespan can range from 6 to 12 months, contingent upon your home’s environment. Factors such as the presence of animals, high dust areas, home repairs, and frequent open doors may contribute to a shorter lifespan for your filters. Regular monitoring and timely replacement are crucial for optimal HVAC system performance.

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Air Conditioners Need To Breathe Too!

Renovating? Power Down Your HVAC for Optimal Results!

During home remodeling, drywall repairs, or painting projects, it is strongly advised to refrain from running your HVAC system. These activities often generate dust, debris, and particulate matter that can compromise the system’s efficiency and air quality. The fine particles produced during such tasks can clog air filters, diminish airflow, and potentially cause damage to the system components.

To mitigate the impact on your HVAC system, consider taking the following measures:

  1. Temporary Shutdown: Temporarily turn off your HVAC system during the remodeling or painting process to prevent the circulation of airborne particles throughout your home.

  2. Invest in Additional Filters: Purchase additional air filters and keep them on hand. The increased dust and debris generated during renovations may require more frequent filter changes to maintain optimal system performance.

  3. Regular Monitoring: Periodically check and change the filters to prevent clogging and maintain proper airflow. This is especially important in environments with ongoing renovations.

By taking these precautions, you not only protect your HVAC system from potential damage but also ensure the air circulating in your home remains clean and healthy. Remember, a little extra care during renovation projects can go a long way in preserving the longevity and efficiency of your HVAC system.

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