Canton Michigan and Howell Michigan
Furnace repair and replacement.
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- Furnace repair
- Furnace service
- Furnace cleaning
- Furnace maintenance
- Furnace tune up
Air Condition service
- Air Condition service
- Air Condition cleaning
- Air Condition replacement
- Air Condition installation
Condition Charging and leak detection
- Humidifier installation
- Humidifier service
service and trouble shooting.
Boiler heating and Hydronic heating service
- Residentual Boiler heating system
Geo Thermal and heat pump service
Crematory furnace service
Maintenance and Repairs
Air handling maintenace
- Filter changing
- Maintenance record keeping and scheduling
Service: We offer a furnace clean and checks a 28 point heating saftey inspection to make sure your furnace is performing safely and at maximum efficiency. Inspection includes cleaning & furnace
air handler and control surfaces, inspection and testing of all safety controls, lubrication and maintenance of serviceable
parts, visual inspection of the heat exchanger integrity and an electronic carbon monoxide test to ensure you and your family, renters,
or customers are safe during the heating season.
Conditioner service: We offer a 31 point air conditioner service inspection to insure your air
conditioner is ready to perform during the warmest summer days. Inspection includes furnace blower compartment, evaporator
and condenser coil inspections, visual and electrical inspection of wiring and operational controls. Air conditioner
service can also include inspection and cleaning of condernser coils, refrigerant check and charge .
During the heating season, nothing affects indoor comfort as much as the proper operation of your whole
house humidifier. Ensuring proper humidity in your home will protect your home furnishings as well as
provide energy savings and comfort. Humidifier service includes checking for proper equipment operation,
inspecting for proper water and air flow, inspecting wetting media, and humidistat controls.
Heater Service: Hot water heater life and efficiency can be greatly improved by proper annual maintenance. Service
includes inspection for water and fuel supply leaks, draining of sediment from tanks, inspection and cleaning of the burner,
orifice, thermocouple and pilot hood. On electric Heaters inspection of thermostat, heating element current draw and power
supply. Inspection of tank anode.
Service Plan: For Residential, Landlords, and Commercial customers.
Standard Residential Plans include both Furnace and Air conditioning start up inspections.
Plans can include additional mid-season inspections with quarterly (every three months) filter changes.
create a custom maintenance plan with accurate records for your residence, rental home, or place of business.
Service plans can include waived service call fees when subscribed to the Heating and
Cooling service plan.
Call us today for a free consultation
than coordinating HVAC maintenance yourself, let Parko Home remember when it's time for routine care and preventive maintenance.
We will set a convenient appointment and are trained technicians will do a thorough check of your heating and cooling system.
Servicing your furnace
and air conditioner is hands down the best thing you as a home owners Landlords, or business owner can do to maintain
efficiency and avoid heating and air conditioner problems. Furnace and air conditioner service plans include one free service
call. Because we are committed to bringing comfort to everyone in Wayne County, Oakland County, and Washtenaw County we offer
a furnace and air conditioner service plan to fit your needs.
A gas valve over time wears the regulation
spring out. This spring can control the amount of presssure to the burner assembly. To much gas can overheat the heat
exchanger inthe furnace and cause a premature failure of the furnace. This is a common issue in furnaces. When your furnace
was originally installed this should have been check to make sure that during transport the valve was still set at the furnace
To help you when discussing your heating,
cooling or ventilation issue.
Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency. This is a measure of a furnace's heating efficiency. The higher the AFUE% is,
the more efficient the product is. The government's regulated minimum AFUE rating for furnaces is 78%.
This is the portion of the central air
conditioning or heat pump system that moves heated or cooled air throughout a home's ductwork. In some systems a furnace handles
An outdoor temperature, usually between 30 degree and 45 degree F, at which a heat pump's output exactly equals the
heating needs of the home. Below the balance point, supplementary electric resistance heat is needed to maintain indoor comfort.
This is British Thermal
Unit. The amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one pound of water (about one pint) by one degree F.
The portion of a heat
pump or central air conditioning system that is located in the home and functions as the heat transfer point for warming or
cooling indoor air.
An air conditioner with a valve that allows it to alternate between heating and cooling.
A body of air or liquid from
which heat is collected. The air outside the home is used as the heat source during the heating cycle.
Heating Seasonal Performance Factor. This is a measure of
a heat pump's heating efficiency. The higher the HSPF, the more efficient the product is.
Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. A measure of an air conditioner's
cooling efficiency, The higher the SEER, the more efficient the product is.
A heat pump or central air conditioning system with components
located both inside and outside the home. The most common design for home use.
608 Universal Certification
· R-410A Certification
· EPA 609 Automotive Air Conditioning
(Flexible Gas Piping) Certification
Walk-in Installation and Service Expert Certification,
Weil McLain, Steam Boiler Operations, Zoning Hydronic HTC Systems, Hot Water
Boilers and Multiple Boiler Systems Certifications.
Service and maintain multi unit buildings (PM)
Diagnose and repair 3,4,5, 6, 7.5, 8.5 and, 10 ton package units.
Replace failed package units
Install new or replace failed
refrigeration condensers / evaporators, piping, wiring
Replace failed boiler, pumps,
valves and components
Completed CSD1 testing for Van Dyke and Centerline
- Maintainance and repair electric valves, heat
transfer equipment, ventilation, and air distribution equipment 70,80 and 90+ residential .
- Install and replace
pumps, motors, compressor’s or refrigeration equipment, Red Robin, Denny’s Elias Brothers, etc: commercial.
- Reads gauges and
instruments to calibrates mechanisms such as valves, controls, and pumps.
- Can operate on various refrigeration equipment
in compliance with EPA guidelines.
- Tests malfunctioning systems and components using electrical, mechanical,
digital and controls.
- Performs planned maintenance, regular servicing, and repairs to refrigeration equipment of all types,
sizes, and temperature ranges.
- Maintained records of repairs or equipment requiring future service.
and preventative maintenance for all HVAC equipment.
Handling the tasks of assisting technicians in the installation
of HVAC units, including electronic and mechanical components.
Installation of HVAC systems
Flexible tubing and sheet metal construction,
Troubleshooting and repairing HVAC units
Handle the tasks of installing and repairing fuel and water supply lines.
Conserve, install and recycle
CFC, HCFC and, HFC refrigerants.
and 90+% forced air and solid fuel furnaces ranging from 45,000-155,000 btu input into both new and existing homes. Installed
and replaced new venting systems consisting of single wall, double wall, triple wall and, pvc for gas and solid fuel systems
as well as, black gas pipe and TracPipe systems, sized in accordance with the 2012 International Fuel Gas and 2009 Michigan
Mechanical Codes into both new homes and commercial buildings.
single package rooftop heating/cooling units ranging in size from 3 to 15 tons of cooling capacity, including but not limited
to, installing curb and alternate support as needed, field fabricating ductwork, installing external traps for condensate
lines, rigging and placing units, installing flue hoods, installing gas piping, making electrical connections, supply, control
and heat anticipator. Adjusting factory installed options such as potentiometer and evaporator fan speed and completing Start-Up
Checklist per manufacturers installation instructions and 2009 Michigan Mechanical Code.
2 ½ to 20 ton R-22 and R410-a split systems and mini splits with various seer ratings in both commercial and residential,
new applications and change outs. Utilizing both 2 pipe and 4 pipe configurations. Cased and uncased coils, A-coils and N-coils.
Field fabricated plenums, drives and cleats. Fabricated condensate lines from ¾ to 2 inch, wiring and installing condensate
pumps and or pucks. Installed and wired supply voltage, disconnect and stat and, or control wiring. Field fabricated line
sets, both soft and hard piping, cleaned, swaged and brazed all connections. Pressure tested, dehydrated to 400 microns and
completed Start Up Checklist, as per 2009 Michigan Mechanical Code and Manufactures Installation instructions.
Serviced and installed
single and multiple boiler systems, mechanical draft, sidewall vented and direct vent boilers ranging from one hundred thousand
to over ten million BTU’s preformed CSD1’s for several school districts and local businesses
as per state requirements. Troubleshot, installed and replaced circulator pumps (water and oil lubricated ) expansion tanks,
air separators, relief valves.
Installed and serviced process piping
as per MMC and IFGC for series loop systems, one pipe gravity return and pumped return. Two pipe wet return and pumped return
systems, modular and multiple boilers, multi-use systems and bypass piping for gas fired, propane and oil fired systems for
residential and large commercial applications.
Trouble shot and
installed a multitude of , probe type cutoffs, float type cutoffs, transformer relays, pressure limit controls, temperature
limit controls, outdoor reset controls, 3 and 4 wire zone valves etc.
I have also completed Weil McLain Hydronics Education and Training and I am currently certified Specialist in Hot water
boilers, Steam boilers, Zoning Hydronic HTG Systems and Multiple boiler systems.
Diagnosed and serviced 2 ½ - 20 ton split system, mini splits and package(single and dual circuit units). Commercial
and residential applications utilizing R-22 and R-410a refrigerants. Including but not limited to, replacing filters (indoor
& outdoor) and belts. Oiling motors, greasing bearings, cleaning evaporator and condensing coils (single and split condensing
coils), verifying, outdoor air temp(DB), return air temp (DB&WB) & cooling supply air (DB&WB).
Verified circuit suction and discharge temp/pressure, superheat/ subcooling and adjusting
as per manufactures charging tables. Diagnosed, repaired and, or replaced, Accumulators, head pressure valves, defrost controls,
filter dryer, suction line dryers, TXV, cap tubes, start caps, run caps, condensing fans, condensing fan
motors, hermetic, semi hermetic and scroll compressors, contactors, faulty wiring, fused disconnects, condensate lines and
pumps, high & low pressure switches and compressor heaters, piping (hard and soft)
Leak detection, leak repair, recovery techniques, recovery requirements, dehydration brazing
and repaired piping practices on all repairs were completed in compliance with Federal Clean Air Act- Section
– 608 Type 1, 2, or 3 , and Michigan Mechanical Code.
PARKO HOME RENOVATIONS,
Phone: (734) 812-3884
43812 Leeann Lane
Canton, Michigan 48187