Utah Furnace and AC Maintenance and Tune-up Service


When is the ideal time to have an HVAC maintenance and tune-up service? Any time before you welcome the extreme temperatures of summer and winter. Spring is the ideal time for air conditioning maintenance, while fall is the perfect season for a furnace tune up. These services are readily available with the help from Larsen’s Salt Lake City and Utah Valley HVAC maintenance teams.

Ensuring Your Comfort

It is not easy to face hot days in Salt Lake and Utah Valley with a broken air conditioning system or stay comfortable when you have a faulty furnace during winter. With our maintenance services, we ensure the comfort of your family when those seasons arrive. Our licensed and experienced technicians can work with a variety of HVAC units, so you can expect a thorough and reliable check. In case they spot an issue during a maintenance check, they will let you know accordingly and do the repair promptly.

Mature Repairman works On Apartment Air Conditioning Unit

Giving You Additional Benefits

Apart from ensuring your comfort in the coming season, the following are the benefits of our air conditioning and furnace tune-ups.

  • Savings

During the checkup, our technicians will test the performance of your unit. They will determine if your unit is wasting too much energy or not. If yes, they will provide the necessary repairs, allowing you to save hundreds of dollars on your monthly electric bill. In addition, proper maintenance will extend the lifespan of your unit, reducing or eliminating the need for premature replacements.

  • Safety

Our trained technicians will check if your furnace emits carbon dioxide, or if the controls are working properly or not, ensuring the safety of your family.

Don’t let spring and fall end without getting a tune-up for your HVAC system. Let Larsen’s qualified Salt Lake City and Utah Valley HVAC maintenance team help you get one. Call us today to schedule a service.

  • Inspect heat exchanger and vacuum out minor rust deposits
  • Visual inspection of evaporator coil
  • Inspect and clean burners
  • Vacuum out minor rust around burners
  • Check ignition controls
  • Clean flame sensor
  • Measure temperature rise
  • Measure blower amps
  • Check blower amps
  • Inspect flue pipe
  • Test main limit switch
  • Test flame rollout switches
  • Test all safety controls
  • Test gas valve operation
  • Check gas connections at furnace
  • Check and adjust gas valve pressure (if necessary)
  • Test fan control
  • Test door switch
  • Check and tighten all electrical connections
  • Check and tighten low voltage connections
  • Measure high voltage to furnace
  • Test inducer assembly
  • Test pressure switch
  • Check thermostat operation
  • Inspect ductwork
  • Replace standard 1 inch filter when in stock
  • Update inspection label
  • Clean up after completion of tune up