Proper maintenance is very important. Your furnace runs the equivalent of 152,000 driving miles per season; your car would need approximately fifty oil changes for that many miles. Be sure your system is safe and reliable with your discounted annual tune-up, cleaning and inspection.

 Repair/replacement costs, labor and material are not included in the below agreements. These costs will be quoted separately if they should arise.

We offer service agreement options for your furnace, air conditioner and your sump pump. Contact Lee today to see how we can assist with your home maintenance needs!

Lee Service AC Maintenance


  • Check all safeties, carbon monoxide and gas 
  • Inspect furnace operation 
  • Inspect burners and heat exchanger 
  • Check thermostat 
  • Clean drain line 
  • Check airflow 
  • Check filter(s) 
  • Clean and test flame sensor 
  • Clean source of ignition 
  • Lubricate all moving parts 
  • Check venting 
  • Check for gas leak
  • Lower utility bills 
  • Extend equipment 
  • Improved capacity 
  • Fewer repairs 
  • Improved safety 
  • 10% off all parts 
  • 24 hour emergency service 
  • Use combustion analyzer 
  • Upfront pricing 
  • Improved comfort 
  • Agreement transferable 
  • Same day priority service


  • Unplug the pump and remove it from the basin for evaluation. Examine for rust or corrosion. Clean the pump inlet screen. 
  • Check the sump basin for debris and remove. 
  • Reinstall the pump and plug it back into the power outlet. 
  • Pour five gallons of water into the basin and observe the action of the float switch. Verify that it moves through its entire range of travel without binding and turns the pump on and off at the proper time. 
  • Outside, check the condition of the pump discharge pipe. Make sure it is not obstructed by dirt or vegetation. Also verify that it drains fully and does not contain residual water that may freeze in winter, rupturing the pipe or obstructing proper flow. 
  • Verify check valve on discharge is working properly. 
  • Make sure sump discharge line is mounted securely. 
  • Discuss if back up sump pump system would be beneficial. 

Reliability – Because your sump pump is designed to work during emergency situations, you absolutely need to know that it will work when you need it to. Regular sump pump maintenance is a great way to make sure that it will come on and do its job when you need it. 

Efficiency – When your sump pump does come on, you want it to work as efficiently as possible. You need to know that it will have the ability to successfully evacuate the water in your basement. Without regular maintenance, your sump pump may become worn out. While it may turn on, it might not be working well enough to do the job it needs to do. With regular inspections and tests, your plumbing technician will be able to tell if it is up to the job. 

Extended life – Often, we see that small problems that were left unattended ended up destroying one of our customer’s sump pumps. When you have your sump pump regularly inspected, you can make sure that those small issues get resolved quickly.