Energy Savings Agreement

One of DGL’s very popular perks for customers is our Energy Savings Agreement. We’ve had this perk for a long time. And it pays for itself!

Our Energy Savings Agreement is such a great perk to have. And it offers so much to our customers that we had to finally give it its own blog post! So without further ado, here are the benefits of signing up for the our Energy Savings Agreement.

Energy Savings Agreement:

What it Is

The Energy Savings agreement is a yearly perk we offer our customers to save them some money and give them priority service. It's our way of saying "thank you" to our loyal customers by offering them an affordable yearly maintenance plan with priority service.

What it Costs

Energy Savings Agreement only costs $15.75 a month! If you have a premium filter we can spread that cost over 12 months.

What it Includes (Regular Membership)

Energy Savings agreement includes:

  • 2 Free Annual HVAC Maintenance Services
  • Up to 1lb of Refrigerant
  • 50% off Service Call Fees
  • 20% Discount Off Parts, Labor and Services!

Why You Should Get it

For starters, regular maintenance keeps your air conditioner alive and healthy for a long time! And if you have an air conditioning or heating emergency and we fix it, you get 20% off your service! You also get priority service ... for less than $200 a year! That’s right, two free maintenances, priority service and a 20% discount on everything! And you get it for less than what you probably paid for your flat-screen TV! So the question is not “WHY SHOULD YOU get it”, but rather “WHY WOULDN’T YOU get it?”

Energy Savings Agreement is super affordable. Just give us a call at 714-279-9480 and ask for it! And if you’ve ever wondered what’s included in the AC maintenance service, here's the breakdown:

What Air Conditioner Maintenance Includes

Inside the Home:

  • Check thermostat and system operation
  • Level and calibrate thermostat (if needed)
  • Check and clean filters
  • Inspect float safety switch
  • Check all duct connections for air leakage
  • Inspect blower motor and bearings
  • Monitor fan motor and bearings
  • Inspect fan motor for operating temperature
  • Tighten all electrical connections
  • Check air flow at each vent
  • Inspect electrical heater for proper operation
  • Check blower capacitor for proper power output
  • Inspect all wiring and connections
  • Inspect and all test system transformers, relays, contractors and controls
  • Check and adjust blower speed
  • Treat drain
  • Surface clean the indoor coil
  • Clean the drain line and condensate line

Outside the Home:

  • Open outdoor unit and remove all debris
  • Adjust or tie back any wiring or tubing to prevent damage from vibration
  • Check condensate drain line
  • Inspect fan motor and bearings
  • Check all electrical connections
  • Inspect contact (points) for wear and tear
  • Check all circuit boards for burn marks or corrosion
  • Inspect all motor running amps
  • Check all proper voltages
  • Inspect compressor starting amps
  • Monitor fan motor and compressor for operating temperatures
  • Check system operation in both heating and cooling
  • Inspect run and start capacitor for proper power output
  • Check all refrigerant components for possible leaks all pipe insulation at outdoor units
  • Inspect and adjust freon pressures (up to 1 lb)
  • Test defrost timers and operation
  • Lubricate motor and fan bearings as well as other parts as needed
  • Level condenser for proper motor and bearing wear