Quality Air of the Carolinas offers your home and/or business our years of expertise with the benefit of integrity pricing, and we do it all with your family’s’ health as our priority.

Our Quality Air Maintenance Membership Plans pay for themselves by saving you money on your monthly bills; from increased system efficiency to extending the life of your HVAC system, Quality Air also offers the opportunity to add state-of-the-art air purification devices into our maintenance plans, at the lowest prices in the industry.

Here’s a list of what you can expect during a regular maintenance visit:

• Extend the life of your HVAC system(s). We want long-term integrity driven relationships. Your referrals are just as valuable to us as replacing your system. The longer we save you money, the more referrals we hope to earn.

• 15% discount for members on parts and repairs. If the time comes when your system can’t be fixed any longer, or it makes more sense to replace it, we give QA Plan Members best-in-area discounts and priority service replacement.

• We apply $50 per member year off the replacement cost of a new system, in addition to any rebates or discounts at time of replacement.

• Fewer repairs and surprises.

• No after-hours fees.

• Safety inspections and monitoring. Our technicians do all they can to assess your systems and head off issues before they become costly problems.

• Free IAQ assessment.

• Priority service to members and $49 dollar diagnostic fees for emergency calls- Normally $79.

• 23-step cooling inspection and tune up every spring.

• 23-step heating inspection and tune up every fall.

Quality Air Maintenance Member Advantages:

First system $15 per month. $5 additional per month/each additional system. (A full system=one AC and one furnace).

Payment options:

• We offer low monthly financing options.

• Monthly credit card payments.

• Payment in-full at time of first seasonal service.

Quality Air Maintenance Plan + Indoor Air Quality (IAQ):

Additional benefits of the QA+IAQ plan (Above benefits plus the following):

• Full house IAQ assessment twice a year.

• Installation on cabinet filtration system at your HVAC unit.

• Cabinet filter change every six months.

• Installation of smart thermostat to control air flow, monitor energy consumption and ability to control from cell phone. Training on use of smart thermostat.

• Installation of advanced Bi-polar ionization system.

Quality Air Maintenance Plan + Indoor Air Quality (IAQ):

Bi-polar ionization to eliminate Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC’s), odors and smoke molecules. The bi-polar ions produced will collect particles, making them larger and easier to filter, and it will reduce static electricity. No matter how much outside air you bring into your home or building, without cold plasma technology, you will never achieve the level of ions required to kill mold, allergens and 99% of pathogens, control odors and reduce particles.

QA-IAQ plans require the additional purchase of IAQ products which are added to your HVAC system: an air purifying system, smart thermostat and cabinet filter are needed for each HVAC system in home. We significantly reduce the cost of these products for customers who sign up for a membership plan. Financing is available!

Preventative Maintenance performed with QA plan visits :

As part of our maintenance plan, we’re excited to provide a complete precision tune-up and professional cleaning, semi-annually, according to the needs of your HVAC system, during the term indicated.

• Clean the burners
• Clean the flame sensor
• Clear the pressure port
• Check the gas pressure
• Check the amperage on the inducer and blower motors
• Check the igniter and clean it if it is a spark electrode
• Check the heat exchanger
• Check the inducer wheel to make sure it is free and clear
• Check the cleanliness of the blower wheel and motor
• Check the blower capacitor
• Check the inducer motor capacitor
• Check the temperature rise and calculate CFM
• Check the ductwork
• Check the flue
• Check for CO inside the house
• Check the filters
• Check the thermostat
• Check the wiring connections
• Check the condensate trap for a high efficiency furnace• Check the condensate pump for high efficiency units


Check the dual capacitor
• Check the contactor
• Check the amperage on the condensing fan motor and the compressor
• Check the evaporator coil
• Check the drain• Check the refrigerant charge• Clear the drain lines• If we were doing the a/c check without the furnace check, then we would be checking the blower and blower capacitor as well. If it was an a/c tune up then we would be cleaning the outdoor unit and chemically cleaning the condensing coil.

Quality Air® of the Carolinas gives you the expertise your home or business needs with integrity pricing! And we do it all with your families’ health as our priority! Our maintenance plans pay for themselves by saving you money on your monthly bills while extending the life of your HVAC system.

We also offer the opportunity to add state of the art air purification devices into our maintenance plans at the lowest prices in the industry.

Without the right maintenance, installation knowledge, tools and technique, you could waste $0.50 of every dollar and significantly shorten the life of your HVAC system.

Call us today at (704) 997-5778 to talk with a consultant and enjoy the savings and have clean air today!


The Facts about HVAC maintenance and installation:

Louisiana State University
Along with Golf States Utility, LSU found consumers could save about $30 a month just by making sure that their air-conditioning/heating systems are cleaned and serviced regularly.

North Carolina Alternative Energy Corp.

This nonprofit organization examined air-conditioning manufacturers’ efficiencies versus the actual efficiencies that resulted after installation.
Expert installation matters!!

• 90% of the units tested exhibited some sort of energy wasting problem.
• 50% of installs had an improper refrigerant charge.
• 40% of installs failed to meet minimum airflow criteria. 20% were barely inside the range specified by manufacturers.
• A deficiency of 20% in airflow reduces the SEER Rating by 17%.
• A 15% duct return air leak from a 120° attic could reduce a 12 SEER to a 6 SEER rating!

Texas A&M University

Found a 23% refrigerant undercharge could result in a 52% efficiency loss. This happens often because many techs don’t check temperatures and pressures at the same time resulting in this common error.

Pacific Gas & Electric

Found the average heating energy savings/improvement for:

• Repair of disconnected ducks resulted in 15% increased efficiency
• Repaired a fuse or leakage 7.5% increased efficiency
• Correcting low airflow 5.6% increased efficiency
• Repairing leaks and correcting refrigerant charge 18.4% increase in efficiency

Lakeland Electric and Water.
Researchers found that by repairing leaking ductwork, cooling energy was reduced by an average of 17.4%.

HVAC manufactures
Data shows a condensing unit with a SEER of 13 matched with an old air handler would decrease this SEER to 9.2, resulting in 30% less efficiency.

Our maintenance plans solves problems and saves you money! Call us today at (704) 997-5778 for more information.