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Phone: (609) 693-4034

PO BOX 903 
Forked River, NJ 08731
Long Beach Island
Phone: (609) 848-8515
Coastal Heating & Air
Master HVAC/R License #19HC00454600
New Jersey HIC License #13VH04065000
EPA licensed HVAC/R technician
Fully Bonded and Insured



Annual inspections are an important part of the preventative maintenance for gas furnaces and boilers. It assures that your system safely stays running at its peak performance. For $89.00 we provide you with all these services below.

 Utilizing the latest testing equipment this is the service we perform:

  • Perform a combustion analysis on system.*
  • Test exhaust system for proper venting. 
  • Verify draft and check for flue gas spillage.
  • Visual and camera heat exchanger inspection. (if accessible) 
  • Test for carbon monoxide.
  • Clean and vacuum burners. 
  • Check airflow and BTU output. 
  • Test ignition control for proper operation. 
  • Test flame sensor and clean if needed.
  • Ohm check hot surface ignitor. 
  • Test for natural gas leaks and perform gas valve leak test.
  • Test safety control circuits for proper operation.
  • Measure amperage of blower motor and draft inducer motor. 
  • Check condensate drain line. (high efficiency condensing furnaces)
  • Lubricate blower motor if needed. 
  • Inspect all electrical wiring. 
  • Inspect pilot burner and thermocouple.
  • Inspect for combustible material around furnace.
  • Vacuum out blower compartment.
  • Clean furnace exterior.
  • Repair minor air leaks in supply and return plenum.
  • Check filter, replaced as needed. (standard filter size)
  • Check thermostat operation and replace batteries if needed. (standard size alkaline) 

This service takes approximately 1 hour to complete.

*The importance of combustion analysis as part of a gas-fired heating system inspection cannot be overstated. The combustion data provided by the analysis of the heater’s flue gases identifies the state of performance of the heating equipment. We perform combustion analysis for the following reasons:
• Verify the safe operation of the combustion system.
• Verify the integrity of the heating unit and its venting system. 
• Monitor the combustion efficiency of the heating unit. 
This information can point to possible problems that require correction immediately for safe and satisfactory operation of the heating system.