While enduring the heat of the summer, it is important to most people to have a sanctuary they can be comfortable in. Homeowners need to invest in routine HVAC maintenance services in order to maintain these comforts in their home and protect their cooling system. It is strongly recommended that you get the air conditioner tuned up just before the start of the warm season, and at the end of the season, AC inspection services. Today, we at Steve’s Heating & Air would like to discuss the basics of an AC inspection.
What is the HVAC Inspection Service Checklist?
Once any kind of issues arise, the comfort, along other elements, is compromised. Preventative measures not only protect your home’s overall comfort, but it also helps you avoid costlier repairs. HVAC is an acronym for Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning, as most people know. Before you get one done, learning the basics of an inspection can help you better find a trustworthy HVAC company. It also helps you know what HVAC technician does inside and outside the home, be more informed about any HVAC repairs or HVAC replacements, know what questions to ask, as well as prepare you for optimal maintenance and preventative care.
What to Expect with an HVAC System Check
Through the HVAC inspection, you can better determine your next steps. Depending on your concerns from the above symptoms, you can get on the schedule for a service call to make a repair or get an HVAC quote to replace your system. If you are buying or selling a home, whether it needs any upgrades, repairs, or replacement, the inspection report will give you a good outlook on your HVAC system’s health and detail. Your expert technician will perform the following duties listed below during their inspection service, no matter what make or model of HVAC system you have in most cases. Below are the attributes that are tested and performance evaluated.
1) There is a written comprehensive diagnostic report itemizing pertinent information.
2) Overall performance
3) Condensate drain and drip pans
4) The blower motor
5) All of the safety equipment, fail safes, and surge protectors
6) The condenser, evaporator coil, air handler or furnace, electrical components and compressor
7) The thermostat
8) Air filters
9) Proper airflow
10) Equipment’s current condition
11) Refrigerant levels
12) Signs of pest infestations
Testing the systems performance and looking for any concerns that can cause problems are the goal is to inspect the basics. With the information given, you will know how to proceed with your cooling system. To maximize the health and comfort of your home or business, you can repair or replace the recommended equipment or parts and consider incorporating any recommended accessories once the inspection is complete.
HVAC Upgrades to Consider
Depending on the condition of your current HVAC unit, it’s possible to upgrade your equipment with any of the following accessories.
– WiFi or other smart thermostats
– Air purifiers and extra filtration
– Surge protectors
– Leak prevention
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An older model system that is running with discontinued refrigerant like Freon is better off replaced. Much like vehicles or tech devices, if it costs more to repair than replace, it’s time to replace. When you need to schedule an inspection, or any other maintenance, repair, installation or replacement services in Pine Belt, MS, call Steve’s Heating and Air.