Your HVAC system is maintained through a rigorous inspection and tune-up process designed to address all critical components of your HVAC system. This includes core equipment like the furnace or air conditioner as well as accessories like the thermostat. We pay especially close attention to electrical connections and moving parts since they can experience some of the heaviest wear and tear.
What’s included in the inspection?
The inspection gives your technician a chance to look for signs of trouble. For many common HVAC problems, obvious damage or specific sounds can be clues a problem is on the horizon. If we find something, we can resolve it right then and there with a tune-up. For cooling equipment, we’ll inspect the refrigerant supply, the condenser coil, the evaporator coil and the condensate drain lines. And for heating systems, we examine the flue pipes, burners, blower and all safety controls.
What’s performed during the tune-up?
Whether it’s a small crack or a layer of dust, even minor issues can eventually turn into real headaches. The tune-up part of our maintenance visits can address these kinds of things before they evolve or spread to another part of your HVAC system. We’ll also take care of other tasks like changing the air filter or adjusting your heating’s pressure regulator.
Keep in mind that this long list of maintenance services represents only a small number of the tasks you can expect from our service agreements. The actual services will depend on your specific equipment and can include alternative HVAC systems like heat pumps.