20 Point Inspection

It's always easier to keep your HVAC system in proper condition than to diagnose and repair it later when something goes wrong. We recommend consulting our technicians and scheduling preventive maintenance regularly. If your heating and cooling equipment is not working properly, contact us for an appointment, and we will take care of returning your HVAC system to normal working order. We service and repair all models and brands of HVAC equipment.

   20 Point Inspection for Cooling and Heating Maintenances

1. Calibrate Thermostat for accurate control & prevent system from running longer than necessary, increasing utility usage.

2. Inspect Filters to reduce energy use, reduce compressor strain, improve indoor air quality, and improve comfort.

3. Inspect & Adjust Blower Assembly to extend motor life, improves air quality, and reduces sound.

4. Visually Inspect Ductwork to identify obvious leaks, which reduce system efficiency and increase utility expense.

5. Inspect Wiring & Tighten Electrical Connections to insure uninterrupted system operation.

6. Measure Voltage & Amperage to identify baseline-operating conditions.

7. Equipment Cleanliness to insure proper airflow across the evap coil for proper humidity removal and reliable operation.

8. Clean Condensate Drains to prevent water damage and the potential for mold formation.

9. Clean Outside Condensing Coil to restore heat transfer efficiency and reduce utility cost.

10. Test Capacitors & Starting Capabilities to insure reliable operation and continued compressor and motor protection.

11. Lubricate All Moving Parts to maintain efficiency and extend equipment life.

12. Test Crankcase Heater to insure proper compressor protection.

13. Test Defrost Controls to insure system will go into proper defrost mode in cold weather.

14. Inspect Controls to make sure they operate correctly.

15. Inspect Valves to insure they open and close when needed.

16. Inspect Safety Controls to make sure they operate correctly.

17. Test Refrigerant Charge to insure optimum levels leading to lower utility usage and extend compressor life.

18. Temperature Differential to insure system is getting a 18 degree to 22 degree split from return to supply vents.

19. Secure Loose Panels to prevent debris build up, reduce vibration and ensure safe operation.

20. Installation Quality to insuring the system is installed properly and up to code.