Other General Maintenance
The Preventive maintenance of your heating and cooling system is critical to the efficient operation and longevity of your system. There are a number of preventive maintenance services that we offer to help you keep your home or business running as efficiently and reliably as possible, while also mitigating repair and replacement costs. Here’s a rundown of the wide array of 20-point check-ups, that preventative maintenance entails:
We’ll check your system to ensure that it has the correct refrigerant levels. This ensures that your air conditioning works properly when needed. It’s essential to check the refrigerant to make sure that there is no hidden leakage, or deterioration that can cause AC failure down the road.
Brush Out Electrical Cabinet
A clogged up and dirty electrical cabinet poses a safety hazard for fires, and also makes it difficult for technicians to service your electrical and heating and cooling systems. We’ll make sure that the electrical cabinet is cleaned out during our preventative maintenance visit; so that you can have peace of mind and any technician can easily access it to service your systems.
Check Thermostat Operation and Mounting
As part of our commitment to helping you operate your home or business as efficiently as possible, we’ll check your thermostat to ensure that it is working properly and displaying accurate information. We’ll also make sure that the mounting is secured and doesn’t pose any safety risks or electrical malfunctions.
During preventative maintenance services, we also check on the various parts and sections of your heating and cooling systems. Here are some of the things that we look at, to make sure your system is functioning properly, and also to help us identify any potential problems you might have in the future:
Fan Amps Checkup
Inspect Condenser Coil and Clean as Needed
Contractor Points Inspection
Test and Check Caps and Valves
Blower Amps Inspection
Heat Strips Amps Inspection
Visual Inspection of Circuit Components
Inspection of Evaporator Coil
Removal of Buildup in Evaporator Coil
By committing to regular annual or bi-annual preventative maintenance, you can vastly reduce your expected heating and cooling repair and heating and cooling replacement costs in the future. In addition to financial considerations, out-of-date or damaged heating and cooling systems might also pose a safety risk, and should be the priority of the property owner to address it immediately and take steps to prevent those issues from arising. We recommend that you have preventative maintenance of your heating and cooling systems at least once a year for homes and twice a year for businesses.
20 Check Up Point Preventive Maintenance
It’s our passion to help homeowners and business owners to safely and efficiently heat and cool their buildings. In addition to our routine maintenance, you can always contact us with concerns about the operation of your system. We will promptly address your problem and advise you on preventative maintenance or repair in accordance with our professional training and years of experience.
- Check system for proper refrigerant charge
- Check compressor and fan amps
- Check and clean condenser coil
- Check capacitors
- Check contractor points
- Brush out electrical cabinet
- Check all caps and valves for seals and proper fit
- Check thermostat operation and mounting
- Check blower amps
- Check heat strip amps, circuit components, and safeties
- Check/evaluate evaporator coil for buildup
- Check blower wheel for buildup
- Check all electrical connections and wires
- Change/clean filter
- Check temperature splits
- Lubricate all moving parts where applicable
- Flush and vacuum drain line/pan and evaluate drainage
- Check float switch operation
- Clean equipment exterior and return air grills
- Check final performance and report necessary improvements