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2August 2022

 

HVAC Inspection

It’s critical to have an HVAC inspection to keep your system in good working order by remembering to do seasonal preventative maintenance. If you have a heating and cooling system that keeps your home or your office at a comfortable temperature all year, it’s crucial to consider the different seasons when evaluating it to ensure it’ll operate for the season.

When it comes to your HVAC unit, there are numerous factors to consider, like the system’s age, if it is currently operating at full capacity, when you last changed your air filter, and much more.

It’s essential to bring in a professional who knows what to check for if your system isn’t maintaining your home at a suitable temperature.

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Spring

When the first days of spring are upon you it’s time to check that your air conditioning system is ready for the season. This involves an AC tune-up. 

The professional will ensure that the AC is in good working order before the hottest days of the summer are upon you.

Summer

It’s important to change the filter monthly, especially if someone in your home suffers from allergies, but even more important to change it after Spring, moving into summer.

Check that air flow is correct, tighten any electrical connections, and monitor refrigerant pressure. Don’t forget to clean your condensate drain.

Fall

When fall is upon you it’s time to get another tune-up but this time with heating your home in mind.

Check thermostat calibration, clean the furnace burner assembly, check again for proper airflow and change the filter. Both Spring and Fall are high allergy times and you want to remove allergens that can make your family uncomfortable. Also, be sure to measure the temperature difference between supply air and return air.

Winter

Now that winter is upon you, again, ensure that you’ve changed all filters, tightened all electrical components, and lubricated all moving parts.

Double-check equipment condition area and clearance from debris to avoid furnace fires.

A lot of HVAC units are in closets that also end up as storage repositories, so ensure that there is plenty of clearance to avoid fire hazards.

Every season pay attention to whether or not your system is making noises that it shouldn’t, whether there are smells that you don’t want there and other issues that can affect performance.

Your HVAC professional offers packages for Winter and Summer tune-ups to help make the most out of your HVAC system, keeping you and your family cool or warm as the case may be.

It’s important to have regular maintenance before problems begin and definitely alert your professional HVAC company to any differences that you’ve noticed in your HVAC’s performance. 

 

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