HVAC Maintenance/Repair

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Maintenance Is Vital

 

The majority of homeowners in the United States continue to rely on the fact that if they receive a great product that it will be working at it's best condition at any given moment.

Just like any other operating system that we all utilize on a daily basis, maintenance is vital for the best quality that is deserved.  This is why we urge any HVAC system owner to properly maintain their HVAC system on an annual basis for optimal output of their HVAC system.

If you are need of a repair or a yearly maintenance, please contact us at Aeris right away and we will schedule an appointment with you that best fits your schedule.   At Aeris, we have a customized 22 point inspection that you conduct on your HVAC system.  If you do everything on list below, and nothing seems to work, we would be happy to come out and check your system ourselves:

 

* Freon levels per manufacturer’s specifications, amp draws on the blower motor, outdoor fan motor, and compressor.

* Microfarad readings on run capacitors and contactor points.

* All electrical wiring and connections, and also strap and secure wiring so it doesn’t rub on copper lines and cause a leak due to vibration.

* Condensate drain pan to be sure it’s free of debris and draining properly, as well as the drain line itself to make sure it’s free of debris and not backing up.

* To be sure unit itself is level to prevent over-wear on motor bearings; a unit that is not level can also cause the fan blades and blower wheels to go out of balance prematurely.

* Both outdoor and indoor coil condition to make sure they are clean and free of debris.

* Cabinet insulation to make sure it is properly secured, not getting caught in blower wheel or indoor coil, causing air flow restriction.  Airflow restriction makes the unit work harder.

* Elbow or plenum box to make sure it is sealed properly and not leaking air to an attic or outdoors.  A leak always equals a waste of electricity!

* Compare the thermostat with a thermometer make sure it is reading accurately.

* Condition of filter.

* Supply and return grills for cleanliness and make sure they are fully open.

* Fan relay.

* Control board to ensure proper time delay operation.

* Start-up amperage on a compressor.

* Temperature split to ensure 18-22 degree difference between return grill and supply grill.

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By joining the Aer Annual Membership, you are entitled to so many incentives that will benefit your HVAC system as well as your household costs.  Click on the link below to inquire about how you can join the Aer Membership!