When a technician visits your property, they should inspect your heating unit or air conditioner, including the external and internal components and the connections. They may also request to test your thermostat and should also check your vents and ducts for signs of damage or grime. If any repairs appear to be necessary, the technician should notify you beforehand. Overall, these minor repairs will keep your systems running smoothly and help prolong their life span.
First, you should know why regular HVAC service is a necessity. Every year that you own an air conditioner or heater it slowly becomes less efficient. A number of factors contribute to this, including a decrease in the fluids, dirty vents, and degrading parts like the condenser coil. Regular maintenance can help stave off the effects of a slowly declining system, which helps prevent an increase in utility costs due to the units having to work harder to meet your comfort needs.
An HVAC examination should include the following:
In addition to the items above, the air conditioning system should have additional inspections and maintenance completed.
Complete cleaning of your blower system to provide better and cleaner air flow.
Calibration of Thermostat
Cleaning of the condenser unit's coils to ensure better and more efficient operation!
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