Scheduling yearly air conditioning cleaning and inspection by a certified technician is essential to the overall operation of your unit, and maintaining comfortable temperature levels in your home. Air conditioning inspections and maintenance can save you 10 to 30 percent of your household energy consumption. You can save yourself unnecessary spending on breakdown of your A/C unit as well as shortening the life of your system entirely.
What to Expect: Air Conditioning Inspection and Maintenance
During an annual air conditioning inspection and maintenance visit, Home Heating and Cooling’s qualified service technicians walk you through the air conditioning inspection process, step-by-step, in your home or office. We will explain any reasons or cause for potential parts repair or breakdown that we can see. Early detection of potential breakdowns can save you future charges because damaged or malfunctioning parts can be replaced during your yearly inspection, eliminating future service call charges. You will also save 15% on these parts if replaced during your annual air conditioning inspection or maintenance appointment. On average, you can save up to $100 or more by eliminating this issue during the clean and check of your a/c system.
Air Conditioning Self-Maintenance Can Save Energy and Money
According to the Alliance to Save Energy and Energy.gov, simply by cleaning your air filters can result in 15% less energy consumed by your home, which can save you money on your utility bill and help the environment. However, calling in our Home Heating and Cooling air conditioning maintenance professionals for a 22-point air conditioning inspection will give you confidence that your cooling system is working as smoothly as possible, providing your home with clean, cool temperatures without using more energy than it needs.
Take a look at our 22-point air conditioning inspection plan and schedule your air conditioning cleaning, inspection, and maintenance appointment.
22 POINT A/C INSPECTION
2) Inspect 220v service disconnect
3) Check electrical service panel 220v breaker
4) Check service valves and schrader’s
5) Check fan blade
6) Check freon level
7) Check amperage draw on all motors/compressors
8) Check mfd on all capacitors
10) Check temperature drop
11) Take temperature readings at supply and return registers
12) Check electrical connections
13) Check thermostat
14) Calibrate thermostat
15) Clean air conditioner
16) Open crushed fins (where needed)
18) Inspect furnace filter
19) Inspect furnace blower
20) Check evaporator coil
21) Check all drains and clean
22) Oil blower if necessary