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Fixing an Air Conditioner
Air Conditioner

What is included in Preventative HVAC Service?

Seasonal HVAC maintenance is like a routine health check-up for your home's heating and cooling system. It's essential for keeping everything running smoothly and efficiently.


Typically, this maintenance includes several key tasks:



  • Thermostat Check: Ensuring the thermostat is working correctly.

  • Inspection and Cleaning of Components: This includes checking and cleaning the blower, indoor coil, drain pan, and drain lines. Dirt and debris can greatly reduce efficiency and lead to more stress on the system and more frequent breakdowns. 

  • Checking Refrigerant Levels: For air conditioning systems, it's important to check the refrigerant level. Too much or too little can be a sign of a leak or other issue.

  • Inspecting the Electrical System: All electrical connections should be inspected and tightened. Faulty electrical connections can be dangerous and reduce the life of your system.

  • Lubrication: Moving parts need to be lubricated regularly to prevent friction, which can cause increased wear and tear.

  • Checking System Controls: Ensuring the system starts, operates, and shuts off correctly is part of a routine check.

  • Inspecting the Condensate Drain: A clogged condensate drain can cause water damage and increase humidity levels, affecting comfort and indoor air quality.

  • Inspecting the Outdoor Unit: This includes clearing any debris from around the unit and checking for any potential issues with the fan and condenser.

  • Testing Safety Features: For heating systems, this includes checking the burner combustion, heat exchanger, and gas connections for safety and efficiency.

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