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HVAC Inspections

  1. Furnace Inspection (Heating System):
    • Check the furnace for signs of wear, corrosion, or damage.
    • Inspect the heat exchanger for cracks or leaks.
    • Verify proper ignition and burner operation.
    • Test safety controls and limit switches.
    • Evaluate the blower motor and fan assembly.
    • Check air filters and recommend replacements.
    • Inspect gas lines and connections (if applicable).
  2. Air Conditioner Inspection (Cooling System):
    • Inspect the outdoor condensing unit.
    • Check the condenser and evaporator coils for dirt or damage.
    • Verify proper refrigerant levels and look for leaks.
    • Inspect the blower assembly and motor.
    • Test the thermostat and sensors.
    • Check electrical connections and voltage.
    • Evaluate the drain line and condensate pan.
    • Measure suction and discharge pressures.
    • Assess overall system performance.
  3. Ductwork Inspection:
    • Inspect air ducts for leaks, gaps, or damage.
    • Verify proper insulation and sealing.
    • Check for obstructions or blockages.
    • Evaluate airflow distribution to different rooms.
  4. Safety and Efficiency Checks:
    • Test carbon monoxide detectors (if applicable).
    • Verify proper venting and exhaust systems.
    • Assess energy efficiency and recommend improvements.
    • Inspect electrical components for safety hazards.
    • Evaluate overall system cleanliness.
  5. Recommendations and Repairs:
    • Based on the inspection findings, Our technicians provide recommendations for maintenance, repairs, or upgrades.
    • Address any safety concerns promptly.
    • Provide homeowners with a detailed report outlining the inspection results.

Frequency: HVAC systems should be inspected, cleaned, and tuned up at least once a year to ensure optimal performance and prevent unexpected breakdowns.

Remember, regular HVAC inspections enhance comfort, reduce energy costs, and promote a healthier indoor environment.