Fall is here, and along with it comes the cooler days and chilly nights. Is your heating system ready to keep your home warm and cozy? An HVAC inspection is the best way to prep your HVAC for the change in seasons.
Why an Inspection is So Important
A seasonal HVAC inspection is critical to prepping your system for fall and winter heating. After a long winter of use last year and a summer of sitting idle, you want to ensure your heating system is running the way it should. An inspection can make sure it is.
What Happens During a HVAC Inspection?
The HVAC checkup in the fall can help ensure the system is clean, and the parts are in good shape. Your HVAC technician will clean the unit and be sure it’s free from dust, dirt, debris, pet hair, dander, mold, and other contaminants. Some other things on the inspection checklist include:
- Inspecting, testing, and calibrating the unit and its components
- Checking fan blades and belts and replacing old or worn parts if needed
- Testing and calibrating the thermostat
- Lubricating the motor, fan, and other moving parts
Benefits of Annual Inspection
Your heating system benefits from an annual inspection in many ways. Some of the biggest include a longer lifespan for the equipment, increased energy efficiency, and a significant reduction in the potential for breakdowns. All of this leads to cost savings for you and increased comfort during the cold months.
Don’t turn on your heat this fall until your system is good to go. The best way to prepare it for heating season is with an inspection by a qualified HVAC technician like the ones at G+S Heating + Air. Contact them today to schedule an appointment.