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What Does an HVAC Technician Check during an Air Conditioning Maintenance Visit?
Wednesday, August 10, 2016
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Before signing up for a maintenance agreement, many homeowners want to know what to expect during an air conditioning maintenance appointment. The services you receive may vary from one HVAC company to another. If you are shopping around for the right provider for AC maintenance, you want to be sure the one you choose provides the following services during the visit:

  • Cleaning and/or replacement of HVAC filters
  • Inspection of all mechanical belts and pulleys
  • Cleaning and inspection of condenser coils
  • Cleaning and inspection of evaporator coils
  • Check of refrigerant levels to ensure there are no leaks
  • Clearing of drain lines
  • Emptying and cleaning of drain pans
  • Inspection of electrical connections
  • Check to ensure fan and motor are running smoothly
  • Lubrication of moving parts, such as motor and belts
  • Calibration of thermostat
  • Measurement of air flow and adjustments when needed

Why Air Conditioning Maintenance Matters

A proper maintenance agreement will ensure your air conditioning system is running optimally throughout the summer months. Not only will it keep your home or business cool and comfortable, but it will also help to prevent against the need for costly emergency repairs and premature HVAC replacement.

You spend a lot of money on your heating and cooling system. Why not get the most out of it for as long as possible? Regular maintenance agreement appointments help you to do just that.

Also, keep in mind that August is a great month to schedule your fall HVAC check-up. This appointment will ensure your AC is in good shape for the following spring and will prep your heating system for the colder weather that’s sure to come.

Contact our team of HVAC experts at G+S Energy today to learn more about getting the most out of your heating and cooling systems. We are happy to answer your questions about our professional maintenance agreements.

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