A central air conditioner inspection is a sound investment. A thorough inspection isn’t just looking at your a/c system. It includes thoroughly examining all aspects of your air conditioner and taking care of routine maintenance issues.
Here are some very good reasons why you should have an inspection, even if you haven’t detected any problems with your system.
Maintain Your Unit’s Efficiency
An inspection will help to ensure that your system is running efficiently and effectively. An A/C system that has not been regularly inspected and maintained will suffer lower efficiency and your energy bills will increase over time. Make sure your system runs at peak efficiency to keep your energy bills as low as possible.
Improve Indoor Air Quality
Changing your air conditioner’s filters will help with removing impurities from your home’s indoor air and contribute to air circulation in the home. A professional technician can advise you on the best type of filter to use in your system.
Your certified HVAC technician can detect issues with your system before they become problems. This saves you money by avoiding repair bills and can help to prevent system breakdowns.
Boost the Lifespan of Your Air Conditioner
Regular inspection means fewer repairs and prolongs the life of your air conditioner. Routine inspection and maintenance can help eliminate costly problems. Regular inspection and maintenance of your air conditioner makes it last for as long as possible.
Protect Your Warranty
Some air conditioner manufacturers place conditions on the warranty that demand the services of an HVAC professional to regularly inspect and maintain your air conditioning system. Be sure to read the fine print on your warranty. You may find these requirements under the “Exclusions,” “Requirements,” or “Eligibility” sections of your warranty certificate. Keep your warranty in force and avoid large out of pocket costs with regular system inspections.
What is Included in an Air Conditioner Inspection?
To ensure that your central air conditioner system operates reliably and efficiently, the technician meticulously inspects every aspect of your system.
In addition to thoroughly examining all the mechanical and electrical components of your system, we will:
- Tighten any loose wire connections
- Test valves and timers
- Check refrigerant levels and inspect for leaks
- Check the condition of the coil fins
- Install O-ring Schrader caps
- Tighten the lugs in the disconnect and circuit breaker
- Verify that the wiring and circuit breakers are properly sized
- Verify that condensing unit is level
- Verify that the line set is insulated to the condensing unit
- And much more
Schedule your inspection today and discover how we help you get the most out of your system. Call us today at (214) 924-9745 or book your inspection online.