AC Warehouse Offers New Homeowner Inspection Services
Have you recently purchased a home or are you thinking about buying one soon? Making sure your HVAC system works correctly not only gives you peace of mind but will also help you avoid costly problems in the future.
Many homebuyers assume their home inspection includes a thorough review of the HVAC system. However, this is usually not the case. While home inspectors will check to make sure the heating and air conditioning turn on, they typically don’t look for underlying problems. Unfortunately, there are many potential issues that won’t show up during an inspection. Left untreated, these could lead to major problems down the line.
You can protect yourself from high repair bills in the future by having your system professionally inspected now. AC Warehouse offers complete New Homeowner HVAC Inspections. Here’s what you can expect.
Our experienced HVAC technicians will begin by inspecting your system to make sure there are no obvious problems. This includes:
- Checking for freon leaks
- Inspecting the blower wheel
- Checking amp relays
- Inspecting the drain pan
- Checking amps on the blower
- Checking contactor points
- Inspecting wire connections
- Checking the airflow temperature
- Checking the crankcase heater
- Inspecting for rust and/or corrosion
Next, we’ll test all of the important components of your HVAC system to confirm they’re working as they should. This includes:
- Safety switch
- Reversing valve
- Defrost board
- Operating pressures
- Freon metering device
- Safety controls
- Heating element
- Compressor starting
3. Basic Maintenance
Finally, we’ll perform some basic maintenance to keep your system in top shape. This includes:
- Lubricating motors
- Cleaning the air filter
- Calibrating the thermostat
- Cleaning drain lines
- Cleaning the condenser coilIn
- Spraying mold and mildew killer
4. Summary Report
Once we’ve completed our inspection, we’ll provide you with a detailed report. This will list out everything we tested and our findings. In some cases, we may also provide you with recommendations to help you improve your system’s energy efficiency. If we’ve found issues that need repair, we’ll also give you an estimate of the cost and help you schedule a service call.
Schedule Your New Homeowner Inspection Today!
Problems with your home’s HVAC system can cause sky-high utility bills. It can also result in the need for expensive emergency repairs. Don’t let this happen to you! Give us a call today.