There is Still Time for a Periodic Cooling System Check
If you didn't call for a periodic maintenance check-up on your A/C in the Spring, there is still time to have one performed! An A/C check can save money on your electric bill as well as to stave off small problems before they turn into significant issues. Here is +.
Full system check
The technician will check each component of the system. All of the elements of the thermostat, furnace, heat pump, or air conditioning system will be monitored for damage and turned on to make sure they're working correctly. A temperature and pressure test may also be performed. The technician will look for deterioration or other signs of wear in the system's components, which may already be creating a problem or likely to cause one in the future.
If the system is dirty, the technician will change the filter if the customer has one available, as well as clean the components of the system that are beyond the homeowner's reach.
If the technician finds an issue, they'll make an evaluation of it, note it, and discuss it with the customer. Also, the tech will perform routine fixes such as belt alignment or tightening of loose wires.
After the check-up, the technician will provide a form summarizing a detailed list of what the visit entailed. This form should include the checks of all of the components. It should also include an assessment of any repairs which might need to be performed, and any problems the technician may have found during the check.
At this point, the technician can answer any questions the homeowner may have about their unit or on their heating and cooling in general. If there is an issue with system, the technician will explain the problem and possible solutions. The best technicians are trained to examine and assess system challenges and solutions with the best interests of the customers' needs in mind.
If the homeowner already has a maintenance plan, periodic service is included in the program. If the client doesn't have a plan, a system check service can be performed for a one-time fee. Most customers feel the service is worthwhile since it's a small fee to keep an expensive investment problem-free. Some HVAC warranties demand that the unit be serviced every year, or the warranty becomes void.
Regardless of whether a unit is under warranty or a maintenance plan, regular service is highly recommended by the Department of Energy to promote the most efficient operation of the system.
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