No matter if your HVAC maintenance is being done in the spring or fall,
your technician will perform the same four steps to
ensure your system is running at peak efficiency and with minimal air conditioner repairs required.
These steps, including a visual inspection and thorough cleaning, are
essential to saving you money in energy costs and making sure your entire
system is running well for the upcoming season.
Your HVAC technician will conduct a visual inspection of the entire system,
meaning he will look at the air conditioner, furnace, ducts, and registers.
He will be looking for obvious signs of impending failure or the need
for furnace and air conditioner repairs. Signs of damage may include rust,
excessive moisture, and leaky ductwork.
It is very important that your air conditioner or furnace is cleaned every
year. This should be an important part of your HVAC maintenance plan.
The technician will remove any clogs, debris, and dust located around
and within the housing of the units.
Check Electrical Components
Another key factor in how efficient your HVAC system is running are the
many electrical components needed to power it. Your technician should
check the thermostat, circuit boards, and all wiring connected to your
air conditioner to ensure the connections are safe and running at peak
Run a Functionality Test
To cap off your furnace and air conditioner maintenance, the technician
will run a full system functionality test. This test should ensure that
your air conditioner, furnace, ductwork, and all of the attached components
and wiring are running well and without any issues. The technician will
also ensure the system’s safety measures are working properly for
the protection of you and your family.
Your Atlanta HVAC system is important to the experts at Estes Heating &
Air Conditioning. We
value our customers above all else, and we want you to be comfortable in your own home. Please call us at
(404) 361-6560 to schedule your appointment for our furnace and air conditioning services.