Do You Need A Heating Inspection?
They say “if you don’t like the Texas weather, wait 5 minutes, it will change.” Most of you have experienced what that phrase suggests. In Texas, you may start the day with the heater on, but you’ll be setting your thermostat to “Cool” by lunchtime. It is possible by the end of the day you will turn up the Heat again.
Here is the real question: is your Heating ready to handle the back-and-forth season? If you do not have it examined each year, it’s a roll of the dice.
Even if your Heater operates all winter long without having an examination, it may not be running at peak performance. You could have some festering issues that cause expensive repair services in the future.
New compressor, anyone?
Bearing that in mind, there’s an appropriate method and a wrong way to perform a Heating unit examination. In fact, there are a number of wrong ways. Several HVAC service providers just don’t do a great deal of the things they should certainly do throughout an assessment. Cleaning your coil, inspecting compressor amp draw, flushing the drainpipe line; these are “must do” Heater maintenance tasks that need to take place annually.
At Master Tech Service Corps, we do all those things during our Heating Inspections. We do a whole lot more too.
Heating system inspection basics
Before we study Heating Inspection essentials, we need to obtain a sense of what ought to occur when an HVAC service technician executes your examination.
At one of the most standard, fundamental levels, an annual Heater inspection as well as preventative upkeep check up need to contain:
If your Heating evaluation doesn’t consist of every one of the above, it’s not a total inspection.
At Master Tech Service Corp, our examination does cover every one of these; upkeep, testing, and evaluation jobs. You might have observed that we inspect a lot of points that HVAC specialists disregard.
The fixed stress test is particularly important since the results can help you extend the life of your equipment.
Without an evaluation this comprehensive, you might wind up with a less-than-optimal AC and Heating situation. We do not want that, and neither do you.