A faulty HVAC system can be stressful. It won’t be easy and uncomfortable for homeowners and property owners to deal with a defective HVAC system.
Air conditioning is an essential part of our property that can make us feel cool. It is best to have our HVAC system correctly and regularly inspected to avoid the hassle and problem it can cause in the future. HVAC inspection will help you spot and determine early signs of a problem. What does happens during an HVAC inspection?
Only skilled and professional technicians can perform the job with utmost safety.
Here are a few steps on how they do it with precision.
Start checking the thermostat. The first step in doing an HVAC inspection is by checking the thermostat. Ensure to check both the heating and cooling mechanisms are working.
Shut off the power. Before doing the inspection, ensure that the power is off.
Clean and repair the fins and remove excess debris in your HVAC unit. Ensure that you clean the fins correctly. You can use a sprayer hose and spray the fins inside and out. Remove excess debris that can cause dust and problem in your unit.
Clean the evaporator coil and inspect the evaporator drain. It would be best if you cleaned the evaporator coil. Also, ensure that your evaporator drain is clogged-free.
Watch the video for more detailed instructions on how the inspection works.