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Annual Inspections

Annual Inspections are essential when it comes to maintaining your home’s comfort levels, air conditioners and furnaces are two of the most significant contributors. These systems work hard to keep your house comfortable year-round, but they need regular maintenance to ensure efficiency and longevity.

HVAC Annual Inspections

Air Conditioner Annual Inspection

The first step in maintaining your air conditioning system is to have your annual inspection performed by a licensed HVAC technician at Quality Home HVAC. A technician will look at the compressor, condenser coils, evaporator coil, drain pan, and filter. They will make sure everything is working properly and that nothing is leaking.

An annual inspection should be done at least once per year to ensure proper operation and safety. Your A/C unit may need repairs or maintenance before the end of its useful lifespan. If you notice any problems with your heating and cooling system or a reduction in it’s efficiency, contact us immediately! Call us at 303-910-2291.

Furnace Annual Inspection

Preventative Maintenance
Regular inspections help prevent problems before they occur. If something seems wrong with your furnace, it’s much easier to prevent than if you discover the problem after it has already happened.
Safety
Inspections allow technicians to check for potential hazards and ensure everything is working correctly.
Efficiency
An annual inspection ensures that your furnace runs smoothly and efficiently.
Savings
Annual inspections can reduce your utility costs significantly.
A furnace inspection includes checking the following components:
– Air filter
– Burner
– Blower motor
– Carbon monoxide detector
– Condensing unit fan
– Control board
– Exhaust ducting

HVAC Maintenance Checklist

Cleaning your HVAC system is a great way to ensure proper airflow throughout your home. A dirty filter could cause your air conditioning unit to work harder than necessary, which may lead to higher utility bills. You should clean your filters at least once per month. If you notice any debris stuck inside your vents, make sure to remove them before they become clogged.

Inspecting your HVAC system regularly helps identify potential problems early on. Look for leaks around windows, doors, and ductwork. Also check the outside of your house for cracks or holes. These issues can allow cold air to enter your home, causing damage.

Testing your HVAC system’s efficiency is a good idea if you want to save money on your heating and cooling costs. To test your system, turn off your thermostat and open your windows. Then, set your temperature to 68 degrees Fahrenheit (20 degrees Celsius). Leave the room for 15 minutes, then close the windows and turn your thermostat back up to its normal setting. Compare the amount of time it takes to reach 68 degrees Fahrenheit (20 C) after turning your thermostat back on again. Ideally, it should take less than 10 minutes. If it takes longer than 20 minutes, your system isn’t working efficiently.

Replacing your filters is a simple task that can help improve the quality of your air. Most filters last about six months, although some people recommend replacing their filters twice per year. Make sure to change out your filters monthly, especially if you have pets or children.

Checking your duct work is a great way to keep your HVAC system running smoothly. In addition to cleaning your filters, look for any cracks or holes in your ductwork. If you find anything suspicious, call a professional immediately.

A tune up involves adjusting various settings on your HVAC system to optimize performance. These adjustments might include changing the airflow rate, turning down the temperature setting, or adding dehumidifiers.

Repairing your system is the last step in maintaining it. Depending on the severity of the problem, repairs may involve replacing worn parts, installing a new filter, or fixing a leaky pipe.