There are 31 items in your air conditioner that should be checked every year to keep those big problems from happening at your house. A Cooper Climate Control technician will check each and every one of these 31 points in your AC system to make sure you stay cool for the Spring & all Summer:
Inspect/ Clean blower wheel
Check condensate line drainage
Inspect indoor coil
Visually check for refrigerant leaks
Check/ Clean thermostat and test operation
Check metering device
Return air temperature
Supply air temperature
Wet bulb temperature
Check disconnect box/ wire size/ tighten connections
Inspect fan bearings
Check operation of the service valves
Check operation of the crankcase heater
Check capacitor and start component
Check contactor and relays
Check compressor and fan motor current
Suction line temperature
Air entering outdoor coil
Check refrigerant charge
Inspect/ clean condenser coil
Evaluate the condition and the overall efficiency of the equipment
Visually inspect insulation for the proper levels and condition
Visually inspect the ductwork for the correct sizing or air leakage
Inspect breaker panel for proper sizing of breaker to A/C system
Check panel for any hazards
It’s also important to get an annual furnace check from Cooper Climate Control! Here are some of the things Cooper Climate Control technicians look for when performing an annual furnace check:
Blockage in the vent or drainage system- The vent and drain are essential parts of your system. Your furnace will perform at its best and last much longer with proper drainage and vent piping care by a qualified technician and will also keep your energy bill low.
Accumulation of dust and debris- Over time, dust and other particles can roam into your system and cause blockage and other damages. Also, air flow is compromised when dust gets in the way. A professional knows the right way to get around your system and clean it properly.
Rust and corrosion- If a part needs to be replaced, don’t wait to get it fixed before it does additional damage to your system. Metal can rust after not being properly cleaned and maintained for a long period of time, damaging parts of your system that are vital for proper working condition.
Dirty flame sensors- If your flame sensors are dirty, your burner cannot turn on, causing your furnace to not produce heat. An experienced Cooper Climate Control technician will properly clean these so your system functions correctly.
Physical condition- Even though the individual parts of your system are working, the physical condition of the furnace is important too. Cooper Climate Control technicians will make sure that both the interior and exterior of your furnace meets the highest standards.
Emission of dangerous, undetectable gases- HVAC service technicians always check the carbon monoxide levels, as well as other gases, in your system to ensure there are no leaks, which can be a huge threat to your safety and health. Carbon monoxide can leak and go completely undetected for quite some time, leading to health problems or even death.
Whether you need maintenance, repair or replacement, the expert technicians at Cooper Climate Control Heating & Air Conditioning are here to help. Remember, estimates for new installations are always from free Cooper Climate Control, so call today or click here to set up a consultation. If you need service right away or at a very specific time, we have some faster service options if you can’t wait!