Your HVAC inspection should be scheduled at least once each year. This inspection provides a variety of benefits. From giving a “trained eye” the chance to spot problems to improving performance, an annual HVAC inspection will provide you with the peace of mind you deserve.
Get Your System in Working Order
Part of the annual HVAC inspection is verifying that the system is operating at peak efficiency. If the technician determines your heating or cooling system is not functioning as designed, he will pinpoint exactly what is wrong. Furthermore, the technician will tune up the furnace/air conditioner to ensure it operates as designed. A HVAC system firing on all cylinders will provide optimal air flow with as little “run time” as possible.
Reduce Your Heating and Cooling Costs
Perhaps the best reason to schedule a HVAC inspection is to save money across posterity. The technician will tune-up the system, pinpoint blockages and leaks, determine if the heat exchanges have rusted or corroded, check the blower wheel for debris, examine the integrity of the wiring and check the filters. If there are any problems, the technician will bring them to your attention and suggest the appropriate repairs. Once problems are remedied, you will be left with a HVAC system that operates without flaw. The end result will be heating/cooling systems that operate as infrequently as possible and consequently, lower utility bills.
Heating and cooling systems that are neglected tend to create expensive problems down the line. A minor problem that could be easily identified by a HVAC aficionado has the potential to spiral into a costly project if it is not tended to in a timely manner. Rely on a HVAC professional to perform preventive maintenance on your heating/cooling systems and he’ll sweat all the “small stuff” so you can rest easy, knowing the odds of an expensive problem popping up down the line are greatly minimized. This way, you won’t have to worry about your furnace giving out in the dead of winter and leaving you and your loved ones without heat when you need it the most.
If your home heating or cooling system has a leak, emits dirty air or suddenly stops working, the well-being of your family will be jeopardized. As an example, an air conditioning system that leaks freon can cause heart palpitations, dizziness, headaches and lung irritation. Let a trained HVAC expert examine your system and he will determine if changes need to be made to ensure the health of your loved ones. Even something as seemingly minor as dirty air ducts can have a major impact on your health. If the HVAC technician believes your system is emitting air with allergens, dirt or dust, has the potential to leak or give out in the middle of the winter/summer, he will let you know exactly what sorts of repairs should be made.
Prolong the Life of Your Heating and Cooling Systems
A HVAC inspection has the potential to extend the lifespan of your systems. An inspection gives a HVAC technician the chance to perform a comprehensive analysis to determine if anything is wrong. Once the flaws are identified and repaired, the odds of your system standing the test of time are greatly increased.
Schedule Your HVAC Inspection Today
If your HVAC system has not been inspected within the past year, don’t delay one day longer. Contact us to schedule an inspection. We will examine your heating and cooling systems in-depth, find any potential weaknesses and make sure these systems are functioning at the optimal level.