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An HVAC diagnostic test with our company is not just diagnosing the original issue with your Heating and Cooling System. Our technicians perform a wide variety of tests when they are at your home to ensure your heating and cooling system is not going to break down on you when you most need it. This test identifies potential problems so you can avoid unwanted costs, and it can help keep your heating and cooling system running at optimum efficiency.

A typical Heating and Air Conditioning diagnostic test should include:

  • Check thermostat settings to ensure your Heating and Cooling system keeps you comfortable and also saves you on energy costs while you’re away from home.
  • Inspect all electrical connections and measure voltage and current on electrical components. Malfunctioning or damaged electrical connections are hazardous and they can reduce the life of major HVAC system components.
  • Lubricate all moving parts.Without lubrication, friction in the motor can increase the amount of electricity your HVAC system uses.
  • Inspect the air conditioner, furnace and heat pump condensate drain. Plugged condensate drains can lead to water damage and they affect humidity levels in your home.
  • Inspect HVAC system controls to ensure proper and safe operation.
  • Test the starting cycle of your Heating and Cooling equipment to make the system starts, runs, and shuts off properly.

During the spring, our Service Technicians will also inspect the blower components to make sure they are clean, check the refrigerant levels and inspect evaporator and condenser coils. This inspection insures you are aware of the reliability and efficiency of your system; while at the same time prolonging the life of your system.

In the fall, your HVAC technician will check all furnace fuel connections, and also test burner combustion, gas pressure, and inspect the heat exchanger. If these components are not inspected and cleaned, your furnace may pose a fire hazard and improper operation can lead to health problems.

For more expert advice and information on HVAC diagnostic tests and Installation Quotes in your home, please contact us.

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