What does a certified HVAC inspection involve?
A certified HVAC inspection is a thorough review and assessment of all components related to heating and cooling your home. During an HVAC inspection, the technician will check the condition of your HVAC appliances and airflow through your home, and more.
The truth is that furnace and AC manufacturers have designed their products with annual maintenance intended. Parts will wear out as well as dust and debris can cause blockages and energy inefficiency without regular inspection and maintenance.
Here are some of the main points that will be included during an HVAC inspection:
Check thermostat settings.
Check electrical connections.
Inspect the condition of your HVAC appliances.
Check safety controls.
Check for problematic airflow through the home.
Inspect components of blower.
Inspect the condensate drain for clogs and blockages.
Determine estimated age of HVAC systems.
Determine condition of HVAC systems. How old is it?
Has the HVAC systems been upgraded and when? Year?
Check foliage for blocking air flow to the outside A/C condenser unit.
Check evaporator coil and is/are condenser coils clean for adequate air flow.
Check for bent blades in exterior condenser unit.