Our technician will check the thermostat to make sure it turns on and off properly. Sometimes thermostats can short
cycle or run too long causing unnecessarily high electric bills. He will also calibrate your thermostat if necessary.
Our technician will take what we call temperature splits on your unit. That means he will read the temperature of the air going into your unit
through the return and the temperature of the air coming out of your vents. The split is determined by subtracting the two. Splits are important in determining how efficient the system is working.
Splits that are too high or too low can indicate a problem with the unit.
Our technician will add up to one pound of freon if needed.
Our technician will inspect the ventilation system for proper air flow. This includes checking around the air handler and elbow for duct work
that may be leaking air into the attic or outside causing higher utility bills.
Our technician will inspect the blower assembly to make sure it is functioning properly.
Our technician will check all electrical components for burning or arcing, especially the contactors and relays. The electrical inspection
also includes checking the wiring and taking amperage draws on both the compressor and the fan motors. For safety reasons we will tighten all the connections on the unit.
Our technician will inspect both your evaporative and condensing coils. Dirty coils reduce airflow, air quality and greatly increase the
strain on your unit and your utility bills.
Our technician will lubricate all the moving parts including the fan motor and bearing were applicable.
Our technician will check the drain line and pan for rust and sludge that may build up. This build up can cause a musty odor and cause water
damage when left sitting for a long period of time.
Your price to have this done will be $75.00 for the first system and than $65.00 for each additional system at the residence per