Getting your air conditioning unit inspected regularly is one of the very best things you can do for your HVAC system. We have found that many homeowners do not even know about this valuable service, but they do know that their thermostat is inaccurate or not cooling properly, that their utility bills are higher than they should be, or that their AC unit is not cooling the house evenly. When our technicians perform a tune up on your entire cooling system, they solve these problems and sometimes uncover ones that were masked by a dirty or inefficient system.
The most obvious part of what we do during an AC inspection is cleaning the parts of your cooling system inside and out. Dust, dirt, and insects that get inside the unit and around the wires are some of the most common issues that prevent your system from working. Cleaning the outdoor unit allows it to perform better, and also removes the dust and dirt off of the fans, which pull air into the house.
Getting regular AC inspections can prevent these problems before they start. We recommend that our customers get their systems inspected twice a year, which keeps your system running smoothly all year long and eliminates the inconvenience of having to deal with a broken air conditioner on the hottest day of the year. When our technicians come to your home, your happiness and satisfaction is their greatest concern. They will ask you important questions about you and your family’s lifestyle to determine how Bardi could serve you better. For instance, they will ask questions about balanced room temperatures, times of the day when no one is home, whether or not some members of the family prefer to have doors and windows open, and about any problems or concerns you and your family have about your cooling system in general.
Here are some highlights of what our experienced technicians do during an AC inspection:
Check the air filter and change it if needed.
Check wire connections and ensure that the inside of the unit is clean.
Check the fan’s motor.
Flush condensation drain line to prevent overflow and flooding.
Check for leaks.
Clean the condenser coil.
Clean the outside unit.
Important things to remember during your home inspection:
It is always best for you to be present during the inspection so your technicians can ask you important questions about your AC use and any problems that you have been having.
Tell your technicians any inconsistencies you have noticed with cooling times or balancing room temperatures.
Ask your technicians about any and all concerns! They are highly qualified and experienced, and there are almost always solutions that you may not be aware of.
Regular inspections are also a part of our Friends of Bardi Maintence Club perks, which you can get more information on here.
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