20-POINT COMPLETE INSPECTION SERVICE
Don’t let the name fool you. At Convenient Home Services, our 20 pt. Inspection is a COMPLETE inspection of your heating and cooling system which means both indoor and outdoor sections.
Did you know regular maintenance on your heating and cooling system can also save you hundreds on your utilities bill? This is why Convenient Home Services, Inc. has been a “Qualified Contractor” with both utilities companies for over 18 years. We make those recommendations that keep your unit energy efficient and performing to its maximum potential.
Remember it’s easier to “Pay a little now and Save a lot later” and regular maintenance can extend the life of a unit saving you hundreds if not thousands in replacement costs and energy bills.
Our certified service technicians DO NOT work on commission and have a greater interest in providing you with an honest assessment of your unit’s actual condition and no work is completed without the approval of the homeowner.
Act Now. Don’t let an inefficient and underperforming unit cost you comfort and cash! Have your unit inspected today by a certified service technician TODAY!
Here is what our skilled service technicians are trained to look for when performing a 20 pt. inspection:
*Inspection for Heat Pump includes:
*Check thermostat operation and accuracy
*Clean filter or replace (customer supplied)
*Check and document system air temperature split compared to manufacturer specifications
*Check and document superheat and sub-cool compared to manufacturer specifications
*Check and document refrigerant operating pressures
*Inspect electrical disconnect for safety and proper operation
*Inspect wiring and tighten electrical connections as needed
*Inspect contactors, relays, and circuit boards for proper operation and condition
*Check capacitors and start components that aid/protect critical components
*Inspect and test safety switches and devices for proper operation and make sure you are ready for the hot summer months
*Check voltage and amperage of all motors and compressor(s) compared to manufacturer specifications
*Inspect indoor blower and motor for dirt build up to make sure your system can run efficiently and the air you are breathing is safe
*Inspect bearings and lubricate all moving parts (as required)
*Inspect belt and adjust tension (as required)
*Inspect condensate pan and flush the drain line (if cleaning is required, then contractor will provide a quote if additional charges apply)
*Inspect outdoor coil and advise customer of condition
*Inspect indoor coil and advise customer of condition (only if accessible and won’t disturb any seal on the cabinet)
*Inspect duct seal at unit and secure panels
*Explain and document all necessary repairs
*Run and test system
* Inspection for other types of systems may vary.
What Is It Really Costing You?
A poorly operating cooling/heating unit can cost your business:: employee production, customer satisfaction, utilities expenses. For more ways to save and make sure your A/C unit stays up to date on maintenance see our preventive services page.
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