In most cases, the need for HVAC service comes to mind only when you experience problems with your HVAC system. In many cases, the malfunction in question is considered to be an emergency problem. After all, no residential or commercial facility can remain without a properly functioning HVAC unit in the dead of winter or in the scorching days of summer. Clearly, these and other scenarios call for the expert help of professional HVAC contractors.
Aside from emergency help, however, heating, ventilation and cooling technicians provide you with a vast array of HVAC services. To begin with, before you add or replace an HVAC system to your home or office, the qualified technicians you hire carefully design and plan the construction of the system, adapting it to your particular building and needs. Naturally, system installation and system repair are prominent services offered by HVAC contractors.
One of the most important aspects of HVAC technicians’ work is maintenance service.
Periodical inspections of your HVAC system ensure its durability. Maintenance checks basically include an examination of all system parts: the AC unit’s compressor pressure is tested, as is the coolant. When it comes to the heater, contractors generally make sure there are no obstructions on the heat exchanger as they can cut off air flow. The temperature of the heating coils is also inspected, to verify it does not exceed or fall short of the required temperature level.
The entire system is inspected for leaks and loose tubing and fittings.
An unclean HVAC system is a potential health risk. Accumulation of dirt, debris, mold and bacteria is harmful to anyone in the vicinity of the HVAC system. It is therefore crucial that contractors check the unit’s components and clean its ductwork. Remember that dirty HVAC component – such as the air filter – compel the system to work harder, and consequently increase your energy costs.
As part of their services, professional HVAC contractors check the air quality in your home or office. They thus conduct Carbon Monoxide and Radon inspections and make sure the air you breathe is free of potential hazards.
To benefit from top quality HVAC services, contact expert HVAC contractors today!