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Air conditioning And Heat pump Check List

*We Maintain and service all brands and models

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  • Thermostat
    Verify thermostat settings for both heating and cooling modes.
    Test thermostat operation to ensure accurate temperature control.
  • Air Filters
    Inspect air filters for dirt and clogs.
    Replace or clean air filters as needed.
  • Outdoor Unit (Condenser)
    Check outdoor unit for debris and vegetation around the unit.
    Inspect condenser coils for dirt or blockages.
    Clean condenser coils if necessary.
  • Refrigerant Levels
    Check refrigerant levels and pressures.
    Inspect for refrigerant leaks and repair if needed.
    Charge or top off refrigerant as necessary.
  • Electrical Components
    Inspect and tighten electrical connections.
    Check amp draw on compressor and fan motors.
    Verify voltage levels are within specifications.
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  • Defrost Cycle
    Test and verify defrost cycle operation.
    Ensure proper function of defrost controls and sensors.
    Heat Strips (Auxiliary Heat)
    Check heat strips for proper operation.
    Verify sequencer operation if applicable.
  • Condensate Drain
    Inspect condensate drain lines for clogs.
    Clear or clean condensate drain lines as required.
  • Safety Controls
    Test all safety controls including high-pressure and low-pressure switches.
    Ensure proper operation of emergency heat mode.
  • System Performance
    Test heating and cooling modes through complete cycles.
    Check for proper temperature differentials and airflow.
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Air Handler Inspection Checklist

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  • Filters
    Check air filters for dirt and debris.
    Replace or clean filters as needed.
    Recommend appropriate filter type and replacement schedule.
  • Blower Motor
    Inspect blower motor for proper operation.
    Lubricate motor bearings if applicable.
    Check motor amp draw and voltage.
  • Condensate Pan and Drain
    Inspect condensate pan for rust or corrosion.
    Clear condensate drain line of any clogs.
    Ensure proper drainage to prevent water leaks.
  • Coils
    Inspect evaporator and/or heating coils for dirt or debris buildup.
    Clean coils using a coil cleaner if necessary.
    Check for proper heat transfer and airflow.
  • Heat Strips (Electric Air Handlers)
    Inspect heating elements for damage or wear.
    Test heat strips for proper operation.
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  • Electrical Components
    Inspect wiring and electrical connections for tightness and signs of wear.
    Check control board for any burnt or damaged components.
    Measure amp draw of electric strips and blower motor.
  • Safety Controls
    Test safety controls such as high-limit switches and blower door interlocks.
    Verify emergency shutdown functionality.
  • Air Leaks
    Check air handler cabinet for leaks or gaps.
    Seal any air leaks to improve efficiency.
  • Overall System Operation
    Test air handler operation through complete heating and cooling cycles.
    Monitor temperature differentials and system performance.
  • AC Maintenance Documentation
    Record maintenance findings and any required repairs.
    Provide maintenance recommendations to the homeowner.
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Heat Pump and Gas Package unit Inspection Checklist

*We Maintain and service all brands and models

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  • Thermostat
    Ensure thermostat settings are correct.
    Test thermostat operation (heating mode).
    Replace thermostat batteries if applicable.
  • Air Filters
    Check air filters for dirt and debris.
    Replace or clean filters as needed.
    Recommend regular filter replacement schedule to the homeowner.
  • Electrical Components
    Inspect and tighten electrical connections.
    Check voltage and amp draw on blower motor.
    Inspect control board for any signs of damage or wear.
  • Blower Motor
    Lubricate blower motor if necessary.
    Check blower wheel for cleanliness and balance.
  • Ignition System
    Test ignition system (pilot light or electronic ignition).
    Clean or replace pilot assembly if needed.
    Ensure proper gas pressure and ignition sequence.
  • Burners
    Inspect burners for corrosion or debris buildup.
    Clean burners and adjust if necessary for proper combustion.
  • Gas Valve
    Check gas valve operation and gas pressure.
    Ensure safety shut-off is functioning correctly.
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  • Flue Pipes and Venting
    Inspect flue pipes for any obstructions or leaks.
    Check venting system for proper draft and ventilation.
  • Heat Exchanger
    Inspect heat exchanger for cracks or corrosion.
    Perform a visual inspection and use tools like a combustion analyzer to check for CO levels.
  • Safety Controls
    Test all safety controls including limit switches and pressure switches.
    Verify proper operation of the high limit switch.
  • Condensate Drain
    Inspect condensate drain lines for blockages.
    Clean or clear drain lines to prevent backups.
  • Overall Performance
    Test furnace operation through complete heating cycle.
    Check for unusual noises or vibrations during operation.
  • Carbon Monoxide (CO) Check
    Use a CO detector to check for carbon monoxide leaks.
    Ensure safe operation and ventilation.
  • Air Conditioning tune-up System Documentation
    Update service records and document any findings or recommendations.
    Provide maintenance tips and advice to the homeowner.
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