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Your heating and cooling systems will be able to perform at optimal efficiency levels if they are properly maintained. An annual preventive maintenance inspection by a reputable service professional will prolong the life of your systems and provide you with significant savings on monthly bills and repair costs. An annual preventive maintenance check up will include many different inspections and tests.

A preventive maintenance check up by a certified technician can reduce the potential for any problems with the individual parts of your system.  It can also lower the possibility of an entire system breakdown. These inspections and evaluations are designed to reduce the need for repairs. They also preserve the performance efficiency of your system and units.

There are many benefits of a preventive maintenance visit by an HVAC service professional.  These benefits include:

  • Reduced heating and cooling costs
  • Protection for your home
  • Energy and money savings
  • Safe equipment performance
  • Increased system performance efficiency
  • Prolonged life the system
  • Reduced repairs
  • Reduced repair costs
  • Value added to your home investment
  • Improved comfort

An inspection of the following parts should be performed by your technician during the preventive maintenance appointment:

  • Evaporator coil
  • Expansion valve
  • Start and run delay
  • Fan blade tension
  • Start and run capacitor
  • Refrigerant level
  • Flue
  • Flame baffle

Your certified technician should complete an evaluation of the following parts:

  • Manifold pressure
  • Fan limit switch
  • Safety control
  • Vent system
  • Thermocouple
  • Combustion air
  • Set burner

Cleaning of these parts will also be necessary. Some of these items should also be lubricated or replaced by your HVAC technician:

  • Evaporator drain
  • Blower wheel
  • Combustion chamber
  • Heat exchange
  • Condenser coil
  • Fan motor
  • Filters

If necessary, adjustments should be performed on these parts:

  • Bypass damper
  • Operating pressure
  • Electrical connection
  • Thermostat calibration
  • Set burner

Measurements of these items and systems will also be taken by your technician:

  • Gas input
  • Voltage difference
  • Amperage draw
  • Temperature difference

Contact the professional service people at Rinaldi’s Air Conditioning in the Orlando area with all of your concerns about your HVAC systems. Our experts would be happy to answer any heating and cooling question you have.

Our goal is to help educate our customers about energy and home comfort issues (specific to HVAC systems).  For more information, click here to download our free Home Comfort Resource guide.

Rinaldi’s services Orlando, Florida and the surrounding areas. To get started, check out our website or see our current specials.

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