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1. Inspect Thermostat and battery
Validate that the air conditioning runs and reflects your thermostat’s settings.
2. Check the Plenum
Check the HVAC unit’s plenum to ensure no air leaks and then replace any parts if needed.
3. Wash Condenser Coil
Wash down condenser coil to ensure proper airflow through coil
4. Examine Air Ducts
Inspect the HVAC ducts to check for any damage, obstructions, and unwanted debris inside the delivery system
5. Check Air Ducts for Leaks
Make sure that there aren’t any costly leaks in the air duct system that need to be fixed by testing for static pressure
6. Inspect Condensation Drain Pan
Inspect the condensation pan’s water levels and ensure there isn’t pooling or leaking.
7. Examine Condensation Drain
Inspect the air conditioner’s condensate drain to ensure there are no clogs and it drains right.
8. Test and Inspect Blower Motor
Inspect the operation of the blower motor to ensure it runs and properly and efficiently.
9. Test and examine Blower Motor Run Capacitor
Inspect the electrical charge and running capability of the blower motor run capacitor.
10. Examine Blower Wheel
Check the blower motor wheel to make sure that belts move freely, aren’t damaged and free of debris.
11. Measure A/C Air Flow
Test the velocity of the air as it moves throughout the home’s ducts and ventilation system.
12. Test Static Pressure
Ensure duct system is seal, not restricted and no loose connections
13. Inspects Electrical Wiring
Inspect the electrical wiring of the air conditioner to make sure there isn’t faulty wiring issues.
14. Test Operation
Make sure that the unit runs as expected through a variety of testing procedures
15. Check Condition of Compressor Contactor
Examine the air conditioner’s compressor contactor and its connections for any issues.
16. Test Relays
Test of the air conditioning unit’s relay switches to verify they work properly.
17. Check Compressor Run Capacitors
Check of the A/C’s run capacitor for proper ratings and for any safety issues while in operation.
18. Test Starting Components
Test of all the starting components to make sure that they fire in its order of operation.
19. Test Refrigerant Pressures
Inspect the refrigerant’s suction pipe for proper pressure of the air conditioning refrigeration system.
20. Test Subcool/Superheat
Make sure refrigeration system is extracting the proper amount of heat from home
21. Test Condenser Motor Operation
Test the air conditioning condenser motor for appropriate speeds and voltage.
22. Test Condenser Motor Capacitor
Test capacitor for proper rating and amperage.
23. Inspect Copper Tube & Panel Insulation
Examine air conditioning tubes and panels to make sure they are insulated correctly.
24. Test Operating Efficiency
Calculation of operating efficiency, including its rate of operation.
25. Safety Inspection
Examine the entire unit and check for any safety issues that could be dangerous or costly down the road.