Air Conditioning Maintenance

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Air Conditioning Maintenance

Regularly scheduled services can reduce breakdowns by as much as 95% and lower utility bills by 30% we will assess your homes air conditioning and heating system to ensure they are in safe operating condition. You’ll receive a detail report of our findings and we’ll explain any concerns. We’ll alert you to potential emergencies before they become disruptive problems.

By having one of Grande Air Solutions licensed HVAC technicians out to give your air conditioner, a proper maintenance service, you can count on better, more reliable performance for your air conditioning system. This can ensure that your comfort within your home is less likely to be disrupted. Only a qualified professional with experience in HVAC maintenance can handle the proper air conditioning maintenance procedures. With a thorough ac inspection and any necessary adjustments completed by our skilled ac technician, you can cool your home more confidently. So remember to schedule your AC tune-up with a member of Grande Air Solutions or you have the option to sign up for our maintenance program.

25 Point Air Conditioning Inspection Includes:

  1. Check the refrigerant charge including suction line pressure and liquid Line pressure
  2. Take the TD across the coil including return air temp and supply air temp
  3. Look for signs of a refrigerant leak
  4. Inspect the suction line insulation
  5. Test the capacitors
  6. Look at the contractor
  7. Test the incoming line voltage
  8. Inspect the wiring
  9. Treat the electrical parts for ants
  10. Test the relays and switches
  11. Test the pressure switches
  12. Blow out the drain line
  13. Check all motor amperages
  14. Look at the circuit breaker specs
  15. Inspect the equipment disconnect
  16. Remove leaves and debris
  17. Rinse the condenser coils
  18. Check the drain for proper fall
  19. Proper float switch operation
  20. Check the secondary drain pan
  21. Inspect the evaporator coil
  22. Look at the return air filter
  23. Calibrate the thermostat
  24. Inspect the duct system
  25. Ensure there are no code violations

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