Here’s Why Air Conditioning Inspections are Important

January 8, 2019

There’s almost nothing that you can buy that doesn’t require some kind of maintenance and if you’re like most people you want to be sure your air conditioner runs smoothly during the hottest times of the year. That’s why it’s important to get the unit serviced on a regular basis by professionals anytime after the temperature get above 15°C which is usually in the spring and/or early summer. There are several different areas where seasoned and qualified technicians will work and one of the areas they’ll focus on as they work both inside and outside your home are the filters. These remove the pollen dust and particles that would otherwise circulate in the air you breathe and they’ll be only to happy to suggest the right MERV filter that suits you particular needs. A complete air conditioner inspection will deal with some more technical aspects. Correct pressures will be tested to ensure the unit is running properly on the low and high side. The electrical components are another critical element and a good inspection will include looking at voltage, amperage and other refrigerant charges to make sure they’re adequate. All the other wiring and connections will be tested to make sure wear and tear and the elements haven’t had their way. All the important elements are looked at with the right professionals working with you and that includes pressure switch settings and contactors. A clear condensate drain and coil will also ensure that you get the best in efficiency from your air conditioning unit for as long as possible. If that all sounds very technical, here at Oosterveld Heating and Air Conditioning, we can help. Our Planned Service Customer program gives you free labour on your equipment for an entire year when purchasing one professional air conditioner inspection. Oosterveld Heating and Air Conditioning is a family owned and operated business servicing Guelph and the surrounding areas. Call today!

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