For all your maintenance needs, call the pros at Frosty Joes
HVAC maintenance is essential, no matter what type of Air Conditioning system you have it should be inspected, cleaned, and serviced at least once a year. The best scenario is to have the heating system (heat pump or furnace) maintained in the fall and the air conditioning system serviced in the spring.
These components not only supply heating and cooling to a home but also play a critical role in the health of the house.
Here are five reasons to consider:
1. SAVE MONEY
Reduce energy bills, prevent costly breakdowns, and extend the life of the system.
2. IMPROVE YOUR
The EPA reports that indoor pollutants may be 2 to 5 times higher than outside, in some extreme cases as much as 100 times higher.
3. IMPROVE YOUR
Let's face it, your home is your castle, and sometimes it's only a matter of a simple air balance or a minor adjustment to make your house feel more comfortable.
At Frosty Joe's, we take every approach necessary to ensure your comfort every time.
This is one topic we all take very seriously; not only for our house but for our loved ones. Coming home in the hot summer to a broken air conditioning system can be frustrating and feel like the end of the world or water coming through the ceiling and puddled on the floor due to lack of maintenance is annoying, but we need to consider the safety in the cold weather if your home uses a gas furnace. Safety is a top priority at Frosty Joe's!
5. PEACE OF MIND
This is the greatest gift we can give ourselves. Having a NATE certified technician from Frosty Joe's Heating and Air conditioning is a win-win for you, the homeowner.
SERVICE CALL: AFTER HOURS & HOLIDAYS
1. Check thermostat operation
2. Check defrost operation
3. Test defrost
4. Clean or replace filter (customer provided)
5. Inspect relays and circuit boards
6. Inspect disconnects
7. Inspect condensate drain
8. Purge condensate drain
9. Check electrical and start components
10. Inspect bearings and lubricate as needed
11. Inspect outdoor coil and advise customer of condition
12. Inspect and test safety switches
13. Inspect duct seals at unit
14. Inspect indoor coil and advise of condition
15. Check and document superheat and subcooling
16. Check voltage and amperage to compressor and motors
17. Explain necessary repairs
18. Inspect wiring and tighten electrical connections
19. Check delta T and record
20. Run and test system
21. Wash and remove debris from outdoor unit
1. Check thermostat operation
2. Clean or replace filter (customer provided)
3. Inspect burner condition
4. Inspect blower motor and assembly
5. Inspect heat exchanger condition
6. Check ignition system operation
7. Resurface ignition system
8. Check IDM, including hoses and drain
9. Check condensate drain and trap
10. Check all wiring for and tighten
11. Check induced draft motor amps
12. Check Delta T and record
13. Measure incoming gas pressure and manifold pressure
14. Check voltage at furnace and amperage of the motor
15. Check flue for obstructions, rust, and slope
16. Check all gas connections for leaks in furnace
17. Check furnace area for safety and flammable materials
18. Inspect duct seals at unit
19. Check for CO
20. Advise customer of repairs needed
21. Run test on high limit safety