It’s going to be a hot summer. How to prepare your HVAC system.
As we all know, the summer heat in Florida can reach temperatures that just make you want to stay inside. Is your HVAC system up for the task? Do you know how to prepare your HVAC system for hot summers? According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the forecast for August through October calls for hotter than normal temperatures everywhere. How can you prevent your air conditioning from breaking down when you need it most?
Regular maintenance like changing air filters and duct cleaning help keep your HVAC system running efficiently potentially saving energy and lowering your cooling bills. However, extreme heat, clogged vents or faulty wiring, can overtax your system and may cause AC failure at the worst time possible.
Prepare your HVAC system with Preventive Maintenance
A comprehensive preventive maintenance inspection and service by a Naples Comfort Systems by Stahlman Cooling & Heating Expert certified HVAC technician could save you from a costly repair or two. Being uncomfortable in your own home is the last thing you need.
Let one of our licensed HVAC pros ensure your AC is prepared for the rest of the summer. Regular maintenance like changing air filters and duct cleaning helps keep your HVAC system running efficiently potentially saving energy and lowering your cooling bills. However, extreme heat, clogged vents, or faulty wiring, can overtax your system and may cause AC failure at the worst time possible.
Our comprehensive Preventative Maintenance package includes:
2. Clean or replace the washable filter
3. Measure amps of the blower motor
4. Measure amps of heat kit
5. Tighten electrical connections at the air handler
6. Test capacitor at the air handler
7. Clean primary drain pan
8. Clean secondary drain pan
9. Vacuum condensate line
10. Measure amps of low voltage input
12. Test run and start capacitor at condensor
13. Measure compressor amps
14. Measure fan motor ampere
15. Clean outdoor coil
16. Measure voltage to condenser
17. Tighten electrical connections on condenser
18. Check refrigerant operating pressures
19. Test thermostat
20. Measure voltage at disconnects
Book an appointment with one of our HVAC experts. We’re ready to handle all your HVAC needs, from preventive maintenance and emergency repairs to new system recommendations and installation.