May 23, 2022

How Can you Prepare for your Summer HVAC Inspection?

Considering getting an HVAC inspection before the summer starts? Here are three forms of inspections you should consider.

HVAC Tune-Up

A multi-point inspection of your A/C and heater. We recommended one in the fall for your heater and the spring for your A/C. Thorough inspections and maintenance prevent breakdowns.

HVAC Repair

Typically needed when the system is not operating properly, technicians come on sight to diagnose the problem and fix it.

HVAC Inspections

This is a detailed written audit of the age of the equipment. A technician lists how the system was installed and how it is performing and makes a list of recommendations for repairs/improvements. These inspections are standard for second opinions for homeowners looking to buy or sell.

Make a Checklist

Be sure to fill in your inspector before the inspection begins about anything you have noticed or can share involving your system. This will allow them to have a greater insight of what to look into and the best route to proceed. Poor air quality not only promotes discomfort but also can pose a health concern. It is imperative to share anything, big or small.

Some suggestions to share with your technician are your recent maintenance, any repairs in the last 10-15 years, high energy bills, inconsistent airflow, discomfort in winter or summer seasons, experiencing more allergy symptoms than usual, any strange odors or sounds, and previous thermostat malfunctions.

Contact Clarksville Heating and Air today to see what the best inspection is for you to get through the summer months.

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