An HVAC system is an essential tool for creating a healthy atmosphere in your home. Not only for indoor comfort, but also our health depends on breathing clean air from a properly working HVAC system. Together with the installation of the unit, our company provides the HVAC maintenance and diagnostics needed for proper operation.
Tech service and device cleaning by A+ Refrigeration Heating & Air Conditioning allow you to eliminate problems before they turn into serious breakdowns. Timely assistance of split systems also extends the overall service life of the equipment.
Remember! It is impossible to cope with maintenance on your own since professional tools are needed for diagnostics. For proper work of the split system, contact the competent and professional specialists.
Why is HVAC Preventive Maintenance Important?
The standard operation of the HVAC unit is affected by the quality of installation and operating conditions. If failures in the system are not eliminated on time, the repair cost can be very high. Maintenance service lets you avoid the following problems:
Accumulation of dirt and dust inside; when the airflow passes through the evaporator, dust, fabric fibers, and lint settles inside the unit. A thick layer begins to interfere with the regular operation of the equipment.
Mold, mildew, and fungus growth in humid environments can cause serious diseases. People begin to smell unpleasant odors.
Increased energy consumption and compressor breakdowns; if the radiator power decreases due to dirt, insufficient liquid freon refrigerant is added to the equipment.
Remember! Service is a simplified format of work that involves checking the HVAC system for breakdowns, leaks, etc. Maintenance is a more complex procedure in which the technician uses tools and equipment for completing specialized tasks.
What is Involved in HVAC Maintenance?
Repair and HVAC maintenance are challenging tasks. Users can perform only some simple tasks like: wiping the casing, cleaning some filters. Technicians carry out refueling, repairs, and other work. Service of the HVAC maintenance contract includes checking and cleaning:
testing the heat pump, heating mode, defrost cycle;
checking drains or drip pan;
testing operation of backup heating source;
monitoring the operation of the condensate drain system;
testing vents, condenser, and (if necessary) tightening loose belts, bearings, and pulleys.
Note! Each of the above operations prevents more complex damage and reduces user costs. If a decrease in the freon volume is detected, refueling of the refrigerant can restore the efficiency.
How Often Should You Service the System?
It is better to schedule HVAC maintenance jobs “near me” before your system becomes broken beyond repair. Since the unit works not only to cool the air, but is also for heating indoors, users often contact the service department before the heating season – in the fall.
However, it is more crucial to plan a regular maintenance schedule. Only routine inspections by a HVAC maintenance technician guarantees high-quality operation. The HVAC systems should normally be serviced at least every six months.
Note! It is better to call an experienced technician in the early spring. At this time, the specialists are not busy with emergency service requests, repairing units. Therefore, you can schedule the HVAC maintenance agreement at a convenient time.
A+ Refrigeration Heating & Air Conditioning Maintenance Areas
Our company provides 24-hour HVAC service 7 days a week. You can call the experts at any convenient time. A+ Refrigeration Heating & Air Conditioning carries out work following the manufacturer’s recommendations and issues a warranty for our work.
The experienced specialists of our company attend to service calls for HVAC maintenance in Santa Barbara as well as to the nearest cities: Goleta, Ventura, Oxnard, Ojai, Solvang, Santa Ynez, Buellton, Lompoc, Santa Maria.
Call now and you will get a worthy service for installing climate system!
We guarantee that you will be satisfied with our work, and feel the comfort and fresh air in your home or commercial premises.