Check the Air Conditioner Refrigerant Charge – Having the proper amount of refrigerant in the system is super important. If the check shows a low level of refrigerant, further checks may need to be done to locate a possible reason, and then a solution is recommended.
Check the Central Air Conditioners Electrical Systems – The current draw of the compressor and operation of relays and other electrical components are checked.
Check and lube (old versions) AC Condenser Fan Motor – Quiet, smooth operation of the condenser fan is important. If lubrication is required the technician will do it properly.
Check Air Conditioner Refrigerant lines and insulation.
Check Air Conditioner/heater Filter and replace with new (standard size).
Check Thermostat calibration.
Check indoor coil and drains.
Check plenums for air leaks.
Check furnace heating cycle.
Inspect heat exchanger, burners and flame.
Check all electrical furnace wiring and sensors.
Inspect carbon monoxide flue vent.
Check pilot assembly.
Inspect fan blower motor assembly.
Check cleanliness of furnace and burners area.
Inspect Duct Work for Leaks, proper sizing and efficiency and Proper attic Insulation along the way, why not, we are already up there
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