Details & FAQs

Hvac,

Heating Venting and Air Conditioning

So why should you schedule an appointment to have your

unit serviced ?

The answer is one simple word : Maintenance.

If you don't know this already, regular maintenance

for your heating and air conditioning units is

very important.  Mechanical systems

require routine monitoring, adjustments,

periodic cleaning, and eventual

replacement of components. Regularly

scheduled  inspections and maintenance are often required to maintain the original equipment manufacturer's ( OEM ) warranty. Conducting regularly scheduled inspections, maintenance, and remediation of HVAC systems

prolongs equipment efficiency, promotes healthy clean air, supports lower

utility costs, guards against unexpected failures, and prolongs equipment life. Occupants and environment will both benefit.

When should I have my Air Conditioning Mainenance performed ?

  It is recommended to have your Air Conditioning serviced once a year, normally in the Spring. The ideal temperatures for testing refrigerant levels is 65-75 degrees.

We are taking Appointments now for Air Conditioning services!

What to expect for your $69 Air Conditioning service

 

 

* A courteous Technician

* Inspection of filters and replacement if necessary (customer provided).

* Thermostats-testing for proper operation and replace (customer provided) batteries if needed.

* Testing all vents for airflow and operation of damper system

if applicable.

* Blower Motor-measure amperage and voltage for proper

operation. Inspecting bearings for wear and lubricate if

applicable.

* Blower Capacitor- Inspect for oil leakage or swelling. Test

for proper microfarad reading.

* Blower wheel- Inspect for any build up of dirt or unbalance

situation.

* Check for tight electrical connections

* Test operation of all safeties.

* Inspect condensate drain for proper drain line pitch and

clogs. Flushing and installing anti-algae tablet.

* Test any condensate pumps and flush.

* Inspect evaporator coil for blockage and cleanliness, advise

if dirty or if it needs cleaning.

* Visual Inspection of duct system for energy loss or improper

support.

* Confirm proper return air and size.

* Measure Supply/Return temperature differential.

* Check for code violations

* Remove any debris, grass or weeds blocking airflow to condenser coil.

* Check all electrical connections and tighten if needed.

* Check all electrical components for proper operation.

* Inspect compressor contactor points for wear and burn

spots.

* Inspect outdoor capacitors for oil leakage or swelling.

Test for proper microfarad reading.

* Clean and check outdoor coil for any oil spots.

* Clean and check outdoor fan blades for tightness and

unbalance.

* Outdoor Fan Motor- Visually inspect and measure

amperage and voltage for proper operation. Inspecting

bearings for wear and lubricate if applicable.

* Compressor-Visually inspect and measure amperage

and voltage for proper operation

* Install gauges and monitor operating pressures.

* Check subcooling/superheat for proper refrigerant

charge.

* Inspect service valves for proper operation and leaks.

* Tighten service caps to prevent refrigerant leaks.

* Check for code violations.

* Provide system operation report and recommend repairs or replacements as necessary

Indoor Unit

Outdoor Unit

Our Commitment !

  Keeping You Cool all season long is Quality Controls Heating and Air Conditioning's goal. With unpredictable weather around every corner, making sure your HVAC systems are all working in tip-top shape is important. The best part is savings on your energy bills. When your HVAC system is properly maintained, it works more efficiently. Systems that are not cared for work harder year after year to achieve the cooling temperatures you prefer. The harder your Air Conditioning unit works, the quicker it will run through its life cycle. Not only will you be paying more on energy cost but with a shorter life span, a new unit will be needed sooner. Replacement is much more expensive than maintenance.

  When you call on Quality Controls Heating and Air Conditioning to tune up your Air Conditioning this Spring, years of knowledge and experience come with your technician. We service all makes and models, old and new. Respecting your home and time in a professional manner with an honest diagnosis is guaranteed. If your HVAC system has multiple issues, your technician can help you work through what needs immediate attention and what can wait.

When should I do have my Furnace and Gas Log Mainenance performed ?

  It is recommended to have your Furnace and Gas Logs serviced once a year, normally in the Fall. Some manufacturer warranties are voided if regular maintenance is not kept up. It is a good practice to have all gas burning appliances checked for Carbon Monoxide at least once a year.

We are taking Appointments now for Furnace and Gas log services!

What to expect for your $69 Heat service

Gas Furnace;

* A courteous Technician

* Clean or replace, customer provided, filters

* Check for proper operation of Thermostat and change, customer provided, batteries if needed

* Inspect blower assembly ( includes blower housing, blower wheel, motor and capacitor )

* On older models, lubricate motors

* Check combustion blower housing for lint and debis and clean as necessary

* Clean pressure switch tube and check for proper operation of pressure switch

* Clean flame sensor and check for proper micro amps

* Inspect for Gas Leaks

* Inspect burner Assembly- clean and adjust as needed

* Inspect ignition system and safety controls clean and adjust as needed

* Inspect heat exchanger

* Inspect flue system - check for proper attachment to the furnace and signs of corrosion

* On 90% or above furnaces inspect condensate drain for blockage

* Inspect control box, associated controls, wiring and connections

* inspect (ductwork) for leaks

WHILE SYSTEM IS RUNNING

* Monitor system starting characteristics and capabilities

* listen for abnormal noise

* Monitor furnace for correct line and manifold gas pressure - make adjustments as needad

* Measure temperature rise and adjust airflow as needed

* Check vent system for proper operation

* Monitor system for correct line and load volts/amps

* Monitor system operation per manufacturer's specifications

* Provide system operation report and recommend repairs or replacement as necessary

 

Heat Pump and or Electric Furnace;

* A courteous Technician

* Clean or replace, customer provided, filters

* Check for proper operation of Thermostat and change, customer provided, batteries if needed

* Inspect blower assembly ( includes blower housing, blower wheel, motor and capacitor)

* On older models lubricate motors

* Inspect evaporator coil for blockage

* Inspect control box, Associated controls, wiring and connections 

* Inspect emergency heat operation and amp drawls

* Inspect (ductwork) for leaks

Outdoor Unit;

* Clean dirt, leaves and debris from inside cabinet

* Inspect coil and cabinet - clean as necessary

* Inspect base for restricted drain openings - remove obstructions as necessary

* Inspect fan motor and fan blades for wear and damage - on lder models lubricate as needed

* Inspect control box, associated controls/accessories, wiring and connections. 

* Inspect compressor and associated tubing for damage

WHILE SYSTEM IS RUNNING

* Monitor system starting characteristics and capabilities

* Listen for abnormal noise

* Monitor for correct refrigerant charge

* Monitor system for correct line and load volts/amps

* Monitor system operation per manufacturer's specifications

* Provide system operation report and recommend repairs or replacement as necessary

What to expect for your $149 Gas Log Service

* A courteous Technician

* A thorough cleaning of the front grills and facia of fireplace

* Removal of upper grill, if applicable to your fireplace, and vacuuming of dust and debris on top of firebox

* Removal of screen, and or glass (on direct vent fireplaces) and thorough cleaning and inspection of gasket

* Removal of logs and thorough cleaning and inspection for cracks

* Thorough cleaning and inspection of burner, pilot assembly, oxygen depletion sensor ( if applicable), and interior fire box

* Replacement of embers if applicable

* Reassemble logs, glass, screen and upper grill

* Thorough cleaning of valve and valve compartment

* Check all wiring and connections

* Check Flue pipe if applicable

* Check for proper gas pressure and operation of logs - make adjustments as needed

* Perform carbon monoxide test

* School owner on lighting, proper operation and what to expect from gas logs

* Provide system operation report and recommend repairs or replacements as necessary

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