The service may or may not include repairs; it depends on whether problems are detected during the inspection phase. Air conditioning system inspection: The HVAC technician will most likely start by inspecting your equipment. We examine the vents and ducts to ensure that there are no air leaks that reduce the efficiency of your heating system. We make sure that the burner is turned on properly and is working properly.
If you have a gas or oil furnace, we check that the correct amount of fuel reaches the burner by checking the gas pressure in the unit. To ensure that your system receives an accurate temperature reading, we inspect your thermostat. We can also adjust it to allow your unit to operate at maximum efficiency and potentially save you money on your energy bills. You must take maximum care of your heating and cooling system and, to do so, you must have your HVAC systems serviced by a professional HVAC contractor.
In addition to possible special rates for new customers that cover the cost of setting up the heating, most HVAC contractors offer what's called a preventive maintenance agreement (PMA).