HVAC Preventive Maintenance
Greenville and Spartanburg SC Area

Our technicians estimate that 82% of the repairs they see may have been eliminated or reduced by a regular preventive maintenance program. Much like you maintaining your car, it pays to keep your home’s most expensive and complex appliance (not to mention potentially dangerous) in its peak operating condition.

Changing your air filters monthly is a step in the right direction, but it just isn’t enough. Modern HVAC systems have an advanced electronic system which requires cleaning and inspection from the inside out to ensure that every piece is properly calibrated and running efficiently; A task best left to a trained professional. You can ensure the protection of your home and family and receive these incredible benefits by becoming a valued Service Partner.

 Our 35 point Inspection Includes:

  • Take Exiting Air Temp
  • Take/Check Refrigerant Pressures
  • Take Returning Air Temp
  • Take/Check Superheat
  • Check Filter(s)
  • Take/Check Sub-Cooling
  • Check Thermostat
  • Inspect Outdoor Coil
  • Take/Check Amp Draw of Outdoor Fan Motor
  • Inspect Refrigerant Line Insulation
  • Check Outdoor Fan Blade and Hub
  • Take Amp Draw of Indoor Fan (Blower) Motor
  • Take/Check Amp Draw of Compressor
  • Inspect Blower Wheel
  • Inspect Compressor
  • Inspect Duct System
  • Check Operation of Reversing Valve
  • Inspect Air Handler/ Furnace/Pac Unit for Level and Support
  • Inspect Control Boards
  • Check Air Handler (Furnace) for Air Leaks
  • Inspect Compressor (Main Line) Contactor
  • Check Condensate Drain Lines for Cleanliness/Pitch
  • Test All Run Capacitors
  • Inspect Evaporator Coil
  • Check Start Device
  • Check Drain Pans
  • Check Fuses
  • Check Condition of Attic Insulation
  • Inspect Wiring
  • Check Condition of House Electrical Panel
  • Inspect Service Disconnect
  • Check Operation of Condensate Overflow Prevention Switch
  • Inspect Breakers
  • Inspect Metering Device
  • Check and Tighten Electrical Breakers
AirTek Services preventive maintenance
clean vs dirty ac coil

The Importance of Clean A/C Coils

It is estimated that dirty evaporator and condenser coils can increase the energy usage of your air conditioning system by over 30 percent. Additionally, reduced heat transfer efficiency can cause other problems, such as poor cooling performance, frozen evaporator coils and compressor overheating.

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