Are you having your HVAC system inspected regularly? What happens during an inspection?
How often should you get your HVAC unit inspected? These are questions HVAC technicians hear fairly often. Here’s what you need to know.
An HVAC inspection is a checkup of all of the parts and components that make up your heating and cooling systems. It includes determining how old the system
is, how energy efficient, how well it operates, whether or not it’s functioning safely, as well as analysis of its output and circulation.
An HVAC inspection is important to ensure the proper operation of your heating and air conditioning equipment. It can inform you of issues that could turn
into significant and costly repairs – it ensures you and your family are safe, and it helps you make decisions about repairs, maintenance, or replacement.
Ideally, your HVAC system inspections should happen twice a year. The best times are in the fall before you turn your heat on as the weather cools down,
and in the spring as you transition from heating to air conditioning. At a minimum, an HVAC technician should inspect your system at least once a year.
Your HVAC system isn’t a set it and forget it type of household appliance. Just like a car, it needs regular tune-ups to make sure it’s running as it should.
To make sure yours is getting the attention it needs, contact your local McCall’s dealer today to schedule your HVAC inspection.