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Standard HVAC Maintenance Plan (Seasonal)

Summer HVAC Maintenance:

Air Conditioning Inspection and Cleaning: Check and clean the condenser coils to remove dirt, debris, and vegetation that can obstruct airflow. Inspect and clean the evaporator coils to ensure efficient heat exchange. Check refrigerant levels and recharge if necessary. Inspect and clean the condensate drain to prevent clogs and water damage.

Air Filter Replacement: Replace or clean air filters to ensure proper airflow and indoor air quality.

Thermostat Calibration: Check and calibrate the thermostat to ensure accurate temperature readings and efficient operation.

Check Electrical Components: Inspect electrical connections, contacts, and wiring for signs of wear or damage. Tighten electrical connections to prevent overheating and electrical issues.

Inspect Ductwork: Inspect ductwork for leaks, loose connections, and insulation damage. Seal duct leaks and repair damaged insulation to improve efficiency and airflow.

Check Airflow: Test airflow from supply and return vents to ensure proper distribution throughout the building. Adjust dampers and registers as needed to balance airflow.

Inspect Outdoor Unit: Clear debris, leaves, and vegetation from around the outdoor unit to ensure adequate airflow. Check for any signs of damage or corrosion on the unit’s housing and components.

Winter HVAC Maintenance:

Heating System Inspection and Cleaning: Inspect and clean the burner assembly, heat exchanger, and ignition system. Check and adjust the burner flame to ensure efficient combustion. Lubricate moving parts such as motors, fans, and bearings.

Check Pilot Light (if applicable): If your heating system has a pilot light, ensure it is lit and burning steadily.Clean or replace the pilot assembly if necessary.

Inspect Venting System: Check flue and vent pipes for obstructions, leaks, or signs of corrosion.Ensure proper venting to prevent carbon monoxide buildup.

Test Safety Controls: Test safety controls, such as limit switches and pressure switches, to ensure they are functioning properly.Verify that the system shuts down correctly in the event of a safety issue.

Inspect Insulation: Check insulation levels in attics, crawl spaces, and around ductwork to minimize heat loss.Seal gaps and cracks in building envelopes to improve energy efficiency.

Check Thermostat Settings: Adjust thermostat settings for winter heating needs.Verify that the thermostat is operating correctly and maintaining desired temperatures.

Overall System Check: Conduct a comprehensive inspection of the entire HVAC system to identify any potential issues or areas for improvement. Address any maintenance or repair needs identified during the inspection.

By following a comprehensive maintenance plan that includes tasks tailored to both summer and winter seasons, you can ensure that your HVAC system operates efficiently, reliably, and safely throughout the year.

Standard HVAC Maintenance Plan (Seasonal)

Summer HVAC Maintenance:

Air Conditioning Inspection and Cleaning: Check and clean the condenser coils to remove dirt, debris, and vegetation that can obstruct airflow. Inspect and clean the evaporator coils to ensure efficient heat exchange. Check refrigerant levels and recharge if necessary. Inspect and clean the condensate drain to prevent clogs and water damage.

Air Filter Replacement: Replace or clean air filters to ensure proper airflow and indoor air quality.

Thermostat Calibration: Check and calibrate the thermostat to ensure accurate temperature readings and efficient operation.

Check Electrical Components: Inspect electrical connections, contacts, and wiring for signs of wear or damage. Tighten electrical connections to prevent overheating and electrical issues.

Inspect Ductwork: Inspect ductwork for leaks, loose connections, and insulation damage. Seal duct leaks and repair damaged insulation to improve efficiency and airflow.

Check Airflow: Test airflow from supply and return vents to ensure proper distribution throughout the building. Adjust dampers and registers as needed to balance airflow.

Inspect Outdoor Unit: Clear debris, leaves, and vegetation from around the outdoor unit to ensure adequate airflow. Check for any signs of damage or corrosion on the unit’s housing and components.

Winter HVAC Maintenance:

Heating System Inspection and Cleaning: Inspect and clean the burner assembly, heat exchanger, and ignition system. Check and adjust the burner flame to ensure efficient combustion. Lubricate moving parts such as motors, fans, and bearings.

Check Pilot Light (if applicable): If your heating system has a pilot light, ensure it is lit and burning steadily.Clean or replace the pilot assembly if necessary.

Inspect Venting System: Check flue and vent pipes for obstructions, leaks, or signs of corrosion.Ensure proper venting to prevent carbon monoxide buildup.

Test Safety Controls: Test safety controls, such as limit switches and pressure switches, to ensure they are functioning properly.Verify that the system shuts down correctly in the event of a safety issue.

Inspect Insulation: Check insulation levels in attics, crawl spaces, and around ductwork to minimize heat loss.Seal gaps and cracks in building envelopes to improve energy efficiency.

Check Thermostat Settings: Adjust thermostat settings for winter heating needs.Verify that the thermostat is operating correctly and maintaining desired temperatures.

Overall System Check: Conduct a comprehensive inspection of the entire HVAC system to identify any potential issues or areas for improvement. Address any maintenance or repair needs identified during the inspection.

By following a comprehensive maintenance plan that includes tasks tailored to both summer and winter seasons, you can ensure that your HVAC system operates efficiently, reliably, and safely throughout the year.

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