Dependable heating and cooling system maintenance

Seasonal Heating and Air Conditioning Maintenance

Heating and Cooling Preventive Maintenance

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According to all HVAC manufacturers, HVAC systems should be checked twice a year, at the start of each season. Regular preventive maintenance has numerous advantages and is a good investment.

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  • Why is HVAC seasonal maintenance important?

    Seasonal preventive maintenance on your heating and cooling system will help you avoid many unforeseen problems and extend the life of your heating and cooling system. Early season inspections on your air conditioner or heat pump may reveal leaks, rust, rot, soot, frayed wires, and/or corroded electrical contacts, all of which can lead to worse system problems if left ignored.

  • When should seasonal maintenance be scheduled?

    Your HVAC system can take a beating during the summer and winter months. As a result, scheduling maintenance checks in the off-seasons — spring and fall – can be advantageous.
     In Fairfax, The best times to arrange a yearly air conditioner maintenance visit are in the spring before the cooling season begins and in the fall before the winter season begins.

  • When to schedule heat pump seasonal maintenance?

    Heat pumps are not the same as air conditioners or furnaces. They can provide your home with both heating and cooling. If you operate your heat pump all year, maintenance visits should be scheduled every six months.

The majority of individuals undervalue the importance of routine heating and cooling system maintenance. A regular servicing can not only save you money by reducing your gas and electricity costs due to inefficient systems, but it can also save your life by preventing Carbon Monoxide poisoning

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We have used Breeze Master Inc for various HVAC services at our properties and they are very professional , quality of work and sharing knowledge on how the systems work . If you are Virginia and Maryland don't waste time with anyone else and give them a call for all your HVAC needs as you won't find honest and quality work anywhere else.

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How We Service Air Conditioning

Well, that depends on the type of air conditioning and heating system we're dealing with. Our air conditioning and heating services are customized to fit your heating and cooling system. Having a professional inspect and service your HVAC system twice a year is one of the simplest methods to ensure that it lasts the distance, performs well, and is safe.

What we check during preventative maintenance

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    Test the thermostat
    Chemical clean and flush if required (cost additional)
    A through clean of filters, blower wheel, coils, motors and other parts if required (cost additional)
    Ensure all internal parts are working efficiently
    Check the refrigerant gas levels
    Catching any minor faults or damage before they become costly and serious

Our Full Preventative Maintenance Checklist For HVAC Systems

Indoor System Heating Checklist


    Check Thermostat Operation
    Measure Indoor Humidity, Dry And Wet Bulb Temperatures
    Check Temperature Difference Across The Indoor Coil
    Check Filter
    Check Blower Motor And Blower Wheel Cleanliness
    Check Blower Motor Belt
    Lubricate Motor And Bearing If Required
    Check Blower Motor Amperage
    Check Current Amplifiers
    Check Incoming Voltage
    Check Circuit Board For Lose Wire Connections
    Check Gas Valve, Gas Pressure And Gas Leak
    Check Burners Cleanliness
    Combustion Analysis Test
    Check Flame Sensor And Thermocouple
    Check Furnace Heat Exchanger For Cracks
    Check Sequencers And Relays
    Check Air Handler Heating Elements Amperage
    Check Furnace Inducer Motor
    Check Evaporator Coil
    Check Drain Pan For Biological Growth
    Check Drain Line
    Check Interlock Switch ( Blower Door Switch)
    Check Disconnect Box And Fuses Or ON/OFF Switch
    Check Low and High Voltage Connections
    Check Electrical Wirings For Detrition
    Check Duct Work And Dampers

Indoor System Cooling Checklist


    Check Thermostat Operation
    Measure Indoor Humidity, Dry And Wet Bulb Temperatures
    Check Temperature Difference Across The Indoor Coil
    Check Filter
    Check Blower Motor And Blower Wheel Cleanliness
    Check Blower Motor Belt
    Lubricate Motor And Bearing If Required
    Check Blower Motor Amperage
    Check Current Amplifiers
    Check Incoming Voltage
    Check Current Amplifiers
    Check Circuit Board For Lose Wire Connections
    Check Sequencers And Relays
    Check Evaporator Coil
    Check Drain Pan For Biological Growth
    Check Drain Line
    Check Interlock Switch (Blower Door Switch)
    Check Disconnect Box And Fuses Or ON/OFF Switch
    Check Low And High Voltage Connections
    Check Electrical Wirings For Detrition
    Check Duct Work And Dampers

Outdoor Condensing And Heat Pump System Checklist


    Check Disconnect Box And Fuses
    Check For Pitted Contacts On Contactor
    Check Current Amplifier
    Check Outdoor Fan Motor
    Check Outdoor Fan Motor Amperage
    Check Compressor
    Check Compressor Amperage
    Check Incoming Voltage
    Check Low And High Voltage Connections
    Check Outdoor Coil Cleanliness
    Measure Outdoor Dry Bulb Temperature
    Check Low And High Side System Pressures
    Check Superheat
    Check Subcooling
    Listen For Abnormal Noise
    Check Refrigerant Lines And Insulation
    Check For Refrigerant Oil Leaks
    Check For Schrader Caps On Service Ports

Maintaining Your HVAC System Tips for Home Owners

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    Clean Filters Every Two To Three Months
    Check the Ducts for Air Leaks
    Clearing Leaves and Debris from Around Outside Unit
    Wipe away the Dust from Around the Unit
    Clean the Condensate Drain
    Have a Maintenance Tune-up by HVAC Professional
    Leave the Air Vents Open
    Set Your HVAC Unit at the Optimal Temperature

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