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Heating Ventilation Air Inspection

 Heating Ventilation Air Inspection

Heating ventilation air inspection is done by a service company or during a home inspection. First of all, the home inspector will visually inspect air handler and heat pump when hired for an inspection. In addition, the inspector will check the heat pump and air handler for temperature. Also, the inspector will take the temperature readings at the supply vent and return vent. Although, the vents are located at the top of the ceiling, along with the walls or on the floors. However, there are two major parts to the heat ventilation air inspection. Therefore, the one part is the Air Handler, the other is a heat pump. Consequently, both air handler and heat pump are used differently when thermostat set the desired temperature.

Furthermore, the Air handler is an important part of the system. Because it allows airflow through insulation ducts through a blower. Therefore, the blower forces the air through Air handler to the ducts. Also allowing the air to flow to the supply vents. Hopefully, the selected temperature on the thermostat will provide comfort to all rooms. The thermostat when selected will allow the heat pump to provide cool or hot air to the Air Handler.

Heating Ventilation Air Inspection

Therefore, it’s always best practice to have an expert in the field service the Heating ventilation air system yearly. Ongoing maintenance will extend the life of the system.

Heating Ventilation Air Inspection Includes

  • Air Filter
  • Correct Airflow
  • Venting
  • Vent Clearances
  • Combustion Air
  • Defrost Cycle
  • Refrigerant Pressure
  • Evaporator Coils
  • Temperature Differentiation
  • Condenser
  • Electrical Connections
  • Gas Pressure
  • Gas Piping
  • Blower Components
  • Condensate Drains
  • Equipment Match
  • Heat Mode
  • Heat Exchanger
  • Burner Assembly
  • Auxiliary Heat Operation
  • Ignition Assembly
  • Safety Controls
  • Thermostat Calibration
  • Installation Quality
  • Condition
  • Area
  • Clearances
  • Starting Capabilities
  • Proper System Operation

Contact Us

Therefore, learn more about our inspection services or to set up your first appointment, give us a call today. Dial us at (386) 864-0400 or you can also e-mail at william.reardon@att.net.

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