An HVAC inspection is a thorough review and testing of your home’s heating and cooling equipment, as well as any whole-home indoor air quality systems. Contrary to popular belief, the average home inspection does not include detailed testing of HVAC systems. While basic functioning is checked, furnaces, heat pumps, air conditioners and other HVAC systems can still function with major malfunctions, in some cases.

Your home inspection generally is not detailed enough to give you the full picture of how your heating and cooling systems are performing. We are here to help you and will work to find a way to get you the equipment and services you need, in many cases. We will also have a frank conversation about the cost – you may be surprised at what options are available.

In general, HVAC inspections usually include the following:

  • Test the thermostat’s calibration
  • Inspect blower components
  • Test for correct airflow through units and home
  • Inspect electrical connections
  • Inspect quality of installation
  • Inspect areas where equipment is located
  • Inspect equipment condition
  • Inspect condenser and evaporator coils for air conditioning units
  • Evaluate system starting capabilities
  • Evaluate temperature differentiation
  • Test refrigerant pressure
  • Examine condensate drains and drip pan
  • Visually check refrigerant system for leaks
  • Visually inspect duct integrity
  • Evaluate heat pump heating mode and defrost cycle
  • Evaluate operation of backup heating source
  • Test gas pressure and piping
  • Test venting and clearances

On-time arrival

Whether it be a service call, repair or maintenance, we are there when you need us.

Great Communication

Communication between the office and our service technicians lets us get to know each client and their HVAC needs.

Friendly Technicians

Our down-to-earth, friendly approach to heating service is second only to our dedication to service excellence.

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Cooling

emergency?

Checklist

  • Turn the thermostat OFF
  • If you notice a wet spot on the ceiling or water in the furnace (inside unit) or blower (outside unit) area
  • DRIPPING WATER: If water is dripping from a pipe sticking out of the soffit:
  • Shut off A/C immediately at the breaker box you have an EMERGENCY
  • Call 803-802-8884 to set up a service appointment before the water damage becomes a bigger problem

heating

emergency?

Checklist

  • Turn the thermostat OFF
  • Now turn the thermostat to the HEAT setting and monitor to see if the system cycles back on
  • If the furnace is in the attic, ensure no one has unintentionally turned OFF the switch above the furnace. This is common during the Holiday Season
  • If this does not work please call 803-802-8884 to set up a service appointment