AC Inspection & Preventative Care
Why Proactive Yearly AC Inspection Is Needed:
As temperatures in the greater Phoenix area climb well into the 100’s each summer, turning on your air conditioner is not just a luxury, it’s a necessity.
Here at Ground Zero Plumbing & AC LLC, we want to make sure that when you need that cold air, that’s exactly what you get. Preventative maintenance can keep your central air condition system running smoothly; it can also prolong the life of your HVAC system through the hot summers and chilly winters.
Proactive, preventative care such as tune-ups or inspections can help you maintain and prolong the life of your equipment. A tune-up can easily identify malfunctioning equipment and save you from emergency repairs.
At Ground Zero Plumbing & AC LLC, you have access to the friendly staff and a team of knowledgeable and reliable technicians 24 hours a day, 7 days a week including all weekends and Holidays. We offer Home Protection Maintenance Plans with discounted service and priority scheduling as well as competitive pricing on all our services and installations. Whether you’re in need of a simple repair or designing a completely new home comfort system, Ground Zero is the company for you.
Ground Zero Plumbing & AC employees strive to provide a seamless customer experience from start to finish with the highest level of service. That means always answering our phone 365 days a year, 24 hours a day. Emergencies don’t take a day off and neither do we! We vow to be there for you when you need us, so call today to schedule your preventative maintenance/AC Inspection.
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“Neglecting necessary maintenance ensures a steady decline in air conditioning performance while energy use steadily increases.”
AC INSPECTION & HERO CLUB
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Hero Club Members receive the following:
- 15% Discount On All Services & Installations
- 1 Yearly AC Inspection
- 1 Yearly Heat Inspection
- 1 Yearly Plumbing Inspection
Ground Zero’s AC Inspection:
- Thermostat– Analysis of the thermostat to confirm its accuracy and functionality
- Plenum– Check Plenum carefully for faulty components and replace pan gasket if necessary
- Air Ducts: Flow– Attain proper air flow by clearing out any obstructions such as dirt, debris or pet dander
- Air Ducts: Leaks– Ensure the efficiency of the heating system by making sure there are no air leaks in the ducts
- Drain Pan – Inspect condensation drain pan making sure water level is not indicative of water pooling or leaking
- Condensate Drain– Ensure proper drainage by inspecting the condensation drain and clearing out any blockages or clogs
- Indoor Blower Motor– Inspect blower motor carefully to ensure it is operating correctly according to manufacturer specifications
- Run Capacitor– Verify that the electrical charge being held by the blower motor run capacitor is accurate and it is running properly
- Blower Wheel– Ensure the wheel is being powered correctly by the blower motor and the belts are in good working condition
- Air Flow– Perform a test to measure and determine the velocity at which air is traveling through the ventilation system
- Safeties– All safety components are analyzed and tested to ensure they are working properly and showing no signs of breakdowns
- Electrical Wiring– Check for any incorrect or faulty wiring within the unit. Additional tests are done cross-checking the model number with known issues specific to that unit
- Operation– Analyze and conclude that the unit is working safely and efficiently according to manufacturer specifications
- Compressor Contractor– Ensure that the compressor contractor is integrated with all of its related components correctly and everything is running efficiently
- Relays– Verify that units relay switch is operational and working correctly
- Run Capacitors– Test the motors that are attached to the run capacitors to ensure that they are in good working order
- Starting Components– Check to ensure that the starting components are functioning properly in their correct sequence
- Refrigerant Pressures– Verify that the suction line has the correct amount of pressure in order to work efficiently
- Condenser Motor– Confirm that the condenser motor is operating at an efficient speed and voltage
- Tubes & Panels– Verify that there is proper insulation within the heaters tubes and panels
- Efficiency– Calculate the rate at which the heater is operating to ensure its efficiency is within manufacturer specifications