Proactive, preventative care such as heating tune-ups or heating 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 heating repairs. Ground Zero Plumbing & HVAC employees strive to provide the highest level of service from start to finish. 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! Call today to schedule your preventative maintenance/heating Inspection.
As part of routine heating inspection, we will first take a look at your thermostat to confirm its accuracy and functionality. We’ll check the Plenum in your home for any faulty components affecting air circulation and replace any necessary pieces. Your air ducts are necessary to regulate airflow and any leaks detected can hinder the heater’s ability to properly run. Ground Zero will look for obstructions blocking the ducts from providing air or heating. This will help us test out the airflow later on to determine the velocity of air traveling through the heating system, therefore ensuring the entire system’s efficiency.
Our team will look other mechanical areas of your HVAC system. This includes the drain pan to ensure the water level does not indicate any pooling or leaking. This will help determine proper drainage and if we’ll need to clear out any blockages or clogs. We’ll inspect the indoor blower motor to ensure it is up to manufacturer specifications. That the electrical charge is helping the run capacitor properly. These will help the blower wheel to power correctly and that the belts are in working condition.
As all the pieces come together, we’ll take a look to see if all safety components are analyzed. Ensure they are working properly without showing any signs of breakdowns. Electrical wiring is essential as any faulty wiring can cause hazards in your heating system and hinder its operation abilities. As our team wires up the final pieces of your system, we’ll inspect the compressor contractor. We’ll make sure that it is integrated with all related components and that the relay switch is operational. We will check to ensure that the starting components are functioning properly in their correct sequence.