We provide year peace of mind by making sure your heat pump is properly maintained. If anything should go wrong you know we are here and ready to help.
All Protection Plans Cover Yearly Inspections Including:
Outdoor Unit Inspection
Inspect component wiring for damaged, loose, or worn connections.
Confirm and record proper voltage and amperage draw on outdoor unit.
Check cleanliness and condition of outdoor fan blades. Inspect fan assemblies.
Inspect base pan drains for debris and clean as necessary.
Inspect refrigerant lines on unit for signs of chafing.
Test run capacitor
Inspect contactor for pitting or burn marks.
Check outdoor fan motor for worn bearings/bushings.
Inspect outdoor coils and note coil condition for signs of leakage or corrosion.
Indoor Unit (air handler) Inspection
Inspect component wiring for loose, worn or damaged connections.
Confirm proper voltage and amperage on indoor unit.
Inspect filters in indoor unit and advise homeowner of their filter change responsibility.
Check the cleanliness of indoor blower and clean if necessary.
Inspect the evaporator drain pans and condensate drains for rust, debris, obstructions, leaks or cracks. Pour water in pans to confirm proper drainage from the pan through to the outlet of the pipe. Clean as necessary.
Inspect evaporator coil.
Inspect insulation on the refrigerant lines.
Check for bearing/bushing wear on indoor blower motor.
General Systems Operating Test
Perform a general system operating test. Heat pump to be cycled in all modes to verify actual system operation when permissible by weather.
Check, verify and adjust defrost and balance point temperature settings.
Ensure defrost temperature settings are set to 70 degrees F as a minimum and/or to automatic as per specific defrost capabilities. Do not set low balance point on add on systems to below -9 C without explaining potential for exceeding temperature droop and reduced comfort levels.
Check for unusual noises or odors.
Measure indoor/outdoor temperatures and system pressures.
Monitor system operation to verify refrigerant levels are charged correctly for air flow rates.
Verify that system total static pressure and airflow settings meet specific operating parameters.
Verify temperature change across indoor coil.
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Halifax Heating Residential
Over 40 years of experience providing quality service and installation of heat pumps in the Halifax area. Our goal is to improve your comfort!