HVAC Status Checklists for New Homeowners
--Is your airflow poor/weak?
--Does your thermostat trigger the furnace/AC when you turn it on?
--Does your furnace blow cold air?
--Does your AC blow warm/hot air?
--Is the blower wheel covered in debris?
If you answered "yes" to any of these, it could mean a variety of issues:
--Dirty or corroded flame sensor
--Poor circuit motor
--Improper sized ducts
--Poor induced draft motor...
Or more. One of the things you can try doing on your own is checking the air filters to see if they're clean. If they are, scheduling an inspection could be a good idea: Learn more here: http://bardi.com/blog/new-homeowners-can-determine-status-hvac-systems/
John White on May 01, 2018
When it's comes to your comfort and safety then, you should check everything before going for its installation and uses. No matter whether you are going to install HVAC system or any other mechanical equipment.. For your comfort and safety, here are some of the useful tips that you should follow;
- Check the thermostat of the HVAC machine.
- Check chimney base
- Check thermocouple
- Clean burners
- Check furnace filters
- Check safety devices
- Check hear anticipators
- Check limit control
- Inspect combustion chamber
- Check blower wheel
- Check blower motor and lube
- Check furnace wiring
- Check gas valve operation
- Test gas leaks
- Check humidifier
- Must check electrical connections
- Inspect heat exchanger for leaks
- Check and secure all panels
- Check condensate hoses
- Request for furnace repair
John White on Jun 18, 2018
If you are a home owner then you should also check some of the things when you are going to install a new HVAC unit for your home. Here are some of the points that you should check
- Understand the parts of your system
- Check the efficiency of your HVAC unit
- Save money while purchasing a new system
To know more about it then you should follow this : http://blog.whitemechanical.com/what-to-expect-from-a-new-hvac-unit-installation-cost/