Maintenance


Don't wait for problems before you call. Preventative Maintenance can help keep your air conditioning system running in top condition for a lot less than repairs or a new system. Maintenance involves checking your system, repairing any leak, cleaning the coils, and changing the filters. We can help you spot problems before they become apparent and begin to affect the quality of the air your unit is putting out. Schedule a yearly preventative maintenance to help extend the life of your HVAC system. A well maintained unit can be more efficient for 95% of it's lifetime, compared to a poorly maintained unit, which can die out in half it's lifetime, so a well maintained unit is a good, long lasting unit.


Don't wait for problems before you call. Preventative Maintenance can help keep your air conditioning system and HVAC running in top condition for a lot less than repairs or a new system. Maintenance involves checking your system, repairing any leak, cleaning the coils, and changing the filters. We can help you spot problems before they become apparent and begin to affect the quality of the air your unit is putting out. Schedule a yearly preventative maintenance to help extend the life of your HVAC system. It is important to have a maintenance check every 6 months which makes sure everything is up and running right before the summer heats becomes unbearable for you and your family.


Maintenance to your unit and system is like medicine for a human. It's better to maintain the health of your unit before anything malfunctions.

 

Part of the THT Mechanical maintenance offers a 28 point inspection in order to diagnose any upcoming or current issues. Our inspection consists of the following:


  • Checking and maintaining the thermostat

  • Checking and maintaining air filters

  • Take return air temperature

  • Take supply air temperature

  • Take and check amp draw of condenser motor

  • Checking and maintaining condenser fan blades and hubs

  • Inspect compressor

  • Take and check amp draw of compressor

  • Checking and maintaining heat pump’s operation of reversing valve

  • Inspect the control board

  • Inspect compressor contactor

  • Load test on capacitor

  • Checking and maintaining start device

  • Checking and maintaining all fuses

  • Checking and maintaining and Take refrigerant temp

  • Checking and maintaining super heat

  • Checking and maintaining sub-cooling

  • Inspect indoor coil

  • Inspect outdoor coil

  • Inspect refrigerant line and arm flex

  • Take amp draw of indoor fan motor

  • Inspect blower wheel

  • Inspect duct system

  • Inspect air handler and furnace levels and support

  • Check and flush drain line

  • Inspect evaporator coil

  • Check drain pan

  • Checking and maintaining the system for proper code installation