If something happens to your HVAC system, you have to schedule a repair appointment, there’s just no way around it. But what should you expect during an HVAC repair appointment? You probably have an idea of what’s wrong with your heating and cooling system, but what will an HVAC technician actually do when they arrive?
Well, the answer is both simple and complex. They inspect your system from top to bottom, inside and out. You may have just one particular repair need, but our technicians are going to look at everything. It could be a seemingly unrelated problem that spread and caused the one that you were experiencing.
Our team wants to figure that out and fix the system completely so that you can avoid additional repairs in the future. If you need HVAC repair in Nashville, TN, our team is here to help. We are thorough, friendly, and always ready to listen. You may not be an HVAC expert, but you know way more about your HVAC system than you realize, and your knowledge can help us get it working again properly.
The first step of any HVAC repair appointment is to do a general inspection. We want to look your system over before we get into the details. We consider the cleanliness of both indoor and outdoor components, as well as the overall operating status. We may fiddle with settings if your system is still operational. We want to hear, see, and smell everything that you do, and ask you questions about what you’ve experienced.
Identify The Problem
Next, we want to hone in on what the actual problem is. Once we can identify it, we have an idea of what we need to do next. Our work is still not done when we fix this one problem. As we already said, there may be other factors that go into what’s happening with your HVAC system. You cannot take everything at face value when it comes to HVAC repairs. Our team likes to dig deep and find the true source of the problem.
Our next step is to conduct a thorough cleaning of your entire HVAC system. It’s easy for dust and dirt to get into the system and build up into a grime that impacts how parts can work together to heat or cool your home. After we clean out your system, we can also lubricate parts that may have dried out due to the dust buildup. This cleanup includes your condenser, evaporator, coils, air filters, fans, and both indoor and outdoor cabinets.
The final step of our HVAC repair appointment is to review everything once again and look for places where we can make adjustments. It may be that you have screws and bolts that need to be tightened. Belts may need to be adjusted or replaced, and your refrigerant may need to be charged. If anything is bent, we will straighten it out. If we see any concerns, we will talk to you about them and offer solutions.
Comfort is a must, call the experts you trust. Contact Precision Air, Inc today for your HVAC and indoor air quality needs.