Professional HVAC Maintenance Services

Professional HVAC Maintenance Services

Ensuring that all equipment is functional and serviced on time can mean the difference between Air Conditioning success and operational failure. Royal Air and Heating offers proven solutions that WILL keep you cool, prevent loss of household or business inventory. Not to mention that preventative maintenance can also keep you breathing healthier air!

 

 

Examples of HVAC maintenance services:

 

Inspect and replace HVAC air filters

 

 

Starting with basic maintenance your HVAC equipment is to regularly change your air filters. A clogged and dirty air filter not only blocks normal airflow, but requires more energy to continue operating, which will increase your electric bill.

A dirty air filter can turn into a health hazard for those with allergies or asthma.

What’s more is your HVAC system will have a shorter life span since it is working harder to maintain airflow.

 

Fans and Motor Bearings

All moving parts in your HVAC system require regular lubrication to minimize friction that causes wear and tear.

Higher levels of friction leads to the parts working harder increasing energy use while also wearing down the part.

Testing refrigerant operating pressures & visually check for refrigerant leaks

Maintaining a consistent level of refrigerant is crucial to the proper operation of any HVAC system. If a system is missing refrigerant while the unit is running, the compressor will get damaged which is not inexpensive to repair!

Cleaning drain lines using CO2, & Supply pan with acid tablets

Many HVAC service calls we receive are for leaking Air Conditioning units. The main reason a unit leaks is due to a clogged drain line. A professional HVAC contractor will put acid tablets in your drain pan to help reduce the future buildup of dirt,soot, & mold. Don’t let something as simple as standard HVAC maintenance be the reason your ceiling comes caving down due to a water leak. Prevent these issues before they occur.

Inspect Supply & Return Temperature

The best way to assure a client that an HVAC unit is operating correctly is to show the temperature difference between the air being sucked in versus the cold air being distributed.