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What to Expect from a Commercial HVAC Inspection

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Keeping the air conditioning system at your business running consistently is essential for many reasons, from staff comfort to keeping pests at bay. Getting your commercial HVAC unit inspected by a professional air conditioning repair company can keep things in working order. From seeing what might need replacing to performing seasonal maintenance, these inspections can save you time and money while providing peace of mind. Here’s what you can inspect from a professional commercial HVAC inspection. 

Electronics

The air conditioning repair company will start by ensuring that the electronics are working properly. This includes testing the voltage, checking electrical components and connections, and inspecting the quality of the initial installation. All of these tests will help the technician determine whether the system’s parts need to be replaced.

Airflow

Something you may have noticed prior to calling the AC repair company is problematic airflow. When the technician comes in for your inspection, they will check the airflow from every vent. They will also check the thermostat settings and calibration to make sure your unit is reaching the expected temperature. On the technical side, they will test the refrigerant pressure, gas piping, and pump heating and defrost cycle. 

Parts

Every part of the air conditioning system performs an essential function in heating and cooling the environment. Here are a few steps that a technician will take take during a commercial HVAC inspection:

  • Lubricate moving parts
  • Check filter
  • Inspect components
  • Inspect condition of appliances
  • Test safety controls
  • Inspect condensation drain

Why You Need Inspections

The purpose of an HVAC inspection is to check the safety and efficiency of the system. After an inspection, a technician will be able to tell you whether you need to repair or replace your current unit. It’s best to get an inspection at least once a year. However, if you have an older system, it might be worth getting it done twice a year to avoid costly repairs or needing to replace the system prematurely.

Our All Temp team is here to help with your St. Cloud air conditioning repair needs, from inspections and maintenance to 24/7 emergency repairs. Contact us online or give us a call at (407) 857-7800 to schedule an appointment.

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