Preventative HVAC Maintenance

Perhaps you have concluded that you could purchase a new HVAC unit for the amount of money you have spent on repairs. While this may be true, there is a way to preserve your next HVAC unit. By contacting Central Kentucky HVAC to handle the maintenance of your HVAC unit, you can keep it for longer. Preventative maintenance enables us to keep your system operating most efficiently. If you have something that you consider to be an investment, surely you will do whatever you can to take care of it. It is no different with your HVAC unit. By having pre-season maintenance performed, you won’t need as many repairs.

Routine HVAC Maintenance

When you rely on our certified HVAC technicians, they will begin their service call by making a thorough examination of your entire unit. Some parts of your unit may need more attention than some of the other parts. These are the ones that we will usually inspect first. Due to the amount of experience and training that our technicians have received, it is easy for them to identify potential problems and make needed repairs before it turns into an expensive issue. We usually perform routine maintenance before the summer and winter seasons.

Routine HVAC Maintenance

Prolonging Your HVAC Unit

The best way for you to extend the life of your HVAC unit is by making sure you have scheduled maintenance performed. When we address your maintenance needs, we will repair, replace, and clean any parts that require it. Just this simple process will enable you to prolong the life of your HVAC unit. You might conclude that this is something that you can do yourself, but if you don’t know where the parts of the unit are located, it can be difficult for you to handle the maintenance of your HVAC unit effectively.

Routine HVAC Maintenance

HVAC System Services

If you want to know what our standard process is for servicing your HVAC unit, it is as follows:

Furnace Maintenance

  1. Clean air filters
  2. Calibrate and level the thermostat
  3. Carbon monoxide testing
  4. Test safety and control circuits
  5. Test exhaust system
  6. Combustible material and furnace inspection
  7. Test safety & control circuits

Cooling Maintenance

  1. Inspect wiring connections
  2. Remove debris
  3. Clean condenser coils
  4. Inspect ductwork
  5. Inspect wiring connections
  6. Monitor compressor amperage and volt draw
  7. Inspect fan blade

This is only a partial list that we have designed to help customers see all that is involved in properly maintaining their unit. How our technicians choose to handle the maintenance needs of our customers will vary.

Prolonging Your HVAC Unit

The best way for you to extend the life of your HVAC unit is by making sure you have scheduled maintenance performed. When we address your maintenance needs, we will repair, replace, and clean any parts that require it. Just this simple process will enable you to prolong the life of your HVAC unit. You might conclude that this is something that you can do yourself, but if you don’t know where the parts of the unit are located, it can be difficult for you to handle the maintenance of your unit effectively.

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