Tips when having a technician check your system

As much as half of the energy used in your home goes toward heating and cooling, so when it comes to saving on your utility bills, a great place to start is by looking at ways to reduce energy demand from your heating and cooling system.

In addition to replacing old, inefficient equipment before it fails, Perry provides the following tips, tools and calculators to help you make energy saving solutions.

Tips when having a technician check your system

Postby Service » Tue Mar 13, 2012 9:36 am

Be sure that the technician:
Checks for the correct amount of refrigerant and test for refrigerant leaks.
Capture any refrigerant that must be evacuated from the system.
Check for and seal duct leakage in central systems.
Measure air flow through the evaporator coil.
Check the accuracy of the thermostat.
Verify the correct electric control sequence and make sure that the heating system and cooling system cannot operate simultaneously.
Inspect electric terminals, clean and tighten connections, and apply a non-conductive coating if necessary.
Oil motors and check belts for tightness and wear.
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