HOW IT WORKS
1. VISUAL INSPECTION OF UNITS Check for water leaks, missing screws, rust, unsafe or unusual condition. Inspect all panels and secure as required.
2. AIR COOLED CONDENSERS Check coils to ensure air passes through freely, visual check for refrigerant leaks, brush coils. Note: improper air movement through coils can result in major repairs and will reduce efficiency. Make seasonal adjustments to system as required.
3. ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS Test operation of main disconnect, starter safety controls, switches, relays, contact point and clean if necessary. Check operation and calibration of thermostat. Tighten connections. Read and record all voltages and amperages for all electrical motors.
4. FANS, DRIVES AND MOTORS Lubricate all fans and motor bearings, visually inspect condition of mountings and pullies, inspect drive belts and replace as required, adjust pulley alignment, tighten bolts and screws.
5. COMPRESSOR AND REFRIGERANT CIRCUIT Check for leaks and overall conditions, check for unusual vibration and noise. Install gauges to take necessary reading of operating pressures and levels of refrigerant and oil. Test safety controls and oil heater, tighten all access valves. Read and record all refrigerant pressures. Check all compressor contactors.
6. EVAPORATOR Inspect and replace filters as required. Inspect condition of evaporator coils for refrigerant leaks, check coils to ensure that air passes through freely. Note: improper air through coils will reduce efficiency and may result in major repairs.
7. ELECTRIC REHEAT AND HUMIDIFIER Inspect heating element, record amps, inspect humidifier pad and remove for cleaning. Check control transformer.
8. GAS HEATING Inspect for unsafe condition. Report any cracks or rust on the heat exchanger that will allow gases to enter into the conditioned space. Check the condition of burners, clean any plugged orifices. Test pilot ignition system. Check gas valves, set and record gas pressures. Adjust flame to optimum efficiency.
9. INSPECTION Following each inspection the technician will fill out a report and record any matters which are of concern to the property manager.
10. BELTS AND FILTERS We will be responsible for supplying and installing all filters as needed and for specifying, supplying and installing one set of belts per year.