Heat Pump Inspection in Baltimore, Lutherville-Timonium, Ellicott City, MD and the Surrounding Areas
Heat Pump Inspection Service in Baltimore, Lutherville-Timonium, Ellicott City, Columbia, Glen Burnie, Bowie, Towson, Dundalk, Catonsville, Laurel, Woodlawn, Nottingham, Randallstown, Abington, Essex, MD and Surrounding Areas.
Heat pump inspection in Baltimore, Lutherville-Timonium, Ellicott City, MD and the surrounding areas for residential and commercial spaces is just one of the many services that we are specialized in here at SuperTech. And, since we are aware that it’s important for you to know all the details of the process, we’ve put together a list that answers all your questions.
What Happens During a Heat Pump Inspection?
- An inspection of the air filter
Our HVAC technician inspects the air filter and, depending of the state it’s in, decides whether he should replace it or not. He may also simply clean it.
- An inspection of the electrical wires
The electrical wires need to be checked to make sure there is a tight connection. If the connection is loose, that can lead to the wires overheating or even burning.
- Inspect the indoor coil for cleanliness
The indoor coils, as well as the drain pan, need to be spotless to work in perfect condition according to the manufacturer’s specifications. The technician will check to see if these standards are met.
- Check the condensing fan motor
While working on the outdoor unit, an HVAC technician will see if the condensing fan motor is operating properly and if it is balanced correctly. Depending on his assessments, he will take actions accordingly.
- The temperature sensors
It is also his job to ensure the temperature sensors located outside are still in their rightful location. If not, he must see to it. Also, he must identify the cause of the shift and inform you of it.
- Assessing the thermostat
The heat pump inspection must also have a thermostat checkup. The technician has to verify and see if all the connections on the sub-base of the thermostat are tight. He must also check if this component of your heat pump is level.
A heat pump inspection will provide you with a lot of peace of mind as long as it is performed by a specialist. Call us at (443)219-7798 and we’ll take care of everything for you!