Mini-Split Inspection in Baltimore, Lutherville-Timonium, Ellicott City, MD and the Surrounding Areas
What Happens During a Mini-Split Inspection?
Mini-split inspection in Baltimore, Lutherville-Timonium, Ellicott City, MD and the surrounding areas is the smartest way to keep your HVAC system happy and running perfectly. But since many of our clients usually ask us what will happen during an inspection. We’ve decided to list here a few of the things that our technicians do.
The Mini-Split Inspection Rundown
- Checking the filters – most mini-splits come with mesh filters that are designed to catch all sort of pollutants such as dirt or debris that could harm the unit itself. However, in time and with a lot of usage, those mesh filters can get clogged. If that happens, the airflow can slow down.
As a result, the mini-split will have to work harder to provide the same amount of air it used to when it was clean.
- Examine the refrigerant levels – its main purpose is to cool the coils of the evaporator after it has passed through the pipes. If that happens in a correct manner, the heat will be transferred to the outside.
But when the unit is low on refrigerant, the coils will never get cold enough to cool off the air. It might mean that the unit is leaking through which refrigerant is now escaping.
- Take a look at the condenser unit – this part of the mini-split needs to be cleaned of gunk, debris, fallen leaves or even snow that might be hindering it. All this dirt could affect its cooling process.
- Inspect the evaporator coils – part of the unit which retains the cold temperature needed to cool off the air. But if there is any debris on its surface, it will insulate it, not allowing the cooling to actually happen.
The technicians at SuperTech are waiting for you to schedule your annual mini-split inspection any time you feel comfortable. Reach out to us using the contact information you can see at the top of the page!