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Mesa, AZ Air Conditioning and Heat Pump Maintenance Efficiency Guide

A Three-Fold HVAC

MAINTENANCE AND PERFORMANCE CHECKLIST

Herein you will find information concerning:

  • Mesa building permits
  • HVAC contractor licensing requirements
  • Air conditioning and heat pump residential maintenance issues
  • The factors most pertinent to effective A/C maintenance
  • Methods to help you reduce your Mesa home cooling expenses
  • Distinctions in types of cooling system maintenance services
  • Responsibilities of the heating and cooling service tech
  • Your personal responsibilities as a Mesa homeowner
  • A three-fold checklist concerning the typical HVAC tune-up process
  • AND More.

As the homeowner, you can perform some of the maintenance processes on your own. However, certain task such as performance tests and airflow measurements normally require the services of a professional Mesa A/C and Heat Pump service company.

Table of Contents

Arizona-Based American Cooling and Heating Presents….          1

Table of Contents   2

HVAC Contractor Licensing In A/C Maintenance, Upgrades and New Installations      3

Purpose of HVAC Permits and Licenses           3

Mesa HVAC Permit Specifics    3

INTRODUCTION 4

Effective A/C Maintenance Promotes Better Home HVAC Equipment Performance  4

Factors Involved – A/C Maintenance in a Nutshell       4

SCOPE of Content 5

1.0) PURPOSE – Basic A/C and Heat Pump Maintenance Processes   5

2.0) FACTORS – Components of Residential HVAC Maintenance     5

3.0) IMPLEMENTATION – System deficiencies, detect and correct  6

MAINTENANCE AND PERFORMANCE CHECKLIST         8

1.0) Air Distribution Components          8

2.0) Temperature Management   8

3.0) System Freeze Up    8

HVAC Contractor Licensing In A/C Maintenance, Upgrades and New Installations

Whether residing in Washington, DC, Charlotte, NC or Mesa, Arizona, every homeowner eventually encounters the concept of construction permits and/or contractor licensing. The necessities of a building permit change from region to region and with accordance to the scope of a given project. However the importance of always working with a properly licensed HVAC contractor will never change. You should accept air conditioning services only from a bonded, insured and licensed Mesa air conditioning professional.

Purpose of HVAC Permits and Licenses

By nature, a building permit is designed to provide reasonable assurances that a home is safe from structural failure, electrical shock, undue health risks, and fire hazards associated with electrical components and home heating and cooling systems. They also help homeowners and city officials ensure that housing contractors have a valid contractor’s license for services within a specific geographical location and for performing a specific work task within that location. Furthermore, permits and evidence of contractor licensing can be useful during the sale or refinancing of a home. In many regions of the nation, prospective lending institutions require proof that existing alterations to the home were performed in compliance with local codes. 

However, not every home improvement or home structural change requires that the homeowner take out a building permit. According to the Mesa-AZ online government resource page, Mesa-related building permits are only required when a structural change or major alternation is performed on an existing building or when any new construction project is undertaken. Each separate process of the construction requires a distinct and separate permit. Examples of processes requiring permits include:

  • Electrical Work
  • Mechanical Work
  • AND Plumbing Work.

Processes that do not require a permit are many, including installing new cabinets, roofing materials, window awnings, and various plumbing activities. However, most of these projects do include exceptions wherein some aspects of such projects may require your contractor to take out a building permit in your behalf.

Mesa HVAC Permit Specifics

When dealing with HVAC equipment in Mesa, no permit is required if your contractor is changing out a unit with a system in the same tonnage. However, permits are required on all new installations. Before signing your contractor make sure you know who will accept the responsibility for obtaining any necessary permits.

INTRODUCTION

Effective A/C Maintenance Promotes Better Home HVAC Equipment Performance

A host of issues affect the cost of home heating and cooling. Adding heavy window drapes, additional attic installation and better sealing the doors are steps that you can use when striving to reduce the cooling load on your home. You can also switch over to more natural cooling processes such as electric fans, open windows, and specialty A/C water cool systems. Simple steps like bumping the thermostat up a few degrees can also reduce the cooling expenses.

System tune-ups and annual scheduled HVAC maintenance helps ensure that your existing equipment is prime-functional for it’s capacity. In older homes with aging air conditioning systems, upgrading to a new energy-efficient heat pump will likely produce a dynamitic decrease in the system’s energy consumption level.

Factors Involved – A/C Maintenance in a Nutshell

All heating and cooling equipment requires a reasonable measure of adjustments, cleaning, monitoring and routine maintenance. To best ensure that your Mesa home air conditioning system endures unto an expected life cycle:

  • Make time for habitual inspections
  • Schedule yearly and semi-annual A/C system tune-ups
  • Make routine maintenance of inside filters and registers your personal task
  • Protect your warranty by rigidly following the original equipment manufacturer’s specifications.

To ensure that your system operates at peek performance and to reduce waste due to loss performance issues, learn and practice the following three principles of HVAC service and maintenance:

  • The essential HVAC service requirements for maintaining a comfortable and healthy indoor environment
  • Service factors that help keep your Mesa home heating and cooling equipment functioning efficiently throughout the expected lifecycle
  • AND the specifics of A/C and Heat Pump service and upkeep unique to the residential community of Mesa, Arizona.

SCOPE of Content

This article takes the form of generic guidance. For exacts concerning your Mesa home air-conditioning system, consult your local HVAC service center. However if you do follow the herein included basic A/C performance checklists, you have a much better chance of keeping your equipment on-par, up to specs, and reasonably reliable through the brutal Mesa summers.

This paper also assumes that your Mesa home HVAC equipment was designed, sized and installed according to industry standards, applicable legal codes, and the associated original equipment manufacturers specifications.

1.0) PURPOSE – Basic A/C and Heat Pump Maintenance Processes

Performing regularly scheduled HVAC system assessments, maintenance, and corrective repairs extends component and system efficiency, advances national efforts to ensure healthy clean air, promotes reduced utility expenses, helps reduce the occurrence of unexpected failures, and promotes longer a longer system life cycle. Furthermore, efficient home air conditioning benefits both the environment and the local homeowner.

2.0) FACTORS – Components of Residential HVAC Maintenance

Although all HVAC contractors approach equipment maintenance and service with some degree of customized exceptions, they must all weigh in with a balance between service types and service intensity. Furthermore, they must also strive to operate within the established standards for reasonable A/C and Heat Pump inspection and maintenance requirements.

Factors that affect the approach and processes associated with servicing air conditioning equipment include:

2.1) Type of Service

  • Clean and Check
  • Seasonal Tune-Up
  • Full Maintenance Services

2.2) Condition of Existing Equipment

2.3) Efficiency and Accuracy of the Original System Installation

2.4) Regional Locations

3.0) IMPLEMENTATION – System deficiencies, detect and correct

Whether performing your own maintenance inspection or working with an HVAC contractor, implementation of the inspection seeks to detect system deficiencies that do or can impair the performance of the system. Once deficiencies are discovered, you must define the actions necessary for correcting the revealed problems.

Typically, you work with a appropriately licensed Mesa HVAC contractor. As such, some of the following responsibilities and components of an A/C maintenance inspection fall upon the contractor and some fall upon the homeowner. Thus we assume that your situation falls within the following normal perimeters:

3.1) Responsibilities specific to the HVAC contractor:  

  • Inspect and evaluate your existing A/C or Heat Pump system according to basic occupant health and safety issues, local Mesa HVAC building codes, manufacturer specifications and warranty regulations, national and local environmental regulations and building codes, and all applicable and reasonable industry service standards
  • Provide the homeowner with documented findings concerning faulty performance issues, a recommendation of corrective requirements, and a fixed cost for completing the recommended repairs.

3.2) Responsibilities Specific to the Homeowner:

  • Listen. Understand.
  • This is your home. You alone must make certain that reasonable HVAC service and maintenance is performed on schedule
  • Use an appropriately bonded, certified, insured and licensed Mesa HVAC contractor
  • Get estimates in writing
  • Follow up to ensure that all discussed corrective services were performed as defined

3.3) Regional Considerations

You live in Mesa, Arizona, a region with unique weather characteristics. In some ways, regional A/C and Heat Pump service guidance differs from other parts of the nation. The inspection must allow for applicable Mesa codes, manufacturer equipment accessories, municipal ordinances, and the distinctive characteristics of your home.

3.4) Choose the Right Mesa Contractor

Legitimate HVAC contractors are bonded, insured and licensed to perform air conditioning maintenance, installation and repair within their chosen region of service. Other points to consider:

  • Is the contractor certified by a legitimate HVAC resource?
  • Are the technicians trained and reliable?
  • Do they have experience with your specific brand of heating and cooling equipment?
  • Do they have ready access to system and subsystem components?
  • Can they demonstrate a reliable service record?

MAINTENANCE AND PERFORMANCE CHECKLIST

1.0) Air Distribution Components

      Task & Recommended Correction

  • Air Filter Particulate Accumulation – Clean or replace filters
  • Integrity – Air Filter Housing – Repair or replace as necessary
  • Diffusers, Grilles and Registers – Clean as needed
  • Accessible Ductwork – Install additional access doors as needed
  • Accumulated moisture – Eliminate leakage. Open drains
  • Biological Growth – Replace as needed. Contract for professional removal
  • Ductwork, including straps, mastics, insulation, joints and seams.  – Repair ductwork, associated insulation, and exterior vapor.                                               

2.0) Temperature Management

Even the best of the best heating and cooling equipment can be overworked.

  • Set thermostats between 73 – 74 degrees
  • Consider installing a programmable thermostat
  • Reduce nighttime cooling to 74-75 degrees

3.0) System Freeze Up

  • Check fuses to confirm that the unit is receiving power
  • Set blower fan to manual to confirm blower functionality
  • Ensure that registers are functional
  • Remove obstructions (furniture, draperies, pets) that block the return vent
  • Trip the fuses and wait several hours for the system to thaw out.

If the problem persists, contact American Cooling and Heating for 24/7 Mesa A/C repair services. Please call: (480) 699-2516 or Visit: http://www.americancoolingandheating.com/ac-service-mesa-az

 

 

Disclaimer:

  1. Any HVAC service should only be performed by a licensed, fully trained, and competent person and/or company.
  2. The contents in this article reflect accumulated data from various sources. ACH cannot and does not accept any legal responsibility to any person in respect of anything or the consequences of any reader responses, actions or lack of actions associated with reliance upon the whole or any part of this article and its content. All trademarks, logos, and associated content displayed are the property of their respective owners.

Gilbert Heating and Air Conditioning Guide For Efficient AC / Heat Pump Maintenance

Getting the Most Our of Your Air Conditioning System

In the early 1920s, American homeowners had no concept of mechanical home air conditioning equipment. But by the late 1920s, a new beginning was in motion: manufactured cooling became a home reality. Yet from the perspective of a tired and sweaty household, HVAC progress moved extremely slowly. In fact, widespread household availability to efficient A/C equipment dates back a mere thirty years.

Tough isn’t it, and difficult to imagine. How did the old folks endure the hot and humid Gilbert summers without the comfort of indoor cooling systems?

But times change. Today, central air conditioning condensing units and/or air-source heat pumps provide daily relief throughout the world, including those homes that undergo the ever-increasing temperatures of the American mid-west.   

Proper A/C and Heat Pump Maintenance Reduces Cooling Costs

Many factors affect the cost of home cooling. From components that decrease the cooling load on your house to the introduction of alternative cooling processes such as installed fans and natural ventilation every change can induce new savings. But if you have an older home with an older air conditioning system, investing in a new energy-efficient heat pump may be your best option for reducing energy consumption.

In this paper we will talk about achieving maximum system efficiency via rightly applied A/C maintenance, upkeep, and performance tune-ups.

In the following pages, you will learn:

  • About the factors affecting maintenance of residential Gilbert HVAC systems
  • Distinctions in types of cooling system maintenance services
  • Process that require professional help
  • Responsibilities of the homeowner.

INTRODUCTION

All mechanical equipment requires monitoring, routine cleaning, occasional adjustments, and eventual repair or replacement of individual and/or group components. The best assurance that HVAC equipment will endure for the expected life cycle is simple:

  • Schedule regular inspections
  • Calendar for yearly system tune-ups
  • Perform routine maintenance
  • Follow the original equipment manufacturer’s specifications.

Along with defining the above services, this text examines the following three primary components associated with heating and cooling maintenance services:

  • The essential HVAC service requirements for maintaining a comfortable and healthy indoor environment
  • Service factors that help keep your Gilbert home heating and cooling equipment functioning efficiently throughout the expected lifecycle
  • AND the specifics of A/C and Heat Pump service and upkeep unique to the residential community of Gilbert, Arizona.

Herein you will find various inspection checklists and recommended corrective actions essential to reasonable residential HVAC maintenance issues. Some of the processes, such as performance tests and airflow measurements, typically require professional A/C and Heat Pump service techs. Others inspections can be accomplished with a minimum of visual attention to common factors, and can be performed by an unassisted Gilbert homeowner.

SCOPE OF CONTENT

The basic approach herein assumes generic guidance, and must be treated as such. However, following these basic checklists can help you get your home HVAC equipment up to a standard for reasonable and reliable service.

The enclosed checklists, testing procedures, recommended corrective processes, and

This paper also assumes that your Gilbert home HVAC equipment was designed, sized and installed according to industry standards, applicable legal codes, and the associated original equipment manufacturers specifications.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION_ 2

SCOPE of Content 2

TABLE OF CONTENTS_ 3

1.0) PURPOSE – Define basic air conditioning and heat pump service procedures  4

2.0) FACTORS – That Affect Maintenance of Residential HVAC Systems 4

2.1) Type of Service 4

2.2) Condition of Existing Equipment 4

2.3) Efficiency and Accuracy of the Original System Installation_ 4

2.4) Regional Locations 4

3.0) IMPLEMENTATION – System deficiencies, detect and correct 4

3.1) Responsibilities specific to the HVAC contractor: 4

3.2) Responsibilities Specific to the Homeowner: 5

3.3) Regional Considerations 5

3.4) Choose the Right Gilbert Contractor 5

MAINTENANCE AND PERFORMANCE CHECKLIST_ 6

1.0) Air Distribution Components Checklist 6

2.0) Temperature Management Checklist 6

3.0) System Freeze Up Checklist 6

1.0) PURPOSE – Define basic air conditioning and heat pump service procedures

Performing regularly scheduled HVAC system assessments, maintenance, and corrective repairs extends component and system efficiency, advances national efforts to ensure healthy clean air, promotes reduced utility expenses, helps reduce the occurrence of unexpected failures, and promotes longer a longer system life cycle. Furthermore, efficient home air conditioning benefits both the environment and the local homeowner.

2.0) FACTORS – That Affect Maintenance of Residential HVAC Systems

Although all HVAC contractors approach equipment maintenance and service with some degree of customized exceptions, they must all weigh in with a balance between service types and service intensity. Furthermore, they must also strive to operate within the established standards for reasonable A/C and Heat Pump inspection and maintenance requirements.

Factors that affect the approach and processes associated with servicing air conditioning equipment include:

2.1) Type of Service
  • Clean and Check
  • Seasonal Tune-Up
  • Full Maintenance Services
2.2) Condition of Existing Equipment
2.3) Efficiency and Accuracy of the Original System Installation
2.4) Regional Locations
3.0) IMPLEMENTATION – System deficiencies, detect and correct

Whether performing your own maintenance inspection or working with an HVAC contractor, implementation of the inspection seeks to detect system deficiencies that do or can impair the performance of the system. Once deficiencies are discovered, you must define the actions necessary for correcting the revealed problems.

Typically, you work with a appropriately licensed Gilbert HVAC contractor. As such, some of the following responsibilities and components of an A/C maintenance inspection fall upon the contractor and some fall upon the homeowner. Thus we assume that your situation falls within the following normal perimeters:

3.1) Responsibilities specific to the HVAC contractor:  
  • Inspect and evaluate your existing A/C or Heat Pump system according to basic occupant health and safety issues, local Gilbert HVAC building codes, manufacturer specifications and warranty regulations, national and local environmental regulations and building codes, and all applicable and reasonable industry service standards
  • Provide the homeowner with documented findings concerning faulty performance issues, a recommendation of corrective requirements, and a fixed cost for completing the recommended repairs.
3.2) Responsibilities Specific to the Homeowner:
  • Listen. Understand.
  • This is your home. You alone must make certain that reasonable HVAC service and maintenance is performed on schedule
  • Use an appropriately bonded, certified, insured and licensed Gilbert HVAC contractor
  • Get estimates in writing
  • Follow up to ensure that all discussed corrective services were performed as defined
3.3) Regional Considerations

You live in Gilbert, Arizona, a region with unique weather characteristics. In some ways, regional A/C and Heat Pump service guidance differs from other parts of the nation. The inspection must allow for applicable Gilbert codes, manufacturer equipment accessories, municipal ordinances, and the distinctive characteristics of your home.

3.4) Choose the Right Gilbert Contractor

Legitimate HVAC contractors are bonded, insured and licensed to perform air conditioning maintenance, installation and repair within their chosen region of service. Other points to consider:

  • Is the contractor certified by a legitimate HVAC resource?
  • Are the technicians trained and reliable?
  • Do they have experience with your specific brand of heating and cooling equipment?
  • Do they have ready access to system and subsystem components?
  • Can they demonstrate a reliable service record?

MAINTENANCE AND PERFORMANCE CHECKLIST

1.0) Air Distribution Components Checklist

Task and Recommended Correction

  • Air Filter Particulate Accumulation – Clean or replace filters
  • Integrity – Air Filter Housing – Repair or replace as necessary
  • Diffusers, Grilles and Registers – Clean as needed
  • Accessible Ductwork – Install additional access doors as                                                                    
  • Accumulated moisture – Eliminate leakage. Open drains
  • Biological Growth – Clean or Replace as needed. Contract for professional removal
  • Ductwork, including straps, mastics, insulation, joints and seams – Repair ductwork, associated insulation, and exterior vapor retarders.                                                                               .                                                                                     
2.0) Temperature Management Checklist

Even the best of the best heating and cooling equipment can be overworked.

  • Set thermostats between 77-79 degrees
  • Consider installing a programmable thermostat
  • Increase nighttime cooling to 78-80 degrees
  • Health conditions or certain equipment may require different settings
3.0) System Freeze Up Checklist
  • Check fuses to confirm that the unit is receiving power
  • Set blower fan to manual to confirm blower functionality
  • Ensure that registers are functional
  • Remove obstructions (furniture, draperies, pets) that block the return vent
  • Trip the fuses and wait several hours for the system to thaw out.

For proper A/C or Heat Pump System maintenance or if a problem persists, contact American Cooling And Heating for all of your Gilbert A/C Services at: (480) 699-2516 or visit: http://www.americancoolingandheating.com/ac-service-gilbert-az

 

Disclaimer:

  1. Any HVAC service should only be performed by a licensed, fully trained, and competent person and/or company.
  2. The contents in this article reflect accumulated data from various sources. ACH cannot and does not accept any legal responsibility to any person in respect of anything or the consequences of any reader responses, actions or lack of actions associated with reliance upon the whole or any part of this article and its content. All trademarks, logos, and associated content displayed are the property of their respective owners.

ACH Presents – Searching For the Right Gilbert HVAC Contractor

Gilbert Arizona – At Val Vista Lakes Looking East At The Superstition Mountains

Gilbert, Arizona, a town of exciting and vibrant residents. According to recent reports by Mayor John Lewis, Gilbert, AZ has been identified among the best of best regions in America for city safety. Furthermore, this little region of Arizona paradise boasts a 200 thousand plus population served by a series of A-rated schools, a dynamic economic environment, and, in the words of the Mayor, “the lowest local tax burden of any municipality across Arizona. (1)”

From South East Gilbert looking south, residents can see the crest of San Tan Mountains. For those who live along Val Vista Lakes, a look to the south reveals a hint of mystery from the Superstition Mountains. But some folks just like to keep their eyes turned local. For them, a visit to the Gilbert Riparian preserve makes a wonderful spring outing.

In this country, residents can view tractors and orange groves on one morning and by afternoon they can stop by to see town hall and cacti. Or perhaps just enjoy an extended northern view of beautiful homes and open space living. And there is, for the out-of-towners who think Arizona has no greenery, the Farm-Merced.

Gilbert residents also enjoy:

  • An exceptional quality of community involvement
  • Remarkable personal security – Gilbert ranks 2nd Safest city in the U.S
  • Seven hundred acres of recreational open space
  • 8 million square feet of retail activity
  • Aggressive options for daily and weekend entertainment and gathering activities
  • A broad selection of Town sponsored festivals and marathons
  • And some of the finest homes within the Greater Phoenix area.

But whether you live in a Gilbert urban condo or a countryside homestead, home cooling must be considered a constant in your Arizona plans for comfortable living. This paper is designed to help you find the right Gilbert HVAC contractor for your personal needs.

Locating a Gilbert A/C or Heat Pump Service Center – Things To Remember

Keeping your Gilbert home comfortable, safe and healthy demands quality A/C and/or Heat Pump installation and services. From thermostat to exterior condensing units and everything HVAC that comes between, effective home air conditioning must function as a single, well-designed heating and cooling configuration

Personal home comfort is more than an installed air conditioning system. Cooling comfort that comes up short is nearly as bad as a cooling system that depends on electric fans, ice pails and open windows. The right Gilbert HVAC contractor knows how to make sure your home temperature management system rightly fits the unique environment, layout, and features of your home.

When seeking a professional A/C crew, you want people who offer products and solutions that meet:

  • Reasonable installation pricing
  • Long-term performance expectations
  • Personal comfort requirements
  • Simplicity in operations
  • Product quality assurance
  • Evidence of workmanship superiority in service, installation and maintenance
  • Manufacturer specific requirements for superior product performance
  • AND Remote management goals.

Save time and money. Living in Gilbert can be fun, relaxing, and comfortable. But if the A/C crashes, it sometimes seems as though the air in your home has turned into an enemy agent. When this happens, you need access to skilled heating and cooling experts that arrive quickly, ready for action, and already equipped with the parts that will get you running ASAP.

And in the event that time has vanquished your existing heat pump or air conditioning condensing system, you need access to an honest, reputable, and efficient Gilbert HVAC contractor capable of acting in your best interest via connections with all major heating and cooling equipment manufacturers.

Checklist of Vital Requirements For Reliable Gilbert Home Cooling

  • Are your phone calls and emails answered quickly?
  • Is the prospective HVAC contractor listed with the Gilbert or regional Phoenix Better Business Bureau?
  • Are the employees and techs drug tested and background checked?
  • Is the company bonded, licensed and insured to provide service on regional Gilbert homes?
  • Can the prospective contractor provide evidence of long-term activity in the HVAC service industry?
  • Do online and paper-based testimonials evidence the reliability, good faith, and customer assurance of a trusted Gilbert A/C contractor?
  • Do the company’s Heat Pump or Air Conditioning services and/or installation correspond to the website and personal promises given to prospective customers? Hint… Look for unresolved complaints at the local BBB page.
  • Do they offer “FREE” estimates?
  • What was the initial contact response time – a 24/7 promise should be reflected from the get-go?
  • Did the contractor spend time inspecting and assessing your current system, your home environment, and your personal expectations, restrictions and financial limitations?
  • Did the HVAC contractor provide a written, itemized estimate of the required parts and services?
  • Did the quote include a “Best Price Guarantee?”
  • Does the prospective A/C contractor carry an extensive line of brand name products?
  • Can the prospective HVAC Service Center present you with documentation that evidences the projected cost savings typically associated with installing new Energy Star qualified cooling and heating equipment?
  • Are the company representatives courteous, friendly, and up-front with information?
  • Did the contractor request up-front payment? If so, choose another.
  • What are the specifics of their guarantees: parts, parts only, workmanship, or parts and workmanship?

Apply this guide with diligent care. Pay attention to each step. It will help you locate a Gilbert HVAC contractor who is best suited for your location and specific household cooling requirements – and it may even help you save money on your next heating and cooling electric bill.

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