Homeowners can pay between $4,500 and $8,500 for central air conditioning. The final cost will depend on the unit, additional installation items such as ductwork and the professional's installation rates. Here are some additional factors that will determine the kind of system you will need, as well as its price.
26- Point Preventive Maintenance Procedure
Ensure that your heating and cooling system is running the way it should – no need to worry about the comfort in your Orlando area home. Leave it to One Stop Heating and Cooling to ensure that your HVAC system is operating optimally, year round.
Try an air conditioning and heating system tune-up before you decide to replace. It could save you thousands of dollars!
But not just an ordinary tune-up — a complete system rejuvenation.
The checklist below outlines everything our technicians do to make sure you get the best value possible for your dollar.
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16- Check and record amperage on compressor
17- Check and record amperage on fan motor
18- Check and record contactor condition and volt drop
19- Check and record run capacitor reading under load
20- Check and record refrigerant charge, Subcool and Superheat
21- Check defrost operation
22- Remove all debris from interior of outdoor unit
23- Inspect all wiring in the unit
24- Secure all electrical connections
25- Rinse outdoor coil
26- Re-check return and supply air temperatures
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INDOOR UNIT SERVICE
1- Measure and record return and supply air temperatures
2- Clean accessible return air grilles
3- Check and record blower motor amperage
4- Check air filter (replace if customer supplies)
5- Inspect all wiring in the unit
6- Secure all wiring connections
7- Check evaporator coil condition
8- Check drain pan condition
9- Check cabinet interior condition
10- Check and record electric heat amperage
11- Pull blower housing, inspect heater and supply plenum
12- Rinse evaporator with self-rinse cleaner in place
13- Clean condensate line with nitrogen and vacuum
14- Check float switch operation if available
15- Wipe clean exterior of cabinet