Your best defense against Heating, Ventilation, and Cooling unit issues is to have an inspection done, as well as regular maintenance at least once a year.  We offer a variety of services to fit not only your lifestyle, but also your budge, which can be found on our Services Offered page.

At Taylormade Heat and Air, we pride ourselves in having the distinction of being a Trane Comfort Specialist, as well as a NATE Certified company. As we inspect your home, we are trained to identify any trouble-spots to help ensure there aren’t any surprises as the seasons change. This saves you time and money in the long run, as it’s easier to maintain and repair parts as needed, versus replace a whole system that was left alone and unable to defend itself against all the elements.

Your TaylorMade 20-Point inspection for Heating and/or Air Conditioning Units includes:

  1. Visually inspect installation quality of HVAC equipment
  2. Visually inspect for burned or damaged wires
  3. Visually inspect for broken or uphill running drain lines
  4. Visually inspect HVAC equipment covers for proper attachment
  5. Visually inspect drain pan(s) for rust/debris
  6. Visually inspect refrigeration and drain line insulation
  7. Visually inspect HVAC location for debris around equipment
  8. Visually inspect flue pipe for proper ventilation
  9. Visually inspect equipment for any missing or misplaced screws
  10. Visually inspect service disconnects for proper location and function
  11. Visually inspect low voltage wiring for any damage
  12. Visually inspect heat exchanger for any cracks or leaks
  13. Visually inspect air vents for any dust or particulate accumulation
  14. Visually inspect electrical connections for any improper or damaged connections
  15. Visually inspect for dust accumulation on blower wheel/motor (inspect belt tension)
  16. Visually inspect balance of condenser fan blade
  17. Visually inspect vent clearances
  18. Visually inspect equipment for correct match on multi-part systems
  19. Visually inspect equipment for any exterior damage
  20. Visually inspect refrigerant lines for possible leaks or damage

We are here to make sure you and your family are living comfortably at home! Visit our Service Plans page and  Contact Us today to meet your personal Taylormade Technician!

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