23-Point Winter HVAC Inspection

Fall is the time to start getting your HVAC system ready for winter. The certified professionals at Howell Services regularly perform Winter and Spring 23-Point HVAC Inspections to ensure their systems run safely and at peak efficiency. We not only check to see if everything is working correctly, but we also inspect your system for safety, efficiency, and performance. Everything included is listed in our 23-Point Winter HVAC Inspection Checklist below.

Why You Need a Winter HVAC Inspection

HVAC worker checking refrigerant

Your HVAC system should be inspected bi-annually, and the winter HVAC inspection is a big one. Keeping your system operating effectively and efficiently helps to:

Keep Utility Bills Under Control

HVAC Systems that work efficiently use less energy, lowering utility and energy bills.

Prevent System Breakdowns & Costly Repairs

Regular air conditioning maintenance and inspections help you avoid costly AC system repairs. During the Winter HVAC Inspection, our professionals often locate minor issues and address them early on, saving you money on expensive repairs for major problems.

Improve Air Quality

As a part of our 23-Point Winter HVAC Inspection, our team cleans coils and filters to remove the dirt, dust, bacteria, and mold that can build up. Regular maintenance and cleaning keep allergens and dirt out of the air in your home.

Enhance Performance & Efficiency

When your parts and systems are operating effectively, and efficiently your family stays warm all winter. Our expert technicians inspect parts and replace parts during your Winter HVAC Inspection to ensure your system performs optimally.

Ensure Safety

When you regularly maintain your HVAC system, risks for electrical fires and carbon monoxide poisoning are lowered. During your Winter HVAC Inspection, our technician evaluates the vents and flues for venting any unhealthy air out of your home.

Extend the Life of Your HVAC System

Regular maintenance and inspections help to extend the life of your unit. While inspecting your system, our technician can discuss any needed repairs and get your authorization to complete the repairs.

Winter Heating System Inspection

Inspecting and servicing your heating system can help to identify carbon monoxide leaks. As part of our Winter HVAC Inspection, we examine and evaluate your heating system to ensure your thermostat is operating correctly, that all moving parts are lubricated, that your condensate drain is free from blockages, and that your condensate drain is free from block electrical connections are in good condition. We also inspect and clean your condensation pump, clean the coils, and replace air filters.

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The 23-Point Winter HVAC Inspection

The Howell Services 23-Point HVAC Inspection will cover inspection of these points:

  • Heat exchanger inspection
  • Burner Assembly Cleaning and Adjusting
  • Ignition Assembly Cleaning
  • Heat Exchanger Examination
  • Flue Draft Monitoring
  • Refrigerant Pressure Monitoring
  • Starting Capabilities Testing
  • Safety Controls Testing
  • Standard Air Filter Checking and Cleaning
  • Blower Components Cleaning and Adjusting
  • Measuring for Correct Airflow
  • Electrical Connection Tightening
  • Volts/Amps Measurements
  • Moving Parts Lubrication
  • Thermostat Calibration & Adjustment
  • Evaporator Coil Cleaning, if accessible
  • Condenser Coil Cleaning
  • Condensate Drains Cleaning
  • Temperature Difference Measurement
  • Application of Protective Coating to Unit
  • Gas Pressure Adjustment
  • Pilot Adjustment
  • Air Conditioning and Heating Cycle Monitoring

Frequently Asked Questions

What should I expect during the Winter HVAC Inspection?

A comprehensive Winter HVAC Inspection should take about an hour to complete. Your HVAC technician will check that your system is running optimally and discuss any concerns with you. If repairs are needed, we can then schedule them at your convenience.

Can’t I perform a Winter HVAC inspection myself?

It’s always best to call in a professional to inspect and service your HVAC system. Licensed technicians complete training to correctly service and repair HVAC systems. They also have the experience and tools to check your system quickly and effectively. Proper maintenance is essential to adhere to your HVAC system warranty, so give Howell Services a call to take care of this vital inspection for you.

Is a Winter HVAC inspection worth it?

When you consider that a new HVAC system costs thousands, the cost of a Winter HVAC Inspection pales in comparison. The inspection helps you to prevent problems before they happen. You will also save money on utility bills with bi-annual HVAC inspections.

What areas do you service?

Howell Services proudly offers HVAC Winter Inspections to our neighbors in Sugar Land, Richmond, Rosenberg, Katy, Stafford, Missouri City, Needville, The Woodlands, Conroe, Magnolia, and the surrounding communities.

When Should Bi-Annual Inspections be Performed?

Your 23-Point HVAC Inspections should be completed six months apart, in the fall and spring, to prepare for summer and winter.

Protect Your Investment and Keep Your Family Safe all Winter!

Bi-Annual inspections keep repairs at a minimum, efficiency at a maximum, and extend the life of your HVAC unit. Schedule your 23-Point Winter HVAC Inspection today. Call us at 281.232.5292; you’ll get an exact appointment window when you do. A uniformed technician will arrive on time to complete your inspection!

Service Location Areas

  • Sugar Land
  • Richmond
  • Rosenberg
  • Katy
  • Fulshear
  • Stafford
  • Missouri City
  • Needville
  • The Woodlands
  • Dobbin
  • Conroe
  • Montgomery
  • New Caney
  • Willis
  • Magnolia

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