20 Point Safety Check-Up

Heating Maintenance Check List

  • Inspection of heat exchanger for dangerous cracks.
  • Inspect electrical wiring and tighten if needed.
  • Measure blower motor amperage and lubricate if needed.
  • Inspect flue pipe for proper venting of cabon monoxide.
  • Check for dangerous gas or propane leaks.
  • Inspect combustion air vents and clean if needed
  • Measure temperature input and output inside of ducting and adjust if needed.
  • Inspect filter for proper protection and clean if needed.
  • Inspect around furnace for proper clearances to combustible material.
  • Test capacitors for proper power output.
  • Measure gas pressure and adjust if needed.
  • Evaluate ducting for energy loss.
  • Evaluate safety switches and operation.
  • Check thermostat operation and change batteries or calibrate if needed.
  • Inspect blower wheel and check for blockages.
  • Inspect fan belt and tighten if needed.
  • Inspect ignition components for proper operation. (clean if accessible)
  • Measure power output of transformer.
  • Inspect furnace for dangerous carbon monoxide leaks.
  • Inspect combustion motor for proper operation.

Air Conditioning Maintenance Check List

  • Inspect contactor for debris, pitting and clean as needed.
  • Evaluate operating refrigerant pressures.
  • Measure motor amperage and lubricate as needed.
  • Inspect fan blade for damage and balancing.
  • Test capacitors for proper power output.
  • Measure compressor amperage monitor running operation.
  • Inspect electrical connections inside of unit and tighten if needed.
  • Inspect condenser coil for any blockages or damage.
  • Inspect service valves for any leaks.
  • Measure temperature input and output inside of home.
  • Inspect main power connections for proper sizing and tighten if needed.
  • Evaluate safety switches and operation.
  • Evaluate condensate drain for proper drainage.
  • Inspect evaporator coil for any blockages.
  • Inspect filter for proper protection and clean if needed.
  • Inspect sizing of of fuses and breaker for unit protection.
  • Measure indoor blower amperage and check for blockages.
  • Evaluate ducting for energy loss.
  • Check thermostat operation and change batteries or calibrate if needed.
  • Inspect indoor blower wheel and check for blockages
2018/01/17