When we buy a new heating and air conditioner and are happy with its installation and working, we rarely think about the documentation that came along with the equipment. Just as the user manual and instructions are important, so are the other documents that come along with the hvac heating air conditioning system.
As time passes, you will need to make a checklist of the activities required for the maintenance of your air conditioner . You need to take stock of the inventory and you will get the initial source of data from the Original Equipment Manufacturer’s (OEM) documentation that comes along with the unit. The OEM contains the manufacturer’s unique diagrams, sequences of operation and maintenance steps that you should follow. Though the OEM may not show the actual components of the installed system, as there may have been changes made during the creation and installation, it provides a good sense of direction for optimum HVAC maintenance.
You could also employ the services of a professional heating & air conditioning contractor for periodic maintenance. Those in and around San Jose can call 72 Degrees Cooper Brothers. This Santa Clara-based company employs heating & air contractors, who believe in expert customer service the first time and every time. Certified experts maintain, repair, replace and service all types of heating and air systems. For details, call (408) 649-2008 or visit https://www.72degreescb.com