Residential Maintenance

Heating & Air Maintenance discounts available! See our Maintenance Plan below

How do you know when it is time for a simple repair or an overall replacement for your home heating and air conditioning system? To your benefit, one of the most important factors you want to consider is the energy efficiency of the unit in your home. The more power it uses, the more money you are spending in the long run. At Hal Watson Air Conditioning Company we are highly trained professionals who can help you assess the current systems in your home for either maintenance and repairs or replacement.

It is our job to help you have the most efficient system in your home, one that will keep your family happy and comfortable throughout the year. Maintenance of this equipment is important not only for your power bills, but also for your health.

For more information on air conditioner and heating maintenance, please contact our office! You can reach us by calling 281-367-2655.

Our E.S. A. (Energy Savings Agreement)

Almost all manufacturers require that the system has been maintained to honor warranties.

Many people never realize that their cooling and heating system operates on an average of 3,000 hours per year. A car driven for 3,000 hours at 65 MPH would travel 195,000 miles. No one would consider such a journey without arranging for oil changes, lubrication and routine tune-ups along the way to assure efficiency, safety and reliability of the vehicle. Your cooling and heating system services you many more hours than your car, and needs routine tune-ups to operate efficiently, safely, and reliably.

Air Conditioning checklist:

  1. Verify Thermostat Calibration
  2. Check temperature drop across evaporator coil
  3. Clean condenser coil with water
  4. Check start and run capacitors
  5. Visually inspect system for minor refrigerant leaks where accessible
  6. Check time delay relay
  7. Check contactor
  8. Check and tighten all electrical connections
  9. Check volt and amp draw on motors
  10. Check air flow
  11. Inspect return air and duct system for air leaks
  12. Inspect and adjust fan belts
  13. Verify Refrigerant level to insure unit is fully charged
  14. Check and clean condensate drain
  15. Lubricate moving parts when applicable
  16. Check compressor terminals and amperage
  17. Check disconnect box and fuses
  18. Check evaporator coil (when accessible)
  19. Test cycle air conditioner for proper operation
  20. Inspect ductwork for dust build up

Heating checklist:

  1. Check for causes of possible carbon monoxide leaks.
  2. Inspect heat exchanger for cracks in gas furnace;
  3. Inspect heating elements in electric furnaces;
  4. Examine all ductwork;
  5. Inspect evaporator coil;
  6. Inspect blower motor and coil
  7. Examine drain pan and lines for blockages.
  8. Inspect filters;
  9. Inspect and calibrate thermostat;
  10. Inspect ignition control
  11. Inspect combustion gas exhaust system
  12. Inspect all electrical connections in furnace
  13. Inspect and adjust pilot light if applicable
  14. Check for proper air flow
  15. Check BTUH output of furnace against manufacturers specs



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