Air conditioning (often referred to as AC, A/C, or air con) is the process of removing heat and moisture from the interior of an occupied space to improve the comfort of occupants. Air conditioning can be used in both domestic and commercial environments. … Some AC systems reject or store heat in subterranean pipes.

9 Point Inspection of Air Conditioner

  1. General Condition (Is it Level)
  2. 65% (Can’t Check if < 65%}
  3. Sound (Listen to it Run)
  4. 3” Above (Needs to be 3” Above Grade)
  5. 12”\24” Clearance (12” Around, 24” Between if 2)
  6. Disconnect (Present)(Not needed if next to Breaker Panel)
  7. Outside Connections (Refrigerant, Cold & Hot Lines)
  8. Fins (Check for Damage)
  9. Data Tag (Take Picture)

A furnace is an appliance that heats houses and buildings by burning fuel or circulating hot water. … Furnaces also have industrial uses, like burning trash or extracting ore from metal. If someone says, “It’s as hot as a furnace in this classroom!” they mean that it’s extremely hot.

10 Point Inspection of Furnace

  1. General (Is it Level)
  2. Sound\Test Unit (Listen to It)
  3. Gas\Electrical Lines (Gas Leaks, Electrical Connections)
  4. Shut-Off Valve (Present)
  5. Disconnect (Present)
  6. Condenser Line (Check)
  7. Flues (Check)
  8. 30”x30” (Need 30”x30” Access)
  9. CO2 (Check)
  10. Air Filter/Data Tag

Standard Air Conditioner

Air Conditioner Disconnect

Air Conditioner Refrigerant, Cold & Hot Lines

Air Conditioner Fins

Standard Furnace w/Hot Water Heater

Furnace Gas & Electrical Connections

Furnace Shut-Off Valve

Furnace Disconnect

Furnace Condenser Line

Furnace Flues

Furnace Air Filter

Furnace Heat Exchanger

Furnace Heat Burners

Problem: Flame Sensor/Cracked Heat Exchanger/Or Something Else