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Why Choose The Home Depot’s HVAC Maintenance Service?
HVAC maintenance is crucial for the health and functionality of your HVAC systems. Schedule an appointment with an HVAC technician and get full maintenance services for systems of any brand or model by a certified professional.
✔ Protect Your Investment
Schedule HVAC maintenance to ensure your system continues to run smoothly. Most HVAC systems are expected to last up to 20 years with regular service.
✔ Certified Installers
Our professionals can expertly identify problems and are background-checked and licensed, with experience to complete any maintenance project.
✔ We Work With All Brands and Models
The Home Depot’s HVAC maintenance service deals with all brands and models of HVAC systems, including air conditioner units and ductless heat pumps.
Our professionals know how to perform maintenance on any HVAC system
HVAC Maintenance Process
- Your Installer will arrive at your pre-set appointment time and ask questions about your HVAC system
- They will then perform a diagnostic of the system to check that everything is working as normal
- The Installer will discuss their findings with you, and the cost of the job
- Then, they will draft a work order and get your consent
- Your Installer will perform maintenance, test the HVAC unit, and reassure you of the maintenance work being done
- They will then put the equipment back to its original state
When it comes to HVAC unit maintenance, every point counts.
1. Check thermostat (function, settings, location)
2. Check lubricate/furnace fan motor (as applicable)
3. Check blower motor amps (as applicable)
4. Check filter system (clean/replace if needed)
5. Check contactor (clean as required)
6. Inspect condenser fan motor and blades
7. Check condenser coil (clean as required)
8. Check compressor
9. Check refrigerant line temperature
10. Check evaporator temperature drop
11. Check humidifier damper position
12. Check condensate pump/lines (clean as required)
13. Inspect electrical connections (tighten, clean
14. Check capacitors (for leakage function)
15. Check electrical loads/current draw
16. Clear debris from condenser
17. Inspect service valve
18. Clean blower (removal of blower not included)
19. Inspect evaporator coil (clean as required
20. Locate/identify system switch and/or breaker
21. Check and advise on performance and air distribution
Have You Checked?
There are several maintenance tasks that you can do on your own between HVAC maintenance visits. These simple tasks can help keep your equipment in shape before your next appointment.
- Check your filters every month
- Remove any debris from outdoor units
- Hose down the outdoor units if dirt begins to accumulate
- Make sure units are level
- Clean evaporator coils and drainage
- Test your heating and cooling
Why Choose The Home Depot
Enjoy peace of mind with our HVAC maintenance service and certified licensed technicians, every time
Our team consists of licensed Home Depot Installers who have passed background checks, so you can be confident in their reputation and the quality of their work.
We provide flexible financing options that will help you better manage your budget for your home improvement projects with The Home Depot Consumer Card and The Home Depot Project Loan.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Your HVAC contractor will perform a comprehensive inspection of your systems for any signs of leaks, problems with connections and wiring, problems with valves or caps, filters, coil cleaning, and more
- Scheduling annual or bi-annual service appointments is the best way to protect your HVAC systems
- Some technicians recommend getting HVAC service done twice a year – once in the spring and once in the fall
- Booking regular maintenance appointments means ensuring your systems are running smoothly, and getting problems identified quickly to prevent them from getting worse
- HVAC maintenance helps to detect any current problems and do a tune-up, increase the safety of your HVAC systems, and increase the longevity of your equipment
- For air conditioners, you can examine your thermostat by making sure your system is set to “heat” or “cool” and that the set temperature is high or low enough to trigger the system
- You can check outside units and test the temperature and efficiency by placing a thermometer on the supply register and taking a reading at the return vent
- For other systems, you can take readings using a multimeter
- Some HVAC contractors charge an hourly fee, while others charge a flat fee for their services
- A Home Depot licensed HVAC Installer will provide any professional recommendations and an estimate for your maintenance appointment before any work is done
- In addition to your diagnostics and assessment, the time to perform HVAC maintenance depends on the number of systems you have, the size of your home, and how long it has been since your last maintenance appointment
- Your HVAC technician can provide a more accurate time after your consultation
- Preventative maintenance helps to keep your HVAC systems running effectively with no breakdowns or other issues.
- Maintenance helps tackle immediate problems while also preventing any problems in the future to help the long-term health of your HVAC unit
- Ensure a clutter-free environment so the technician can access the equipment
- Make sure any outdoor units are accessible and there are no locks on the gates to the backyard
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