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The Importance of HVAC Maintenance in Maryland

August 30, 2019

As one of the most trusted heating and AC contractors in Maryland, MaxAir of Glen Burnie is the go-to when it comes to all things HVAC and HVAC maintenance.

When it comes to HVAC systems, whether it be commercial or residential, all homeowners and property managers should know the importance of keeping their heating and cooling units well maintained--especially during the off seasons when a simple HVAC problem, can turn into an HVAC disaster.

A residential HVAC disaster might have a different impact than a commercial HVAC disaster--but they can both leave tremendous damage, stemming from simple problems with your HVAC system.

HVAC disasters are no joke, and as any professional heating and AC contractor in Maryland should know; heating and cooling equipment, no matter what brand you use for your home or office space, should be inspected, cleaned, and serviced on a yearly basis. We know all about what it takes to make sure your HVAC system is running as safe and efficient as possible. That’s why the professionals here at MaxAir want you to know the importance of checking the following:

  • Refrigerant pressures
  • Heat exchanger – primary/secondary
  • Safety control operations
  • Vent piping chimney for proper draft Relays, contacts, thermostats, and capacitors
  • Motors, wheels, pulleys, and props
  • Clean evaporator and condenser coils
  • Clean and treat drain, pipes, and pans
  • Furnace temperature rise
  • AC temperature
  • Clean blower assembly
  • All exposed electrical connections
  • Tighten any loose bolts or screws/lubricate moving parts
  • Defrost cycles
  • Aux backup heat operations
  • Gas furnaces
  • Air filter
  • Gas leaks In furnace Visually inspect for refrigerant leak
  • Clean flame sensor
  • Clean burners and pilots
  • Carbon monoxide levels
  • Proper voltage/amperage Igniters
  • Ductwork at furnace for excessive leakage
  • Visual observation of system for safe proper ops

We know that it might sound ridiculous to think about your air conditioning in the winter, and your heating in the summer, but before you know it, those cold days will start to creep in and the worrying about your heating system begins. We wouldn't be one of the best HVAC companies in Maryland if we didn't know how to reach out to the communities we serve. At MaxAir, HVAC care is what we do. And when it comes to our communities, we want to ensure they have a properly-working heating and cooling system all year round. For more information, click here.

Carbon monoxide, also known as CO2, is a colorless, odorless gas found in fumes produced by fuel (such as gas, oil, or coal) burned by vehicles, grills, fireplaces, gas ranges and stoves, or furnaces. Typically, CO2 gas leaks can be caused by poorly fitted gas hosing, and insufficiently maintained or faulty appliances.