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What is Included In Spring HVAC Maintenance?

As spring approaches, you will be gearing up to turn your air conditioning system on. After months of not sitting, it is a good idea to have the HVAC checked to ensure proper functionality. Not having an inspection done can lead to many issues with your system. This includes your system not working all the sudden. There are many different things that happen during spring maintenance. They will all help to ensure that your unit does not suffer a premature breakdown. You may be wondering what to expect when you have spring maintenance.

Damage Inspection

The first part of your spring maintenance will include an inspection for damage. The outdoor unit can become damaged by debris. The HVAC professional that does your maintenance will inspect the unit for damage. They may recommend removing vegetation around your unit, or even to lift your unit if it is in a flood-prone area.

Ductwork Inspection

A ductwork inspection is also included during an HVAC maintenance appointment. A technician will look to make sure that there is nothing affecting your indoor air quality. For example, if there is a hole in your ductwork, it is allowing dirt, debris, pests, and allergens into your home. It also causes your unit to work harder than it should. They will recommend how to fix this problem to you if they find it.


After an inspection, the HVAC technician will then clean the outdoor unit. They will clean the coils and fins of the air conditioner. Proper cleaning will help to ensure that your unit works well. Another thing that your HVAC professional will do is ensure that the unit doesn't need a charge. If it needs more refrigerant, they will add it during this time. Some companies will also include cleaning the indoor unit. If you have not had your ductwork cleaned in a while, you may want to see if you can have this service included as well.


If there are any repairs that the HVAC system needs, they will do them during your appointment. This will include repairs done to the indoor and outdoor units. The technician may also recommend that a homeowner get a new unit if the unit is old, or has too many problems. A unit that needs constant repairs is not efficient and is costing the homeowner money.

Functionality Test

After everything is complete, your HVAC professional will test the unit for functionality. The technician will make sure that every part of the unit is working. They will check the air filter and include the thermostat too. If they find an issue, they will take care of it during this step.

Call Us Today

At Romano Bros HVAC, we are here to help ensure that your HVAC unit runs during the spring and summer months. If you have not had a spring inspection and maintenance completed, please contact us today. Our friendly team of HVAC professionals is standing by.