Trane AC Unit

Air Conditioning Systems

  • Thermostat
    An Xtreme Air Services technician will ensure a proper working thermostat. Consequently, without your thermostat being checked yearly you may experience electrical damage which in turn could result in unit failure.
  • System Efficiency / Split Temp
    Trained professionals will check this in order to assure that you have maximum comfort in your home. Temperature differentials can determine your air conditioners health essentially.
  • Freon Level
    Inadequate Freon levels your unit will not maintain comfort in your home. In conclusion, this will cause higher electric bills, and can cut life expectancy of your unit down.
  • Air Filter (replace)
    In your home if filters are not changed frequently then dirty filters can cause more allergies. As a result, evaporator coils may build up dust and debris, shortening the life expectancy.
  • Disconnect
    Employees from Xtreme Air Services will make sure this is in place to make sure the right amount of power from your home to your AC unit.
  • Condensate Drain
    Condensate drain lines are an essential part of your AC that protects your unit from causing property damage to your home. So, if this is not checked regularly, you could have malfunctions.
  • Air Distribution
    Without proper air distribution certain rooms in your home may not get the right temperature you or your family desires. However, our technician can give you options for proper air distribution.
  • Plenums
    Ultimately, plenums function by pulling old air out and sending new air in through supply and return plenums. At the end of the day plenums have to be working properly to ensure that your AC is functioning to its fullest ability.
  • Evaporator Coil (cleaned if needed)
    Certified professionals must check evaporator coils due to the fact that this is a huge piece of your HVAC unit. When this is not working, consequently, your whole unit will not be cooling. Not only that, but if it is mismatched then the efficiency will suffer.
  • Run Capacitor
    Capacitors have a life span, as well as exceeding temperature designs, possible motor failure, or the voltage for the unit can affect a run capacitor. This is why a licensed technician should check run capacitors yearly.
  • Start Kit / Relay / Transformers
    Start kits, relays, and transformers are electrical components that must be checked yearly in order to ensure that your unit is running at maximum efficiency.
  • Condenser Coil
    Another major piece of equipment in the AC which cycles the refrigerant in order to dissipate heat from the compressor is the condenser coil. Licensed technicians need to maintain the unit or the AC will not run properly.
  • Operation of Condenser
    Compressors cycle the refrigerant through the system and if not maintained the unit will not cool/heat to comfort.
  • Safety Control
    Safety controls are used to turn off the unit when it starts to malfunction at unsafe operation. Controls need to be intact and inspected to keep your home as safe as possible.
  • Fuses
    Fuses are another safety feature that keeps major electrical components safe from electrical surges.
  • Operation of Condenser Motor
    Condenser motors will dissipate heat from the condensing unit helping the unit to not overheat.
  • Operation of Blower Motor
    Functionality of a blower motor moves air across the coil and through your house allowing the air to provide comfort in your home.
  • Insulation
    Unfortunately, without proper insulation your home may not be able to cool the house as you would like or heat the house as you would like. Also, this has a major part to do with energy efficiency and saving you money on your electric bills.
  • Contractor
    Contactors are a communication control between the thermostat and the unit and annually needs to be checked in order for your unit to run properly.

Heating Systems

  • Thermostat, level and calibrate
  • Furnace filter, clean or replace
  • Check all wire connections
  • Ground on furnace
  • Igniter
  • Burner box for rust, corrosion or soot
  • Carbon Monoxide
  • Ignition and combustion of burners
  • Flame Sensor
  • Operation of inducer motor assembly
  • Limit and safety switches
  • Blower motor and assembly
  • Amperage of blower motor
  • Condition of condensate line trap
  • Venting Systems
  • Burner alignment
  • Temperature rise (low.high fire)
  • Accessories (air cleaners, humidifiers)
  • Duct System
  • Check breaker size for electrical heat
  • Check freon super heat and sub cool
  • Wash heat pump coil
  • Check defrost board and electrical