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Home Inspection in Cincinnati

Congratulations, you’ve found the perfect home! Or so you might think. When the temperature soars into the 90s in the middle of August, will your air conditioner keep you perfectly cool and comfortable?

It’s important to have your home inspected by a licensed and certified professional with experience performing visual and operational inspections of home cooling systems. At A-Pro Home Inspection, our inspectors perform a thorough assessment, including running the unit (when possible) to see if the system is operating effectively. The visual inspection includes examining components after the removal of readily openable access panels.

Cooling System Inspection in Cincinnati

In addition to reporting on the age and vital stats of the cooling system, here are some of the common problems our home inspectors find as part of a complete foundation-to-roof inspection:

Cincinnati Cooling InspectionDirt and Debris Clogging Condenser Fins: A filthy condenser/compressor coil can severely hinder the cooling power of the unit; decrease efficiency and increase utility bills, and drastically cut short the life of the system. A dirty filter will also be noted by the home inspector, in addition to debris such as grass clippings blocking airflow.

Cooling System Inspections in CincinnatiVisible Damage: Your home inspector will note exterior damage to the condenser, such as rust, leakage, and bent fins that force the unit to work harder, reducing efficiency.

Cooling Inspection CincinnatiImproper Clearance and Obstructions: Your inspector will report on whether the outside air-cooled A/C condenser/compressor is far enough away from the house, deck, or porch to allow for sufficient airflow. Two feet of clearance is generally required. Further, shrubbery too close to the unit can prevent it from working at a maximum level.

Cincinnati Cooling InspectionMissing or Damaged Parts: These include the unit’s exterior disconnect switch and suction line.

Cincinnati Home InspectorsLevelness and Other Issues: The home inspector will indicate if the condenser/compressor is on a tilt, is loosely mounted, starts with difficulty, is unusually noisy, emits an odor (a sign of motor damage or overheating), and is covered in frost or ice.

Home Inspector near meCooling System Tip: When the weather turns cold, invest in a proper cover for your exterior unit to protect it from the elements.

Cooling System Inspection CincinnatiA cooling system inspection is just one part of an A-Pro 500-point home inspection. To hire a certified local A-Pro home inspector, call 1-513-657-1367 or visit the link below.

Cincinnati Cooling System Inspection

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