Heating Inspections

Our expert HVAC technicians will thoroughly inspect your furnace, heat pump, boiler, or ductless mini split to identify any issues that are hindering the performance of your heating system.

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You rely on your heater to keep your home warm during the coldest days of the year. Inspections help keep your system operating at maximum efficiency, which reduces energy use, decreases your energy bills, and extends your system’s lifespan.

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Furnace Inspections, Heat Pump Inspections & More

Mokena • Naperville • Aurora • Bolingbrook • Tinley Park • Joliet

TemperaturePro provides friendly, reliable, and affordable heating inspections to the suburbs south and west of Chicago, Illinois. We’re open 24 hours a day, 7 days per week, so our HVAC technicians are ready to respond, even in an emergency.

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We'll Help You Stay Warm

Our goal is to make sure you’re comfortable in your home or business. A yearly inspection of your furnace, heat pump, boiler, or ductless mini split system will prevent damage to vital components of those systems. This can save you hundreds of dollars or more in the long run by avoiding costly repairs, part replacements, or complete system replacements.

  • Enhanced system performance
  • Increased energy efficiency
  • Lower utility bills
  • Reduced need for repair visits
  • Better air quality indoors
  • Increased system lifespan
  • Generally better comfort indoors

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How Often to Schedule a Routine Heating System Inspection

If you think there may be something wrong with your heating system, don’t wait to schedule an inspection.

Even if you think your system is working just fine, experts recommend that your heating and air conditioning systems, no matter the make or model, should be inspected at least once per year. These routine visits from one of our HVAC professionals ensure the highest operating efficiencies for your system, lower utility bills, and reduced risk of serious, costly repairs or replacement parts.

Typically, you’ll want to service your heating system in early fall before the temperatures start to drop. However, an inspection in the middle of the fall or winter will only help enhance the performance of your heating system.

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What to Expect from a Furnace Inspection

What's Involved in a Furnace Inspection?

TemperaturePro HVAC technicians have extensive experience servicing gas, oil, electric, and propane furnaces.

A furnace maintenance visit from an HVAC professional will reduce risk of fire hazard, increase energy efficiency, prevent the need for expensive repairs or part replacements, and help lower your energy bills.

Here’s what a typical furnace inspection will include:

  • Check the vent system for leaks and blockages
  • Check the heat exchanger for corrosion, cracks, or separations
  • Examine the blower and clean the blower’s components to ensure it’s free of dirt and debris
  • Make sure there is a tight seal on the blower access door
  • Check the air intake grills for blockages
  • Amp-draw test on blower motor
  • Test the flame sensor and burner ignition
  • Lubricate motor’s moving parts to reduce friction, which increases efficiency and lowers your utility bills
  • Tighten electrical connections and examine wiring for rust or corrosion
  • Calibrate the thermostat
  • Look for wear and tear on belts
  • Test system startup cycle for proper function
  • Replace dirty air filter to enhance air flow

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What's Included in a Heat Pump Inspection?

What to Expect from Heat Pump Inspections

Routine heat pump inspections are essential to the longevity, day-to-day function, and energy efficiency of the system.

When you schedule yearly inspections for your heat pump, you can rest easy that your heating system will keep your home or business warm all winter long.

Here’s what is involved in a heat pump inspection by TemperaturePro’s heating experts:

  • Clear debris from the area around the outdoor unit
  • Make sure that the thermostat is functioning properly
  • Check electrical connections, relays, contactors, and capacitors
  • Lubricate moving parts to limit friction and energy waste
  • Check the condensate drain and pan for blockages, cracks, and leaks
  • Test the system startup and shutdown processes for proper function
  • Swap out dirty air filter with a clean one
  • Clean the blower and motor
  • Examine the belts to make sure they are aligned correctly
  • Check temperature drop across coil
  • Remove dirt from condenser fan and coil
  • Amp-draw test to make sure compressor is using the right amount of power

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What's Involved in a Boiler Inspection?

What's Included in a Boiler Inspection

Yearly boiler inspections help ensure your heating system operates at maximum efficiency throughout the coldest months of the year.

They also aid in the reduction of energy waste, consequently lowering your monthly energy bills.

Here’s what to expect from a boiler inspection:

  • Visual inspection of the boiler and all associated components of your heating system
  • Clean dirty system parts
  • Examine the internal components
  • Check gas pressure and flow
  • Test for flue and combustion efficiency
  • Make sure electrical connections are tight
  • Check all seals are intact
  • Remove blockages from pipes
  • Make sure all vents are clear and free of blockages
  • Check water level in the boiler
  • Examine system for leaks

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What to Expect from a Ductless Mini Split Inspection

What's Involved in a Ductless Mini Split Inspection?

Routine ductless mini split inspections will help maintain optimal indoor comfort during the winter, while increasing energy efficiency, increasing the system lifespan, and reducing monthly energy bills.

Our expert HVAC technicians include the following steps during routine mini split inspections:

  • Make sure there are no air flow restrictions
  • Deep clean coils to remove dirt, debris, and other contaminants
  • Inspect the refrigerant lines, coils, and flare connections for leaks
  • Check drainage pipes for blockages
  • Make sure wiring and electrical connections are snug
  • Check compressors, valves, and sensors for proper functionality
  • Replace dirty air filter to enhance air flow

We Inspect All Makes and Models

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More Heating Services

Check out the rest of TemperaturePro’s professional heating services. You can count on our HVAC technicians to provide fast, honest service, no matter your needs.

Our Commercial HVAC Services

We offer our heating services to both residential and commercial customers. If you’re experiencing heating issues at your school, university, office, store, medical building, or elsewhere, our HVAC technicians can help.

Our expert HVAC technicians are available for 24/7 service.

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