Heating, Ventilation, & Air Conditioning

Whether you live in New Mexico or Texas, you are probably well acquainted with the need for dependable air conditioning for most of the year. Though some buildings such as adobe-style homes stay relatively cool during hot-weather days, most properties will benefit from a temperature-controlled space in the summer.

And when cooler winter temperatures or a surprise cold snap hits, you’ll want to know you have a reliable source for heating, too. Whether the property relies on fuel from propane, natural gas, or electricity, you can enjoy peace of mind knowing that the system is functioning properly.

A standard home or commercial inspection will confirm the operation of both of these systems. In the case of a commercial inspection with a gas-fueled heating system, it will also ensure that proper ventilation and safety measures are in place as well.

HVAC Inspection Process

As our inspectors follow InterNACHI®’s Home Inspection Standards of Practice, we will always inspect both the heating system and cooling system to verify they are operating well or to report any irregularities, potential issues, or lack of function.

For the heating system, your inspector will:

  • Inspect the heating system and/or multiple gas meter installations

  • Verify the location of the heating system’s thermostat

  • Describe the energy source

  • Describe the heating method

  • Report if the heating system did not operate

  • Report if the heating system was not accessible

  • If applicable, verify that any exposed gas piping is placed and marked correctly

  • If applicable, verify the presence of proper exhaust systems and air-intake openings

Similarly, for the cooling system, your inspector will:

  • Inspect the cooling system and/or multiple air-conditioning compressor installations

  • Verify the location of the cooling system’s thermostat

  • Describe the cooling method

  • Report if the cooling system did not operate

  • Report if the cooling system was not accessible

  • Report on any connectors that may be exposed to potential damage

Our Warranties

We not only provide extremely thorough and professional inspections, but also provide peace of mind. We offer extended warranties for each of our successfully completed residential and specialty inspections!